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1 Minute of High Intensity Exercise vs. 45 Minutes of Moderate Exertion

by Quantify Fitness | Last Updated:  May 3, 2016

The New York Times did a great overview of research showing that 1 minute of high-intensity exercise had similar health benefits as 45 minutes of moderate exertion.

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From the study…

But when the scientists retested the men’s aerobic fitness, muscles and blood-sugar control now, they found that the exercisers showed virtually identical gains, whether they had completed the long endurance workouts or the short, grueling intervals. In both groups, endurance had increased by nearly 20 percent, insulin resistance likewise had improved significantly, and there were significant increases in the number and function of certain microscopic structures in the men’s muscles that are related to energy production and oxygen consumption.

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