A sedentary life has been said to be as fatal as is smoking according to a new report published in the Lancet. The report estimates that "about a third of adults are not doing enough physical activity, causing 5.3m deaths a year,” according to Nick Triggle of the BBC.
Why is it so difficult for people to move when governments around the world are only recommending 150-minutes a week of moderate exercise, which includes on the most simple level, brisk walking and gardening? Do you want to be in decent shape? If your answer is yes, then get started! I know, time management is a problem. Motivation is another issue. Believing that you don’t know what to do or how to do it is also a great way to eschew exercising. The list of excuses explaining why people don’t move more could go on and on. More importantly, however, is when and how you can fit 150-minutes of moderate movement into each week
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