How to Train on a Time Budget!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

Lots of readers love to train, but
they're crunched for time.

So the question becomes, how do you
get a great workout in a limited
amount of time?

Here's how I do it.

1. Start with a warm-up. Ten minutes
of gentle stretching and some simple
mobility drills. Work all the joints,
and pay extra attention to areas
you'll be training or areas that are
extra tight.

If you have Indian clubs, use them as
part of your warmup.

2. Now do one or two primary exercises.
Squats, front squats, deadlifts, Trap
Bar deadlifts, presses, push presses,
pull-ups, bench presses, power cleans,
power snatches, power clean and press,
power clean and push press or your
choice of any of the heavy duty
dumbbell exercises featured in
my book, Dinosaur Dumbbell Training.

Sets and reps are up to you. I prefer
multiple sets of low reps or multiple
sets of singles. You might enjoy that
approach, or you might prefer higher
reps. Do what you prefer -- and what
works for YOU!

3. Finish up with gut, grip and neck
work. One or two sets of each.

That's it. You're done -- and your
workout probably took 30 to 45 minutes,
including warmups.

Train two or three times a week, and mix
things up. Do different primary exercises
in each workout. For example, squats on
Mon, presses on Wed and deadlifts on

No time to train?

I don't think so!

As always, thanks for reading and have a
great day. If you train today, make it a
good one!

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. For specific workouts, grab a copy of
Chalk and Sweat:

P.S. 2. My other books and courses are right
here -- take a look and see what you need to
complete your Dinosaur Library:

P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "You can't make
time, but you can use it wisely." -- Brooks