Just 15 minutes of exercise per week keeps you healthy
There has to be a little agony – but not too much.
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WHO recommends 150 minutes of moderate exercise per week to stay healthy. Studies now show: It can also be significantly less – and the time of day could play a role.
Z20 minutes of high-intensity training in the morning, half an hour of aerobics in the afternoon, or an hour of leisurely jogging after work? These are the eternal questions for amateur athletes as well as those who don’t like sports who still want to do something for their bodies. After all, they want to train as efficiently as possible. And the time of day may play a role in that.
Doctors are also very interested in answers to these questions. After all, they regularly face the problem of getting their patients, who are often less than active, to exercise, since physical exercise is the best protection against diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer and so much more.