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How heavy is Max: 30? It’s half an hour of pure intensity, and frankly, your chances of doing this the first time are … zero.
It’s really hard. Sean T spent months trying to find a way to do it – create “Maxing Out” … And it works!
Every time you do a MAX: 30 workout, you do it as quickly as possible and as much as possible. Then, when your lungs feel like sandpaper and your muscles pray for mercy, take a break, write down the time … and start again to finish the workout. First time, you can only do 3 minutes (and, believe me, even this will be an achievement!). This means that 3:00 is your MAX OUT time. Next time try to add to this time only 30 seconds. If you can make 30 seconds of progress every day for 60 days, at the end of 60 days, you will do it all in the MAX 30 without interruption. And when this happens, believe me, you will feel, you will look like a freakin ‘fitness god.