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67. How to Exercise the Right Way

Episode Summary

Everyone knows they should exercise, but too many people are stuck in a trap. They think there are right and wrong exercises. Improving your health with exercise can lower your risk of dying by about 20%. Learn what it takes to start experiencing the benefits of a better mood, more energy, more joint flexibility, improved balance, and a slimmer waist.
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Key Takeaways To Tune In For

  • [00:28] 29% over six years old are inactive
  • [01:59] The best exercise is not a specific activity at all
  • [03:00] Being sedentary increases your risk of chronic diseases 
  • [04:27] What does moderate exercise mean  
  • [05:15] Find an exercise that you enjoy doing 
  • [07:07] Find a workout buddy or join a group class for extra motivation 
  • [08:15] Ideas for working out at home

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