Thanks to scientists collecting and analyzing vast amounts of data, we know a lot about exercise and how it’s good for your health.
We know stuff like the optimal time of day to exercise, how often you should exercise, and what kind of intensity you should aim for.
Many of these are just recommendations, of course, but they’re based on aggregated data recorded from thousands of participants, showing what appears to work best for most people – and from lots of different perspectives too.
For instance, they can tell us interesting and useful factoids, such as how much exercise is needed to offset sitting down all day, or how best to keep weight off, and how even just one, single workout can deliver health benefits.
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