Heck, yes, a 10-minute workout can count for something! I do Tabata sprints once or twice a week, and on a good day the workout takes a full 14 minutes, including the warm-up and cool-down. It's INTENSE! If you're not dying by the time you're done, you're not pushing yourself hard enough.
It really boils down to what you get done in those 10 minutes. You can push yourself harder in 10 minutes than you can in 45, so if you're willing to really work, you can get a lot done.
- 3/29/2010 11:22:32 AM