Get a bit more fit by adding micro workouts to your daily life
For people who don’t exercise regularly, there’s a simple thing you can do to get on the road to fitness. It’s called high-intensity incidents physical activity (HIIPA), and it refers to the everyday activities from hauling groceries to climbing stairs that get you huffing and puffing. So, how can HIIPA help you get fit? In a recent study, researchers found that many daily tasks are actually high-intensity activities that require lots of energy, and by incorporating many of them in your day, you can get similar health benefits to a session of high-intensity interval training (HIIT). Think of them as micro-workouts that you can consciously choose; take the stairs every time instead of the elevator, do squats while you do the laundry, lug your groceries all at once instead of doing many separate trips, etc. HIIPA is by no means meant to replace workouts, but it does show how our seemingly unimportant daily activities do play a role in our health. In fact, for a person who is overweight, a simple task like walking the stairs can require up to six times the energy than they expend while at rest. If you’re looking to add a little more fitness into your tight schedule, keep HIIPA in mind. READ MORE
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