What makes a workout effective? Is it how much time and effort you put into your training? What about the sceicne behind the program? Or does it come down to luck and genetics?
All of those things matter, but here’s the thing;
There’s no such thing as an ineffective workout!
Seriously, anything you do will create a stimulus that leads to physiological adaptation. This means you don’t have to take a dogmatic approach to training where you have to train a specific certain way. You can use micro workouts, long workouts, easy workouts and hard workouts. They all do something.
So don’t get too caught up in thinking you have to train a certain way for your exercise session to somehow “count.” Do whatever you can and want to do. I promise it’s still effective. The only thing you’re adjusting is the type of and the degree of the stimulus.
RDP resources that help support the show: