New Study Shows How You Can Exercise LESS and Get MORE Benefits

Twenty minutes of interval exercise can provide the same benefits as many hours of conventional workouts.

Many experts recommend that children and teenagers exercise one hour every day and adults get a weekly minimum of two hours and 30 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity (such as brisk walking, dancing, gardening) or one hour and 15 minutes of vigorous activity (jogging, aerobic dancing and jumping rope).

However, a study recently found that short periods of high-interval training was just as effective as long durations of endurance training. The study suggested that quick, high-interval training "may represent an alternative to endurance training to improve metabolic health and reduce the risk for chronic diseases."

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