We want you to experience the fat-burning, muscle-building, body-sculpting power of a real 600 Secs workout.
So check out this Total-Body Cardio workout from 600 Secs with Devin Wiggins – FREE of charge!
Whenever you’re ready, grab a towel and a water bottle, or invite a workout buddy to join you, and start streaming.
Here’s Your FREE 10-Minute Workout From 600 Secs
This one video shows how a 600 Secs workout can pack the benefits of a much-longer workout into a fraction of the time.
And here’s the good news – Total-Body Cardio is just the beginning.
The 600 Secs program features over 40 more results-focused workouts — for abs, booty, legs, arms, core, resistance, cardio, and recovery – that you can combine and stack together to reach any goal.
Trainer Devin Wiggins learned the secret to creating quick and efficient workouts while working with A-list celebrity clients, who struggled to find time for fitness in their busy days.
He designed 600 Secs using short bursts of high-intensity exercise to maximize fat burn, while at the same time building muscle to help you get lean and strong.
Every 10-minute session is a different challenge – but every move has a modifier (a member of the cast who demonstrates an easier version of each move), so you can work at your own pace and still get great results.
How 600 Secs Can Help You
Because each workout is fast and efficient, there’s no excuse when it comes to sticking with the program.
No matter your schedule, no matter how demanding your life gets, with 600 Secs, you can fit a great 10-minute workout into your day.
Many fitness experts believe that short, high-intensity workouts can be one of the most efficient ways to burn fat.
Devin designed 600 Secs to rev your metabolism and maximize your caloric burn and muscle-building in just 10 minutes — and he doesn’t let a second of that time go to waste.
And when you have more than just 10 minutes to exercise, Devin shows you how to stack two or more 600 Secs workouts to increase the challenge, improve your results, and further customize your routine to help you reach your goals.
You can stack a cardio workout with a resistance workout, finish a full-body workout with an abs-focused routine, or opt for 600 Secs of recovery after a particularly demanding session, for example.
The choice is yours.
What You Need to Start 600 Secs
You need a light set of dumbbells or resistance bands to do some of the workouts. We also recommend you use a mat for comfort and support.
Meet Devin Wiggins
All the years he spent helping busy, A-list celebrity clients get and stay in shape have taught Devin Wiggins one very important lesson — the most effective workouts are the ones that actually fit into a busy schedule.
That’s what inspired him to start creating short, time-efficient workouts that deliver exceptional results — the secret behind 600 Secs.
“Many people struggle with consistency because of time. That’s often the biggest challenge,” says Devin, who keeps a demanding schedule of his own as a trainer and instructor at Rise Movement, and the owner of Shape True Health.
“For instance, say you’re meeting a personal trainer somewhere — you need to get dressed, get in your car, drive there, park, do the workout, drive back, shower. That can take two hours, or even three hours, depending on how far you have to travel.”
The 600 Secs workouts are specially designed to fit into your day no matter how busy you are.
Devin’s fitness journey began in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, where he studied health and exercise science at CSU Fort Collins.
After college, he completed numerous certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM).
Now based in Los Angeles, Devin implements a three-tier system for every client.
First, he assesses their fitness level, next he addresses areas for improvement based on their goals, and finally, he helps them rebuild their body.
“If someone isn’t getting the results they want, or if they’re lacking in motivation, I’ll ask directly, ‘What’s holding you back?'” Devin says. “We’ll talk it out. We’ll work together to reset their goal, and design a plan that fits that person’s specific needs.”
That’s why he designed 600 Secs — so that each workout could stand on its own, or be stacked together with other 600 Secs workouts — so anyone doing the program could tailor it to their own particular goals, needs, and schedule.
600 Secs by Beachbody On Demand– Frequently Asked Questions
Want to learn more about Beachbody on Demand’s 600 Secs?
Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the 600 Secs program.
How long are the 600 Secs workouts?
Each workout lasts 10 minutes, but you’re encouraged to stack two or even three workouts together in a single day to customize your 600 Secs fitness program around your goals, so you can get faster, more targeted results.
Who can benefit from 600 Secs?
It’s designed for anyone who’s “time-challenged” but still wants to stay fit.
If you’re busy and need a fast workout you can crank out first thing in the morning, between meetings, or whenever you’re short on time, 600 Secs is for you.
Just be prepared for 10 minutes of maximum intensity.
That said, you don’t have to be in crazy-good shape to train with Devin. Every workout has a modifier, so even if you’re just starting out on your fitness journey, you can work at your own pace and get amazing results.
What equipment do I need?
It’s recommended you use a mat, as well as light dumbbells or bands for some workouts, although you’ll also find many that require only body weight.
What nutrition plan should I follow?
Your Beachbody On Demand membership includes access to two proven nutrition programs — Portion Fix and 2B Mindset.
Portion Fix with Autumn Calabrese is a portion-control program that takes the guesswork and emotions out of eating perfectly sized meals.
2B Mindset With Ilana Muhlstein, M.S., R.D.N., is a flexible approach to weight loss that lets you eat larger volumes of food to feel satisfied.
How many workouts are included?
There are 42 workouts currently in the program, and more are added regularly.
They include abs, booty, legs, arms, core, resistance, cardio, and recovery, all of which can be combined to help you reach your goals.
When and where should I do the workouts?
Whenever, wherever. You can fit in a 10-minute routine before breakfast, after work, or between errands.
600 Secs is convenient for travel because the workouts are short and require very little space.
This flexibility encourages workout consistency, which is one of the keys to achieving any fitness goal.
Can I do more than one workout a day?
Yes! Each 10-minute routine is designed to be effective on its own, but you can easily stack two or three together to accelerate your results.
The number of 600 Secs workouts you do each day depends on your schedule, goals, and fitness level.
The great thing about exercising just 10 minutes a day is that it’s easy to fit into just about any lifestyle. You’re in control.
Where can I stream 600 Secs?
All of the 600 Secs workouts and program materials can be found within the member portal on Beachbody On Demand, previously on Openfit.
To try 600 Secs — or any of the proven Beachbody programs — sign up here.
Generally, aim to do either : 30 minutes of moderate-intensity cardio activity at least five days per week (150 minutes per week) at least 25 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity three days per week (75 minutes per week)
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