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Here Are a Few Misconceptions About 10-Minute Sessions:

Updated: Jan 11


It's not enough time to make a difference: Some people may think that only 10 minutes of exercise per day won't provide any real benefits. However, research has shown that even short bursts of activity can have positive effects on overall health and fitness.


You need to do intense exercise to see results: Many people believe that exercise needs to be intense and strenuous to be effective. However, even light physical activity such as walking or stretching for 10 minutes a day can help improve cardiovascular health and reduce the risk of chronic diseases.


It's only for weight loss: While consistent movement can contribute to weight loss, it also has other benefits such as improving mood, reducing stress, increasing energy levels, and improving overall health and well-being.


You need special equipment or a gym membership: Some people may believe that consistent movement requires special equipment or a gym membership, but in reality, there are plenty of ways to move your body without any equipment. For example, you can take a brisk walk, do some stretching or yoga, or dance to your favorite music at home.


You need to do it all at once: Another misconception is that you need to do all 10 minutes of movement at once. However, you can break up your movement throughout the day into smaller increments, such as taking a 5-minute walk in the morning and another 5-minute walk in the evening, and still reap the benefits.



 

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