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Too busy to workout? No you’re not; House going on market next week; HIIT.

Saturday, April 14, 2007 by  
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I have been spending practically every spare moment I have these past few weeks preparing our home to go on the market. Even though I’ve been incredibly busy, I have not let any of these new activities interfere with my workouts or diet. It’s all about priorities. If you want something bad enough, you’ll find the time that you need to get it done. People who say they don’t have time to workout are really saying that working out is not important enough to them to make the time. Some of the busiest people on this planet make the time to workout, and you can, too.

This weekend I’m going to be spending most of my time giving the house a major cleaning. All the big projects are done, the garage is spotless and all the painting has been completed. It is time: we’re going to put our house up for sale next week! We are still waiting on final approval on our new home loan (it’s in underwriting now), and I hope we’ll have the good word early next week so that we can accept any attractive offers on our existing home that might come in. The suspense has been totally agonizing. We’ve come a very long way to have the rug pulled out from under us now, but that’s a real possibility. Everyone at the mortgage company keeps saying, “Don’t worry! The loan will go through!”, but until we have a firm approval in writing I’m not banking on anything.

Today is a double-cardio day: 30 minutes of LISS in the morning, and this afternoon I’ll be experiencing the most painful 12 minutes of my day with a grueling HIIT workout: 45 seconds low intensity followed by 30 seconds all out. Repeat for 12 minutes. I push myself to the limit while doing this workout, and it provides excellent fat loss results as well as improving my cardiovascular system. Next week the HIIT workouts will be ratcheted up and become even more difficult!

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