Podcast: Fitness – Get More From Doing Less

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When you have limited time for exercise, how do you get more bang for your buck?

Leanne explains how you can get more from doing less, by increasing intensity but also focussing your intention and not forgetting your fitness fundamentals.

Topics Discussed in this Episode:

How you can get more from doing less and what science tells us about it.

Figuring out your fitness goals.

Key Takeaways:

It’s really beneficial to think about what you want from your fitness regime. When you look at cutting down the time, the intensity possibly needs to go up, and your intention needs to be honed in on your goal.

Get more from doing less by focusing on intensity.

There are clinical trials that found that HIIT workouts enhance endurance performance and aerobic changes more than high-volume exercise.

Action Steps:

Figure out what you want from your fitness regime. What do you get from it? What’s important to you?

Focus on intensity and intention as opposed to duration.

Think about the basic fitness fundamentals.

Leanne said:

“It’s really important to me to have plenty of energy. And I find that being physically fit gives me that energy.

Think about the basic fitness fundamentals. That’s where I get a lot of my fitness benefits from. It’s not just the workouts. It’s walking, it’s standing, and it’s thinking about recovery as well.”

As always, if you would like to register your interest in some of the ideas that I’m putting together with Bodyshot Performance, send an email to anne@bodyshotperformance.com.

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