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NEW YORK, NY, July 04, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- A new fitness training method, 15 Minutes Training (15MT), created by military training specialist Caleb Kafri, is designed for people who are very short on time. 15MT promotes the development of heart-lung endurance and provides the ability to achieve a higher level of fitness with short daily workouts which last only 5 to 15 minutes a day, 2 to 6 times per week. The new fitness method was developed over the past 15 years by Kafri, whose professional fitness experience includes military preparation, training during combat service and commander training, training for military contests, and training for the U.S. Ministry of Defense anti-terror warfare course.
Kafri's 15MT fitness training method has several benefits. It can be completed anywhere, is not dependent on weights or machines, a high level of fitness can be achieved, and the main body muscles are trained to provide body toning and sculpting as well as heart-lung endurance. This natural workout method increases muscle mass and, if desired, weights can be eventually integrated into the workout.
"I developed the new 15MT fitness training method to be super quick, easy, simple and not require a special location, gym or workout equipment," said 15MT Developer and Founder Caleb Kafri. "It's based on only a few principles and it's a fitness training solution for people who are very short on time. It's perfect for people who are busy with work, family obligations, or studying. My method also is suitable for people who lead a sedentary lifestyle or travel frequently and cannot commit to going to a gym or using special fitness machines. 15MT requires no special equipment, location or supplements to purchase. 15MT can be used anywhere by anyone - it's a short and safe way to achieve better physical fitness," concluded Kafri.
People who have used the 15 Minutes Training method have increased their physical fitness and endurance. Many users of the method have progressed to complete more than 50 pull-ups, 300 push-ups, 300 crunches, 150 parallels, a 3k run in 10:30 minutes and a 400 m sprint in just 55 seconds.
Visit http://www.15MT.co for more information or to get started using the 15 Minutes Training method.
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