PersistentlyFit Workout
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PersistentlyFit Workout

Become persistently fit: Anytime and anywhere.
3.9 (4 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
824 students enrolled
Created by Lukas Forsberg
Last updated 11/2015
English
Current price: $10 Original price: $20 Discount: 50% off
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Includes:
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Workout anytime, anywhere
  • Perform basic core exercises
  • Build your own short workout session
  • Persist your workout for life
  • Become and stay fit under any condition
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Requirements
  • A floor
  • A shirt
Description

The PersistentlyFit workout

The PersistentlyFit Workout system will allow you to become fit by performing a few simple exercises regularly.

The best workout is the one you keep doing, regularly. This is the only way to see real results. The PersistentlyFit workout is designed so that you can never have any excuses. You can do it anywhere. No special equipment is required, and no prior experience is assumed. Doing it regularly is just a bit harder than brushing your teeth.

The program will also teach you a few mental tools to help you keep persisting with your workout, even at times when you don't really feel like doing it. The hard part with any workout is not overcoming earth's gravity, but overcoming your own mind.

Why take this course?

This program will teach you how to become and stay fit, under any condition. Being fit is one of the best ways to invest in yourself. It costs so little time and effort, and it has so many benefits:

  • Be healthier.
  • Be more productive.
  • Improve your sleep.
  • Improve your mood.
  • Improve your sex life.
  • Become more attractive.
  • Add discipline to your life.
  • Train your mind.


What results should I expect?

For 20 minutes a day, 3 days a week, you can become very fit. You will not become a body builder, but you will gain great core muscles. I do this workout 6 days a week, about 35-40 minutes a day. You can take a look at the videos to see the results it has given me.

Who is this program for?

If you can walk and sit, most likely you can do this workout. If you are the kind of person that doesn't have much time, or you spend much of your time flying around the world, this is definitely for you. You can also use this program as complementary workout for any other sport you are doing.

If you have any special conditions or other doubts, you should consult a doctor or a professional physician.

The course structure

  • Introduction
  • The three main techniques: Pushups, situps and back exercises.
  • Example workouts:
    • A basic workout you can do right now.
    • An advanced workout, combining all the techniques.
  • Some workout tips
  • Mental tools to persist with the workout.
Who is the target audience?
  • This course is meant for people who want to be fit
  • No prior experience is required
  • Not meant for people who want to become body builders
Curriculum For This Course
38 Lectures
02:23:47
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Intro
4 Lectures 27:46

Some information about me.

Preview 02:07

Some information about the PersistentlyFit workout.

Preview 08:31

How to know if the PersistentlyFit workout method will work for me?

Preview 02:43

  • What is fitness?
  • What are the advantages of being fit?
  • How can one become fit?
About being fit
14:25
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The Pushup
5 Lectures 15:40

The technique of the basic pushup

Basic Pushup
06:18

Developing the ability to do pushups, for people that have never done a pushup before.

Can't do one Pushup
02:24

A special version of a pushup for people with wrist injury.

Wrist injury Pushup
01:15

The Clap Pushup technique

Clap Pushup
03:29

The Diamond Pushup technique

Diamond Pushup
02:14
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The Situp
9 Lectures 28:23
Basic Situp
07:06

Diagonal Situp
03:07

Reaching heel Situp
03:02

Horizontal leg flex
03:13

Side Situp
03:01

Reach far Situp
02:03

Vertical leg flex
02:34

Continuous diagonals
02:14

Squeeze stomach Situp
02:03
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The Back exercise
1 Lecture 05:10

Explaining the "Half Superman" back exercise.

Back exercise technique
05:10
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Beginner's workout
1 Lecture 04:43

A beginner's workout that you can start doing right now.

  • 15 basic pushups.
    • Some arms and chest stretches.
  • 30 seconds of basic situps.
    • Abdominal muscles stretches.
  • 15 repetitions of the Half Superman back exercise.
    • Back stretch.
Beginner's workout
04:43
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Complete workout
3 Lectures 29:31
Pushups
10:34

Situps
14:21

The back exercise part of the complete workout session:

  • 150 repetitions of the Half Superman exercise.
Back exercise
04:36
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Workout Tips
4 Lectures 08:53
How hard should I train
02:31

Remember to chill out
02:01

Food
02:24

Sleep
01:57
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Mental Persistence
11 Lectures 23:41
Making the commitment
04:29

Anticipating the Difficulties
01:49

Do not depend on external stuff
02:04

Be able to differentiate the usual from the exceptional
02:48

Limit your sight of the future
01:53

Treat your commitment like an external constraint
01:29

Separate planning and execution
01:49

Do the hard things first
01:21

Use your past persistence
02:07

The SIMS view
02:30

Don't go to sleep until you are done
01:22
About the Instructor
Lukas Forsberg
3.9 Average rating
4 Reviews
824 Students
1 Course
Living Persistently

Hi, I am Lukas Forsberg, the founder of PersistenlyFit, teaching persistence and toughness. I have experience of over 23 years in Judo, and a few years of experience with Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

Doing pushups for the last 23 years, I have learned that mastering fitness is not a struggle of the body, but a state of the mind.