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4 Easy Workouts To Get You In Shape FAST

Updated: Dec 5, 2019

by Dr. Jen Caudle

You feel motivated. You feel inspired. You're ready to get in shape. But, where do you begin?


Many people ask this very question. Don't worry, you don't need to run to the gym every day and exercise until your face turns blue. Rather, I recommend going "SLOW." Yup, you heard that right. Instead of being a "fitness warrior," start small and gradually increase your workout over time- regardless of whether it's running, lifting weights or aerobic exercises.  Not only will this minimize your chance for injury but it will also help keep you stay motivated as you get back into shape!


I recently partnered up with Dr. Jed Ballard, ER physician, Men's Health Magazine "Ultimate Guy" 2016, former Army Ranger, fitness consultant to The Doctors TV Show (+ more) to give you an AMAZING workout with just 4 simple exercises that will get you in shape FAST. You will be amazed at how easy this is. Simply follow Jed's suggestions and be prepared to watch your fitness improve!

Subscribe to his YouTube Channel here for more fitness tips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnexBKZA2M85h-CpyvB-qxg


Remember, go slow and be consistent and you can reach your fitness goals!


Best,

Dr. Jen


Dr. Jen Caudle is a Family Physician, Associate Professor at Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine. She appears on TODAY, NBC Nightly News, Dr. Oz Show, Fox News, HLN, the Rachael Ray Show + others. Sign up to receive her free health newsletter and follow her on social at www.drjencaudle.com and subscribe to her YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/drjencaudle.

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