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How to squeeze in a workout when you have zero minutes?


Put your body on fast-forward and do 60 seconds of crunches! Or learn to run in slow motion to get cardio during those 48-hour days.


Finding the time to work out can be challenging when life gets busy. Whether you’re juggling a full-time job and family responsibilities or studying for exams, it might feel like there are never enough hours in the day. But carving out even a few minutes during your day to exercise can make a huge difference in your physical and mental well-being. Here are some tips for making time for workouts when you don’t have any extra:


  • Try breaking up your exercise routine into smaller blocks of time throughout the day.


  • Taking short five to fifteen-minute walks breaks between tasks can help keep energy levels up and break up sedentary periods at your desk or school.


  • Setting aside thirty minutes three times a week can still provide significant health benefits and improved focus and productivity while working or studying.