STUDY: “Obese women get one hour of vigorous exercise a year”
A new study suggests some obese women get one hour of vigorous exercise, a year.
Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham looked at a year-long study which tracked the eating habits and activity levels of 2,500 adults.
Activities like jogging and jumping rope were considered “vigorous.”
Researchers say exercise can have a big impact on overall health.
The recommend obese patients start with simple tasks like parking far away or taking the stairs.
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