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The 1 minute workout!

Two hours, several times a week - the normal amount of training if you want to drastically change your figure, but the workout effort you need to become a healthier version of yourself is much less than you think (it even surprised me! ).

The 1 minute workout
Short workout
Research on more than 25,000 people has found that just one minute of high-intensity exercise (repeated several times a day) can help you live longer.

Those who performed short, intense physical activities and repeated them three to four times throughout the day saw a 40 percent reduction in deaths from all causes and up to 49 percent reductions in deaths from cardiovascular disease. While it may sound like a gimmick, the benefits of these “workout snacks” are hard to ignore. In another study, college students walked up and down three flights of stairs three times a day for six weeks. They didn't do any other exercises, but this consistent effort improved aerobic health and leg strength. And another study found that workout snacks can help offset some of the negative metabolic effects of sitting all day at work. When you add it all up, a little exercise done repeatedly over time can do a lot for your body. Try to add whatever works best for you, whether it's 1 to 2 minutes of running up and down the stairs or a 10 to 15 minute leisurely walk. Your body will thank you.

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