Expert says three minutes of intense exercise equal to 30 minutes of moderate
He says sprinting, peddling or skipping for 180 seconds can be enough per day
Training your body to crave the intense activity then results in a desire for more
Three minutes of skipping, running, peddling or star jumps can do the trick
Not everyone has the time to squeeze in an hour-long workout at the gym every day.
And in good news for time-poor exercise junkies, experts claim all you need to stay fit and healthy is 180 seconds worth of high-intensity movement five times per week.
Elite sports physiotherapist Kusal Goonewardena, who has worked with Australian athletes, told the Daily Telegraph a quick three-minute workout five times every week is a surefire way to train your body into craving more and more exercise.