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  1. Arti says:

    We’ve all heard that we should be walking 10,000 steps a day. “Moreover, a high-intensity interval training bout can derive terrific cardiorespiratory benefits in a fraction of the time as traditional aerobic exercise. “With resistance training, your rest intervals between sets will be of primary importance to duration—if you take very long breaks between sets your workout can last hours but you're not doing that much in the actual session,” explains Schoenfeld. The amount of time needed to gain benefit from exercise will vary from individual to individual—but it’s also less about the length of time you’re working out, and more about how you’re using that time.

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