No Time for Exercise? Maybe You Do Have The Time!

I just read some good news - studies have shown that 20 minutes of high-intensity interval training can yield the same - or better - results as a longer, moderate workout when it comes to weight loss and cardiovascular benefits.

So for those of you (like me) who feel you have to set aside a chunk of time most days to get your "recommended daily allowance" for exercise, apparently the new studies are saying that just by amping up your intensity and reps when exercising, you can - in theory - burn as many calories in 30 minutes then in longer 60- or 90-minutes sessions. Now that's great news!


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2 Responses to No Time for Exercise? Maybe You Do Have The Time!

  1. Kesha Brown says:

    Tell me about it – every time I think about having to spend an hour or hour and a half to exercise, I slack up. It’s not my favorite activity regardless of how much I’d love to be a fitness fanatic LOL

    So I found a kettlebell exercise that’s only 25 minutes and boy is that a workout!! It feels like I’ve exercised for an hour 😉

    Good news for those who think they have to exercise for long periods of time.


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