HONOLULU (KHON2) — It’s some good news for those who are making fitness a top priority for the new year.
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Eleven minutes is all you need to make a difference!
According to a new study at the Norwegian School of Sports Medicine, 35 minutes of exercise a day saw the biggest difference on increasing your life span.
But, just 11 minutes of moderate exercise – equivalent to a light jog, hike or a brisk walk – still had a noticeable positive impact.
Experts say find something that you enjoy doing because doing what truly makes you happy is the key to crafting a workout routine that seems less like work, and more like fun.
Other tips include getting a workout buddy, use an app, keeping your goals realistic and telling others about your goals to hold yourself accountable.
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