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Due to essential works required for Angelo Anestis Aquatic Centre, the ground floor change rooms and indoor 25m pool hall mechanical ventilation system will be offline from Tuesday 14th November 2023 through to Friday 24th November 2023. Temporary measures will be put into place during this period including portable units in the change rooms and a slight increase in 25m pool temperature. In order to control air quality and humidity, the indoor 25m pool hall air temperature may be cooler than usual, dependant on weather. No other areas are expected to be affected. Thank you for your understanding.
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Finding a solid 30-45-minute chunk of time to exercise can be tough, but skipping workouts isn’t the answer. According to a recent study, adults should aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic exercise each week. Mini workouts could be the perfect solution for you. Instead of one long session, break up your routine into shorter sessions throughout the day. Curious if doing multiple mini workouts is as effective as one longer session? The answer is a resounding YES! Research indicates that you don’t need to do all your exercise at once to see significant benefits. Consistent movement throughout the day is key. 

What are Mini workouts? 

The mini workout involves breaking up your exercise routine into shorter, more frequent sessions spread throughout the day instead of one long workout. Mini workouts usually range from 5 to 20 minutes and can be done anywhere, anytime, without any fancy equipment. The concept behind mini-workouts is that they can help increase metabolism, boost energy levels, and reduce prolonged sitting. For example, you could try a 5-minute bodyweight circuit in the morning, a 10-minute yoga flow during your lunch break, and a 10-minute walk in the evening.

Benefits of Mini Workouts 

1. Fit exercise into your busy life 
“I don’t have time to exercise” – sound familiar? Many people skip workouts because they claim they don’t have time. But you can easily fit in mini workouts by doing 5-10 minutes of walking or resistance exercises without needing to change clothes. 

2. Boost your brain and mood  
Want to boost your mood fast? Recent studies show that a 10-minute brisk walk and meditation session can really improve your mood. Experts say that even just 3-5 minutes of exercise breaks can give you short-term neurological, physical, and psychological benefits.

3. Boost your overall health 
Don’t have time for long workouts? No problem! Research indicates that incorporating brief periods of physical activity (even just 10 minutes at a time) into your daily routine can provide similar health advantages as a single lengthy exercise session. Whether it’s boosting your cardiovascular health or lowering your blood pressure, these mini workouts can make a big impact on your overall well-being. 

4. Stick with your routine 
Let’s be real: sticking to a workout routine can be challenging. The great thing about mini workouts? They help you stay on track. Studies show that doing several short bursts of exercise is better for sticking to your routine and losing weight than one long workout. The key is to stay consistent! 

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5. Lowers blood pressure 
Lowering blood pressure can be more effective with three 10-minute walks during the day instead of one 30-minute walk. After all, staying active throughout the day is the key. 

6. Reduces stress 
Don’t let the idea of a marathon gym session overwhelm you. Mini workouts can shift your mindset. Instead of seeing exercise as a big job, these brief bursts can blend into your daily routine. It’s all about integrating fitness into your life, not making it a burden. 

7. Push your limits 
Don’t be afraid to test your limits – you don’t have to push yourself to the point of burnout. Short, intense mini workouts can help you reach your goals without feeling completely exhausted. It’s a great way to keep challenging yourself and make progress, especially when you’re short on time. 

8. Crush your fitness goals 
For those with jam-packed schedules, mini workouts can make a huge difference in achieving fitness goals. According to experts, these brief, targeted sessions are simpler to fit into your calendar and stick with over time. Additionally, they provide an opportunity for more purposeful, high-intensity workouts; ideal for anyone prone to getting sidetracked.

Don’t have time for a full workout? No problem! Even a little bit of exercise can make a big difference. Mini workouts are a great way to stay fit in our busy lives. Your body and mind will appreciate it! Give mini workouts a shot; you might be surprised at how effective they can be. Start small, stay consistent, and watch the benefits add up. 

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