Exercise does not fit into a “one size fits all” category. Yet, from recent studies we can draw some pretty amazing conclusions as to how important exercise really is.
1. What Did Harvard Scientists Find When They Studied Some Large Health Surveys and Death Records?
Not surprisingly, if you don’t exercise, you’ll probably die early. Even exercising a little lowered people’s risk of premature death by 20%. Click here to learn more
2. Australian Scientists Found Similar Results
That is, even those who engaged in a small, but vigorous amount of exercise positively contributed to their overall longevity. However, part of this study was based on their memory of exercise. Click here to learn more
3. The Sweet Spot
If you’re physically able, you should try to achieve at least 150 minutes of physical activity a week, 30-40 of which should be spent doing vigorous exercise. Click here to learn more