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    Need direction

    Ok so I'm 9 days away from completing 60 days of cardio. So I'm looking for my next program, I have had a look at core strength and that might be the one but not sure will no doubt have a go at it anyway.

    My biggest issue is time.

    While I'm off shift it's not a issue but while I'm on shift my days and nights are minimum 12hrs up to 15-16hrs so time for completing the daily section of the program is limited.

    I have in the past just done challenges for the month and then some daily dares. to fill the gaps between programs.

    I just haven't been able to work out how long each day on the program will take to complete so I can workout if I can attempt it with my work schedule.

    I'm sure there is a simple thing I'm missing here but any advice is always greatly appreciated.

    #2
    I usually choose first a program that more or less is fine for the time I have available and the training I want to do and then from day to day I adjust it for the time available, maybe one day I do it at lv I and another at lv III, I can make more or less sets.
    I like to follow a program because it is a well structured workout but then I adapt it to my needs

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      #3
      crazy06 The Core Strength program looks like it takes about 15 - 20 mins including rest time on level one to complete daily. 1-2 mins per set, 2 mins rest, x3sets. And the time probably increases gradually as the program processes. But it's a good estimate to put it at under 30 mins for a quick and clean daily routine. If time permits, I'd add Workout of the Day and Dailydare to the mix. Sometimes it's better to keep things simple for consistency.

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        #4
        My recommendation for a program which is timeboxed and can be done in a short amount of time is Full Circuit

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          #5
          Thanks very much for all the tips.

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