If you were told you could get fit with just a few minutes of exercise a week, would you believe it? It sounds too good to be true, right?
But sprint interval training promises to do just that by rapidly boosting the energy centres of your cells – mitochondria.
Each person has around ten million, billion mitochondria, around ten percent of their body weight. With mitochondrial decline linked to many of our most common chronic diseases including diabetes, cancer and even ageing, improving their function can have dramatic transformative effects on your health and fitness.
In this ABCTV Catalyst video Anja Taylor investigates the science behind low volume, high intensity training, and takes on the challenge of going from couch slouch to fighting fit, with just six minutes of exercise a week.
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