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    Here’s How To Work Out This Weekend Even If You're Busy/Tired/Late For Brunch

    Two quick ways to exercise whether you're recovering from a rager or want to get sweaty.

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    Nothing makes you feel more productive than getting in a workout on a Saturday or Sunday. But there are a few obstacles...like brunch.

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    And the fact that you're maybe a little hungover, tired, or just generally dragging ass.

    But even if you don't have the energy to go hard or the time to do a super long workout, that doesn't mean you have to skip exercise entirely.

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    The two workouts below were designed for BuzzFeed Health by certified strength and conditioning specialist Rob Sulaver of Bandana Training.

    One them is a not-too-intense workout with plenty of rest, while the other is higher intensity with more challenging moves. Both can be done in about 20 minutes and will help you get in your weekend exercise. All you need is a timer and the space to do the moves — no equipment necessary.

    Btw, if you're nursing a legit hangover, the best thing to do is rest and rehydrate, says exercise physiologist Harry Pino, Ph.D., of the Sports Performance Center at NYU Langone Medical Center. Exercising the day after heavy drinking will hamper your performance and results, and could also make you even more dehydrated and put you at risk for injury.

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