According to a telephone survey, only one out of five US adults meet the government guidelines for aerobic and muscle strengthening exercises. One-half of the 450,000 respondents in the nationwide survey met the aerobic guideline while only one-third met the muscle strengthening exercise. Carmen Harris, MPH, and her group used data from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System survey in 2011 and found out that only about 21% of the respondents reached the recommended levels for Americans issued by the US Department of Health and Human Services (2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans). However, half of the respondents reached the […]Continue reading More Exercise in Adults Urged
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