If you’re a weekend warrior, you enjoy your sports activities, but often wish you had more time to train so you weren’t so sore or tired the Monday after a big weekend. Isometric exercise can be performed in minutes a day, without equipment, at home, at work, at school or even while commuting. What if you could increase your strength with five-to-ten minutes a day of exercise? Sounds too good to be true? It’s not. Medical and scientific research over the past century has proven that it’s possible to triple or quadruple your strength in a matter of weeks or months with just 10 minutes of isometric exercises a day.