The futility of the workout-sit cycle
from The Atlantic
From Aug. 24:
James Hamblin writes: In April, the AARP asked me to help moderate an international meeting of 15 exercise scientists in Vancouver. Their goal was to write a consensus statement about how best to use exercise to promote health. What types of exercise are ideal? Is walking as good as running? Does yoga count? How do we measure exercise — as a matter of heart rate, calories burned, or simply of time spent? All or none, of these?
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