Make it a quickie
Shorter may not always be better, but when it comes to the length of a lazy person’s workout, short is good. In fact, it’s perfectly fine to stop aiming for a 30- or 60-minute workout.
Instead, carve out a few 10-minute “fit breaks” throughout the day. Jessie Perry, the owner of JPerry Fitness says, “Do 10 minutes before breakfast, 10 minutes at lunch, and 10 minutes in the evening.”
Super-short workouts may sound too simple, but experts agree that this type of efficient workout is the way to go. Laura Flynn Endres, the trainer behind This Is Fit Workouts, puts it this way, “Longer and harder isn’t better. Better is better!” So stop dreading a long, hard slog at the gym, and start thinking: “quickie.” Because, really, who doesn’t love a quickie?