Participants exercising 30 minutes per day burned more calories than they should relative to the training program we set for them. We can see that exercising for a whole hour instead of a half does not provide any additional loss in either body weight or fat. 30 minutes of concentrated exercise give equally good results on the scale.
The specific benefits of daily 30-minute workouts, such as the reduced risk of disease and increased bone density, can only be measured by your doctor. However, many positive changes will stand out to you and your loved ones, including increased energy, a firmer body, and a more robust immune system.