Don’t Be A Workout Snob

As runners we love nothing more than to get out the door and put thirty minutes, an hour or even more into a run. But what happens on the days when we are stuck with barely 15 minutes? Are you a fitness snob or will you still use this time to get your sweat on? In today’s video I share how you can use these fifteen minutes and get in a workout that is worth the effort.


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About Ann Brennan

Ann Brennan is first and foremost a mom of three beautiful children. She is the managing editor of Beyond Limits Magazine and the creator of Ann’s Running Commentary. In 2012, Ann took Ann’s Running Commentary to new levels – first with a segment on the RunRunLive Podcast, chronicling her journey to her first Ironman and second, with a new channel on YouTube. Currently Ann is working on a non-fiction book series and working hard every day to remind people to get up, get active and get out there.
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2 Responses to Don’t Be A Workout Snob

  1. Chelle says:

    Great advice! I was guilty of thinking any activity under a certain amount of time is a waste, but I have learned to do just as you said to try to get the biggest “bang for my buck” during short workouts.

  2. Vikki says:

    Inspired now – going to fit in 15 minutes of alternate indoor rowing / cycling alternated with arms / abs and leg work! Thank you!

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