Fitness: Commit to at least 10 minutes of fitness per day
With the holiday season fast approaching, it can be hard to stick to your usual workout regimen. But a good
With the holiday season fast approaching, it can be hard to stick to your usual workout regimen. But a good workout doesn’t require a full hour, or even 30 minutes, for that matter. According to findings by a team of researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital, just 10 minutes of "brisk" exercise could result in metabolic changes in your body for up to an hour. And anyone can find 10 minutes a day for a quick workout’even on the busiest of days. Try one of Best Health’s 10-Minute Tuneups workout videos for a quick workout you can do anywhere.
Here’s the video for 10-Minute Tuneups: The Quick, Full-Body Workout. (Bonus: this particular workout requires no equipment!)