12 August 2020
Right now, many people who are working from home are finding that mini workouts are one of the solutions that is being offered to those who are needing to stay healthy and fit while still maintaining their work. In addition, for those who feel like they cannot devote the time to a huge workout every day or every other day, mini workouts are often touted as being the solution. And you will find that they can definitely be something that benefits you, especially if you are trying to find a way to workout from home or to increase your activity level throughout the day.
New studies are showing that having small 10 minute workouts throughout the day are just as beneficial as if you were to workout for an hour at a time. Other studies found that men and women both can benefit from these small exercise routines for 10 minutes or so. However, in order for this to be beneficial to a person they must make sure that the mini workouts are moderate to vigorous in terms of intensity to get the same benefit. So, aside from being just as effective as an hour workout, what are the other benefits of a mini workout?
These mini workouts are super easy to fit into your schedule. Consider this, you could decide to take an hour lunch, but instead use 10 minutes of this to workout. Have ten minutes before a Zoom meeting starts? Then get in a small mini workout.
While you are trying to integrate a mini workout into your daily life, there are several different exercise that you can do throughout the day that is going to give you the same benefit as if you were to workout for an hour at a time. You will find that you need to do each of these exercises for three rounds for the number of times that are listed in order to get the full benefit of this. Here are some mini exercises to include in your routine:
For those who have a few minutes to spare, they can do a 15 minute workout that will consist of three rounds of:
This does not seem like that much of a workout. However, remember you need to keep up the pace while doing this and make it to where you are really starting to sweat.
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