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I'm all for it, a little exercise is better than none. The way the headline says "10 min is all you need", and then the article says "3 times a day" is a bit of a bait and switch. But totally agree a little is better than nothing.
I start my morning with a quick sunrise salutation- it seems to get the blood flowing for the day!
I will do 10 min on stationary bike twice a day and the rebounder 3 min before every meal .I can do that. Small goals. Achievable.
I break up the day frequently to 10 mins. increments except on the days when I get most done in an hour.
I am one of those 35-60 minutes or nothing but I come to rely on those 10-15minutes broken up throughout the day
Me too. I can do 10 mins!
i can do ten minutes. I WILL do ten minutes!
I schedule yoga at home in my down time. YouTube is great. There are so many programs I don't think I'll ever get bored. Weather permitting I'm out on my bike early in the morning. I often walk instead of taking the car. I know it's not enough but I'm sticking with it, so it's good for the time being.
10 min at a time makes it doable.
10 minutes at a time has taken me to an hour or more per day. Great way to begin loving exercise.
Most of my exercises are done in 10 minute spurts since with my disability that is about all I can handle at one time, but I go back and do more a couple more times during the day
I try walking at least 10 minutes every hour or get as many steps in as possible. It keeps me going better than nothing
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