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No time to exercise? Then take five

You can do an all-around workout in just five minutes if you focus on intensity and target the main muscle groups. Growing evidence continues to show that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) offers similar or in some cases even superior results compared with longer, lower-intensity workouts. With HIIT, you exercise for a short burst at near-maximum effort followed by a brief rest period, and then you continue to repeat the cycle…

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