5 Ways to Save Time in the Morning
Work Out Faster
Good news: There are ways to exercise in less time. First, studies indicate that you don’t need to stretch before exercising.
Instead, just do a light warm-up—a few minutes of jogging before a run or five minutes of cardio before weight training. Second,
you can get a quick, full-body workout without even leaving home. Try to do 15 repetitions each of crunches, push-ups, triceps
dips (off a stable chair), squats, and lunges. Do each rep in a slow and controlled manner (count three seconds on the way
up for a crunch and three seconds on the way down), and do three sets of each move. This will help strengthen your biggest
muscles, including your abdominals, back, arms, and legs. See 15 Minutes and You're Done: Workouts for efficient exercise routines for your abs, glutes, thighs, and more.
Time saved: 75 minutes each week.
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So maybe you can’t change your health overnight. But you can get a head start.