There’s a misconception that in order to get a good workout, you need to invest in a full hour of exercise. But the truth is it’s not how long you exert, rather it’s how you exert.When working out, efficiency is key. A person who gets in the gym, works hard and gets out in 30 minutes can get a better workout than someone who spends one hour at the gym but takes their time between exercises or maintains a steady pace throughout.
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