Short, intense exercise shows benefits in study

01/4/2013 | Yahoo

Undergoing intense bouts of exercise for only three minutes a week may show health benefits similar to those of longer, traditional physical activity regimes, according to a study in the Journal of Clinical Psychology. Researchers also said short, intense exercise does not increase appetite because of its lower energy requirements compared with longer-duration activities.

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