There's something that keeps bothering me.
But, how minimal effort do you need to do in terms of cardio and lifting to produce significant changes in the body?
I don't mean like bodybuilding shit, but I mean basic toning and maybe athetlic ottermode lean build.
I really keep wondering, if such normie goal, isn't like the most shit bitch ass basic easy goal?
Like wouldn't be 5 minutes of like 1 HIIT sprint of raising legs over 80 meters every day in a single sprint be enough for the cardio?
And like a couple reps of isometric I hold some big rock or medium size plant pot while squating in some holding posture similar to yoga tree provide similar results long term to pull ups and squats?
And then just do some isometric push ups mixed with holding some kind of isometric yoga push up with some variations at diferent angles, like do the same shit than a normal push up set?
Seems like a dumb question, but I keep wondering this.
Like... how easy is in reality to be in shape.