Did you know it’s recommended that all adults do some moderate exercise for at least 150 minutes a week? That’s a whole 2.5 hours of getting sweaty.
But there’s a clever way you can cut that time in half. If you exercise vigorously, you only need to do 75 minutes a week. What counts as vigorous? Exercise that makes you breathe hard and fast, so you won’t be able to say more than a few words without stopping to take a breath.
Here are some examples of moderate and vigorous workouts:
|brisk walking||jogging or running|
|riding a bike||fast swimming|
|dancing||football, rugby, netball, hockey|
Try the 3 gym-free exercises below to help reach your target.
Quote of the day
Fitness – if it came in a bottle, everybody would have a great body.