When you’re feeling stressed, the last thing you want to do is make time for hitting the gym. However, studies show that the benefits of exercise are not only physical but mental and emotional as well. The good news is that you don’t have to be in the gym for hours (or even at all) to reap the benefits of exercise. Staying consistent is more important than being the strongest or the fastest. For example, if all you can muster up is walking or jogging for 15-30 minutes a day, that will prove to be much more beneficial than, say, going to the gym for 2 hours once or twice a week doing something you find painful or boring. Why not try this incredibly quick 4-minute Tabata workout?