Teens benefitting from high intensity interval training
from Medical Daily
Physical activity levels tend to lag during teenage years because teens tend to lose interest in physical activity overtime. School, studying, friends and part-time jobs can all keep teens from making exercise a priority. Instead of overwhelming teens with the CDC's daily requirements, researchers suggest up to 10 minutes of high intensity interval training could prove beneficial just three days a week.
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