June 20, 2015 | Categories: Fitness & Sports
If you’re high-fiving yourself for hitting the gym but then sit on your duff the rest of the day, you’re still likely to be at a higher risk for heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and early death, according to a recent review study. The study found that while regular exercise has numerous health benefits, when coupled with mostly sedentary behavior it may not reduce the harmful effects of sitting for long periods of time. Celebrity trainer Joel Harper shares his tips to help you reduce sitting time and get moving more throughout the day.
(Article first appeared in the HEALTH section of the May/June 2015 issue of Muscle & Fitness Hers.)
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