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Science Says a 10-Minute Exercise ‘Snack’ is Enough

Here’s how to make it count

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Maybe you were one of those pandemic marathon people, or maybe life still feels so unpredictable or overwhelming that committing to a long workout seems impossible. And while the advent of boutique fitness over the past decade and a half made the 45- or 60-minute workout the norm, a growing body of research is giving people…




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Ashley Mateo

Ashley Mateo

Ashley Mateo has over a decade’s worth of experience covering fitness and health for publications including the WSJ, Men’s Journal, SELF, and more. @ashleymateo

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