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A Fitness Diary

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Don't Have Time to Exercise? Try a Super-Short Workout

Don't Have Time to Exercise? Try a Super-Short Workout
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If you find it difficult to fit a long workout into your schedule, then here's some good news: According to an article on the New York Times Well Blog, researchers continue to find that even very short durations of high-intensity exercise can provide significant health benefits. How short exactly? Shockingly short.
  • Five Minutes: One recent observational study suggests that runners live longer than non-runners, regardless of the amount or speed of their running-even if it's just five minutes a day at a slow pace.
  • Ten Minutes: Even a single minute of very intense exercise (cycling) within an otherwise painless ten minute workout has been shown to lead to improvements in endurance, blood sugar control, and blood pressure.
  • Twelve Minutes: Another recent study reported that just one minute of brisk walking followed by one minute of strolling-repeated six times, three times per day-helped control blood sugar in people at risk for diabetes better than a continuous 30 minute walk.
The lesson? For many people, science is revealing that they can get the benefits of exercise without drastically changing their daily schedule.
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