Friday, March 12, 2010

There's Always Time for a Good Work-Out

A new study supports what our coaches have been telling us about the value of short, high-intensity training sessions. According to this article in Saturday morning's Daily Telegraph, the study that found that anyone can get a good "endurance"-level work-out from just 20 minutes of high-intensity training - for instance, 10 one-minute max effort spins (getting close to max heart rate) on the bicycle, with one minute rest in between each.

Damn. There goes my not-enough-time excuse for not exercising.

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