The Checkup: How to Get the Benefits of a Long Workout in Just 1 Minute — Really! 

And more healthy reads for your morning.

Say goodbye to long workouts: A new study, published in PLOS One, found that men who completed a workout that consisted of just one minute of all-out exercise (10 minutes of movement total) three times a week saw the same results as those who completed 45 minutes of moderate exercise three times a week. Best. News. Ever. [New York Times]

• If you’ve never made it to the November Project’s free early morning workouts because you are so not a morning person, here are the secrets to becoming one, courtesy of people well-versed in rising before the sun: members of the November Project. [Well + Good]

• If you’ve already run through all our favorite podcasts for running, here are a few more to add to the list. [TIME]

• Something to add to your wish list: this cool new briefcase for bike commuters. (I never thought I would see the words “cool” and “briefcase” in the same sentence, either.) [Fast Company]

• This man proposed at the finish line of the Boston Marathon — then he proceeded to projectile vomit everywhere, like one does after running a marathon AND proposing in the same day. [Runner’s World]

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