Exercising 54 minutes a week helps lower the risk of getting heart disease by 35%.
8 minutes of vigorous exercise improves blood pressure, reduces artery plaques, and improves fitness.
“Collectively, these will lower a person’s risk of cardiovascular disease. Exercise can also lower body inflammation, which will in turn lower the risk for certain cancers."
The CDC states roughly 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise per week, such as walking or a light jog is recommended. The CDC also states that you can also spend 75 minutes each week doing vigorous exercise, such as running. Muscle strengthening and lifting weights at least 2 days per week is important.
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