The ideal fitness regime is not just a matter of time.
Starting an exercise regime from scratch can be daunting.
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Current guidelines suggest Aussie adults should accrue at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise each week. However, 60% of us fail to meet this recommendation.
While women can benefit from a brisk walk, men really have to work up a sweat.
Men and women have to exercise different amounts to get the same stroke-preventing benefits.
Current guidelines ignore the fact that young Australians use screens for homework, social media and entertainment.
It’s almost universally recommended that for optimal physical and mental health, children engage in 60 minutes of physical activity each day and limit the time they spend watching TV, playing computer…
If you’re completely inactive just walking to the shops will help.
Two articles published in today’s issue of The BMJ argue physical activity guidelines should focus on getting inactive people…