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Overestimating How Hard We Exercise.

Most of us know that moderate exercise is good for us. But surprisingly few of us know what moderate exercise means, research shows. An instructive new study found that many of us underestimate how hard we should exercise to achieve maximum health benefits, and overestimate how vigorously we are actually working out.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Exercising correctly is obviously hard work. This is why interval training is probably the best way to maintain physical fitness at the correct level. It is hard, but it works.

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