Any Movement is Good for You

Driving, desk jobs and TV has made us a nation of sitters. We've known that's unhealthy, but new research is showing that six hours of continuous sitting affects fitness levels negatively about the same as 1 hour of exercise affects them positively. However, if you move regularly throughout the day, even just shifting in your seat, it's associated with better fitness.

PositiveTip: Take regular "move-breaks": pace on the phone, stand and think, take shorts walks.

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