It’s no secret, when it comes to activity, anything is better than nothing – but? Reading this article the old adage horses for courses come to mind. One minute a day may make some small health improvements but don’t expect to move into ‘athlete’ status anytime soon.

A one minute investment in your health will return one minute benefits.

This particular horse will be set for plodding but nothing more.

Your health and well-being should be your number one priority – bar none. Without your health you are nothing. Make time not excuses.

This from Discover Magazine:

Leave it to science to invalidate the excuse that there’s just not enough time in the day for a workout.

In May, the New York Times published a story about the scientifically proven 7-minute workout routine to stay fit. But who has seven minutes? Now, scientists have discovered that just one minute of all-out, high-intensity exercise three times a week can markedly improve muscle and heart health in overweight individuals.

Source: Have a Minute? Then You Have Time for a Workout – DiscoverMagazine