GOOD NEWS -- New Study Confirms Short Blasts of Exercise as Good as Hours of Training!

Your body can get as much benefit from a short but intensive bursts of exercise lasting ten minutes as it can from ten hours of moderate training.  The technique not only takes less time but also involves much less physical effort.

Researchers believe these findings "blow away" the belief that staying in shape must be a time-consuming affair.

The technique involves running or cycling at almost maximum effort for a minute and then resting for a minute before repeating the process around 10 times.  In experiments, volunteers rode an exercise bike in stints lasting just 60 seconds while peddling hard enough to get close to their maximum heart rate.  Tests afterwards showed that their muscles had improved as much as if they had been involved in endurance training.

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