Dedicating an hour or two for exercising alone every day is a dream for many individuals but this is neither an excuse to skip physical activity altogether nor grumble about your inability to engage yourself in workouts. Getting a solid 60-minutes to workout might be next to impossible but it is possible to find 10-15 minutes a couple of times in a day on at least 4-5 days in a week.
You need not spend hours together at the gym but stay fit with short workout sessions- anywhere between 15 and 30 minutes of workout is great for your body. Do planks, squats and tricep dips that work on several muscle groups simultaneously and yoga (this can provide cardiovascular and flexibility benefits when you involve yourself in power yoga or active movements such as sun salutation).
Research studies too prove that short exercise durations are beneficial while short durations of high-intensity exercises improve blood pressure cholesterol and weight in people with Type 2 diabetes. Some simple tips that help you squeeze in even ten minutes of movement in a day include:
Just as your meeting schedules, set an alarm in your mobile or calendar to remind you of your exercise schedules. Only then will you be serious enough to workout and take it as a part of your everyday routine that can never be skipped on any basis. If you are interested in pursuing a healthy diet plan along with your workout plan, get in touch with a registered dietitian nutritionist at www.firsteatright.com.
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Dietitian & Nutritionist Dr. Nafeesa Imteyaz.