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Why 15ME?

The concerns that motivate clients to use 15ME

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Will I lose weight doing the high intensity strength training?

You will gain more lean muscle, which will increase your metabolism.  More muscle will allow you to lose fat faster and keep it off.
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Frustrated, depressed or worried about your aging body?

Don’t give up.  Our one on one instruction and private fitness studio will help you get the appearance and function that you want in a way that is attainable and sustainable.
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I’ve got a health challenge. Can I still do 15 Minute Exercise?

Yes, 15 Minute Exercise designs special programs for recovery from illness including cancer and heart disease as well as post-injury.
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I haven’t worked out in 10 years. Will I be able to do 15 minute fitness?

Yes, we start out where you are and help you build up. You will be surprised how quickly you begin to see and feel your body slimming down and getting stronger.

What clients say about their workouts

Discovering the 15 minute workout was a life saver for me! As a single, working Mom, I struggled to fit in exercise. Fitness is a priority for me, yet I never had enough time. Once I realized the 15 minute workout was so effective, I found getting back in shape wasn’t so far out of reach! The workout is really intense and gratifying, plus it doesn’t leave me too worn out or sore to continue with my hectic schedule.

For years I looked for the right exercise program for my patients and myself. I read studies and books. I interviewed many in the exercise field. Asked my Olympic and professional patients, I learned a lot of what didn’t work or what produced injuries. When I discovered Super Slow – High Intensity Training I was intrigued, but figured there was a hidden downside. After more than a year of sending patients and doing it myself I have yet to find the downside. We all see improvements in strength, flexibility and endurance. Patients who couldn’t lose weight lost weight. What at first seemed too simple to be true I now realize is the exercise our body is designed to do.

“At age 73, having been a type 2 diabetic for 28 years, in mid 2011  I began training with a Super Slow certified instructor near Tacoma, WA.  In the following 18 months by modifying my eating habits along with my new strength building regime I lost 73 lbs. (eight waist sizes), ‘more than’ doubled my strength and realized a new found mobility I had not enjoyed in years.  Within six months of my beginning, the obvious benefits I was seeing motivated eight of my extended family members to also make the 2+ hour round trip.”

I hate exercise. I don’t have an hour plus and travel time to go to the gym 2-3 times per week. When it is cold and dark, I want to stay home. But I know I need to exercise. so, what to do?

I was introduced to 15-Minute Exercise by a friend. I have been faithfully going for the past 6 months. Having a one-on-one trainer to make sure I am doing things correctly makes me feel safe. Unlike going to a mass production gym where you are just one of the crowd. Being encouraged and corrected as I work through each machine ensures I am giving my best.

People are noticing a difference. My posture started improving after just two sessions. Each week I can do a little more. My dress size has dropped and my pants are baggy. Slow and steady wins the race and I am going to get in shape with a commitment of 15 minutes per week!

Come and try this out. I can guarantee you won’t be disappointed.

Thank you Kirei!!!

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The Birth of a Blog

Hello & welcome to the blog of 15 Minute Exercise! I & the other team members are thrilled to start writing about what we love most – healthy & happy purposeful living. We wanted to start this blog so that we could collectively share our knowledge & research on what inputs create the healthiest, happiest […]