How Much Exercise Is Enough?

on Thursday, 04 June 2015. Posted in Motivation, Fitness

How much time do you think you need to spend exercising each week to see results?

Watch this BBC researchers findings and be both shocked and pleasantly surprised... 

 

If you want to be freed up from the 'exercise takes too much time' mentality, perhaps now is a good time to try out the snack on exercise philosophy!

Please note that I do not advocate starting straight into bursts of very intense exercise without seeking professional guidance. Each person's starting point will be different.

The key thing that I hope you take away is the principle that you can achieve results in less time by focusing on quality not quantity.

Remembering of course that we used to think that the world was flat, perhaps some things can change afterall?

I'd love to hear your thoughts, please comment below...

 

Comments (5)

  • Dianne

    Dianne

    11 March 2018 at 09:57 |
    Wow 3 minutes a week isn't anything. Even I could do that! Good to know that short bursts of intensity are helpful.
    • Lauren Parsons

      Lauren Parsons

      04 May 2018 at 17:44 |
      Exactly Dianne! Isn't it encouraging seeing the evidence behind what a difference small bursts can make!
  • Pam

    Pam

    29 March 2018 at 20:36 |
    This is amazing and we could all be benefitting from intense bursts of exercise - find some steps outdoors and go for it - breath the air and feel the outcome!
  • florence

    florence

    04 May 2018 at 01:11 |
    Thanks for sharing sure will change the way I think about exercise for the better
    • Lauren Parsons

      Lauren Parsons

      04 May 2018 at 16:59 |
      That's fantastic to hear Florence! Glad you enjoyed it! xx Lauren

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