The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that in a week, you get at least:
- 2.5 hours of cardio or 1.25 hours of vigorous cardio
- 2 days of strength training
What are you getting?
You know you have to hit the gym if you want to stay on track to lose weight, be healthy, and all that jazz, but sometimes (or maybe most times), you just don’t have the will to work out. You’d rather sit on the couch watching tv, plant yourself in front of your computer, or do ANYTHING else that doesn’t require you to sweat. There is a ton of research proving that exercise is really, really good for you. Of course you already knew that, but a little refresher of the top studies will definitely help you get your butt moving.
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