Some people do not mind working out, they just hate how long it takes. To get a good workout, they feel like they need to be at the gym for 30 minutes or an hour. They simply do not have the time to dedicate several hours a week to sitting on a bike at the gym. If that is the problem, then you simply need to find a way to increase the intensity of your workout while cutting down on the time. Thankfully, there is an easy way to do this. Simply do interval work.
Intervals involve alternating periods of hard work and gentle recovery. One of the most common forms of intervals is sprinting as fast as you possibly can for one minute, then walking normally for two minutes and then repeating the cycle. You can do intervals with almost anything, and they will dramatically cut down the time it takes for you to get in a good workout.
If you do interval work, do be aware that they may not completely equal the workout you already do. Five minutes of interval work will not equal a 60 minute run, no matter how fast you run during your sprint minutes. You also need to be careful when doing interval work. It is not a good idea to do more than 20 or 30 minutes of interval work at any one time.