Working out twice as long as recommended cuts risk of death by nearly a third

It’s no secret that exercising can lead to a longer and healthier life. Working out reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and premature death. Now, a new study finds going above and beyond the recommended amount of weekly exercise can significantly reduce the risk of death among adults. Researchers say working out between 150 and 600 minutes a week can cut a person’s risk of early death by up to a third.

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