How to Build Long Lean Muscles in Just 10 Minutes per Day

Are you tired of long, boring cardio sessions?

Or struggling to find time for exercise in the midst of your busy schedule?

You’re not alone.

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Carving out hours of time for exercise (not to mention the post-workout shower & blow dry) can be a real road block to maintaining a consistent exercise routine.

If I told you that you could build long, lean muscles in just 10 minutes per day, would you believe me?

I realize it sounds too good to be true, but over the past five years, I have coached thousands of women through my online Pilates programs that focus on 10-minute workouts and I have seen amazing results.

Here’s the secret: Pilates teaches you to work smarter not harder.


Instead of spending hours at the gym with little focus and mediocre form, Pilates teaches you to work with intention and focus on your form, ensuring that you activate the proper muscles and get the most out of every movement.

“A few well-designed movements, properly performed in a balanced sequence are worth hours of doing sloppy calisthenics or forced contortion.” – Joseph Pilates

Doing just 10 minutes of Pilates per day helps you stay focused and engaged (when it’s only 10 minutes there’s no time to get bored or zone out!). Short daily workouts also help you stay consistent and consistency leads to results.


Additionally, spending a few minutes on your mat each day will leave you feeling more energized, connected to your body, and committed to making better choices throughout the day (i.e. you’ll be more likely to reach for that green juice instead of a soda when you hit the afternoon slump).

So if you find that you’re skipping workouts more often than not because you just don’t have the time or energy to get them done, I encourage you to give 10-minute workouts a try. You’ll not only see improved consistency, you’ll also see real results.

I’m leading a free 21-Day Pilates challenge that kicks off on March 6th and I’d love for you to join me! 21 days, 10 minutes per day, no experience or equipment necessary. I encourage you to give it a try and see what happens when you learn to work smarter, not harder. Sign-up here to join me:


Learn more about Pilates here: 6 Essential Principles of Pilates and why 10 minute workouts actually work.