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The New York Times (23/01/2019). Even a 20-Second Exercise ‘Snack’ Can Improve Fitness.

The Globe and Mail (22/01/2019). Canadian researcher behind one-minute workout has a shorter option.

VIEW Magazine (26/09/2018). The One-Minute Workout Man.

U.S. News & World Report. (17/10/2017). Fitness in a flash: the case for interval workouts.

The Telegraph. (17/03/2017). Can a one-minute workout whip you into shape?

Health Club Management (01/08/2017). People profile: Martin Gibala’s ‘One Minute Workout’.

The Windsor Star (03/03/2017). Windsor author of book on one-minute workout comes home.

The Globe and Mail (02/03/2017): If ‘six-pack city’ is a desired destination, take this micro-workout on vacation.

USA Today (19/02/2017): Workouts that take minutes attract fans and critics.

REDDIT Science AMA Series (15/02/2017): I’m Martin Gibala, a professor at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.

The Globe and Mail (14/02/2017): Why the one-minute workout isn’t a farce.

National Public Radio – NPR Shots (07/02/2017): Does 1-Minute Interval Training Work? We Ask The Guy Who Tested It.

The New York Times (01/02/2017): How to Do the Shortest Workouts Possible.

VOX (11/12/2016): The truth about high-intensity interval training.

TIME (12/09/2016): The New Science of Exercise.

The Washington Post (29/08/2016). We know intervals can hurt, but here’s why they may be worthwhile.

CNN (23/05/2016): Is one minute of exercise all you need?

The New York Times (18/05/2016): 20 Seconds to Better Fitness?

Men’s Health (12/05/2016). New Study Pits a 10-Minute Interval Workout Against 50 Minutes Of Traditional Cardio.

FORBES (03/05/2016). The Ten-Minute Workout Offers Big Health Benefits, Study Finds.

The Toronto Star (02/05/2016). Just 60 seconds of intense exercise can boost your fitness level, study finds.

The Sydney Morning Herald (29/04/2016). All you need is one minute to work out.

Runners World (29/04/2016). Can Sprint Training Take the Place of Longer, More Moderate Exercise?

TIME (28/04/2016). The Case for the 1-Minute Workout Is Getting Stronger.

The New York Times (27/04/2016): 1 Minute of All-Out Exercise May Have Benefits of Moderate Exertion.

The Daily Mail (27/04/2016). Is a MINUTE of exercise all you need? Researchers find 60 seconds of hard work in the gym can be as beneficial as a 45 minute endurance session.

The New York Times (18/03/2016). Ask Well: 20 Seconds to Better Fitness?

The Washington Post (02/03/2016). How short bursts of high-intensity exercise could keep you (relatively) fit.

The Toronto Star (04/01/2016). If you’re reading this article, you have time to exercise.

Maclean’s (01/01/2015): The Interview: The benefits of short, intense workouts.

The Sydney Morning Herald (16/12/2014). The one-minute workout: High Intensity Interval Training hits all new low.

TIME (15/12/2014): Introducing the One-Minute Workout.

The New York Times (10/12/2014): Got a Minute? Let’s Work Out.

TIME (05/08/2014). Short Bursts of Exercise are Better than Exercising Nonstop.

The New York Times (26/02/2014): How to Get Fit in a Few Minutes a Week.

The New York Times (24/06/2013): The Rise of the Minimalist Workout.

The Globe and Mail (20/10/2013): Want to try high-intensity interval training? Consider these four things.

The Globe and Mail (14/05/2013): Making time for the 7-minute workout.

The Guardian (10/06/2012): Can you get fit in five minutes?

The New York Times (15/02/2012). How Interval Training Can Improve Health.

The New York Time (15/04/2011): What’s The Best Exercise?

MacLeans (06/05/2010): All the right moves.

CNN (30/03/2010). How much should you exercise?

CNN (16/03/2010). Study: Working out harder for less time effective.

The New York Times (24/06/2009): Can You Get Fit in Six Minutes A Week?

The Globe and Mail (13/06/2008): A shorter workout – but it will hurt.

The Washington Post (21/06/2005): Sprinting After the Truth About Interval Training.

CNN (06/06/2005). Fitness ‘takes 6 minutes a week’.