Add sprints to your workout to give it a boost or sneak in a sprint workout when you’re short on time. The American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, released a study that states sprinting is as beneficial for heart health as longer moderate speed workouts. High-intensity workouts provide the same benefits as workouts of moderate intensity performed for a longer time.
Sounds like a winning lottery ticket to those who don’t like to sweat for longer than thirty minutes. Sprint interval training is running at full speed and involves short bursts of energy that can benefit the heart and they can be a lot more fun, compared to just running at the same pace on the treadmill for thirty minutes.
To learn the sprint routines you can consider see this article I wrote for beyoumag.com here.