But it’s an intense four minutes…
It’s a workout regimen called Tabata interval training. A Japanese study on the exercise revealed shocking results…
Two groups of people were tested over six weeks. One group did four minutes of Tabata interval training five days a week. The second group did one hour of moderate-intensity exercises five days a week.
After six weeks, the Tabata group showed a greater increase in their cardiovascular and anaerobic capacities. They did so after just 120 minutes of total exercise time… versus the second group’s 1,800 total minutes.
Here’s how it works:
- Do 20 seconds of intense exercise.
- Rest for 10 seconds.
- Repeat eight times.
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