Kristen Sparrow • September 11, 2021
This is good news. Moderate exercise is easier to maintain, easier to look forward to, and less likely to lead to injury.
“All exercise is good,” Dr. Burr says. But “there are nuances.” Frequent, almost-daily moderate exercise may be preferable for improving blood pressure and ongoing blood-sugar control, compared to infrequent intervals, he says, while a little HIIT is likely to get you in shape as effectively as hours and hours of easier cycling or similar exertion.”