Ten minutes isn’t a whole lot of time. If you’re a statistician, you would calculate that this short amount of time accounts for just about half of a half percent of your entire day. Even so, you can take a different view and can look at 10 minutes of exercise as a major burst of energy in a tiny package.
Ten minutes of good exercise is like the equivalent to your morning tea or coffee… only without the jittery withdrawal side effects of caffeine that take over a couple of hours afterwards. The burst of energy you will receive from these ten minutes is actually often long lasting, and will help you concentrate more clearly than even that cup of hot morning coffee.
Of course, while none of this initially seems to come across as “time saving” you need to look at it as saving your time over the length of a whole day.
If you can do a ten minute morning work out, you will most likely have a more positive disposition, have tons more energy, and also burn off a load of extra calories. All of this added up leads to you being a fit and a well-oiled machine. So instead of just thinking about getting up from your office desk, you will most likely just do it. Instead of slowly walking to the office photocopier, you will be practically running to it. Just think of how quickly you can do things when you have lots of energy versus when you don’t. It’s a seriously big difference. So get up early, jog on the spot, do press-ups or whatever works for you. Really, you’ll be so much more happy and cheerful. Not to mention fit.