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Header 1Exercise is essential to maintaining good health and normal weight.

Bodies are Designed for Movement

We love to watch sports, dance shows, and adventurous human activity because it stimulates and satisfies something very basic in human nature and design. We are born to move, and the more we move the more alive we feel. Imagine watching a forty-five-minute TV show of someone who did nothing but sit on the couch and watch TV. Maybe they get up to get some popcorn but that's about the extent of t...
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Move Beyond the Desk Job and Exercise Routine

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How many hours a day do you sit? Research shows that people who stand and move more throughout the day have a reduced risk of premature aging. Standing and moving as opposed to sitting for long periods, also reduces the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and being overweight. Have you started counting those sitting hours yet? You sit in your car driving to work, sit at a desk at work, sit t...
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Exercise that Fits Your Life

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Your life is unique to you so your exercise style should also be individually tailored to your personality and body type. Many people have trouble sticking to an exercise routine. Some of the reasons could be boredom or that the exercise is just not a good fit. Do you know what type of exercise is a good fit for you? Discovering the Right Fit Just because you liked to play tennis or go surfing w...
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How Exercise Relates to Blood Sugar

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Sit Less to Reduce Diabetes Risk How important is physical activity to preventing diabetes? Little lifestyle changes can contribute to healthier lifestyles. Current guidelines recommend that people who are at risk of diabetes should get at least 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise each week. However, new studies show that even if people get up and move a little that already helps to redu...
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