The Why & How of Exercising 30 Minutes a Day
Did you know cardiovascular disease is the world’s leading cause of death? Even though we know exercise is important, for many people obtaining a gym membership or exercise equipment is an economic burden they simply can’t afford. But a wide-ranging study out of St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver promised that just 30 minutes of moderate exercise five days a week – including free efforts like walking, gardening, and housework – was enough to improve health and heart, and another study said half an hour isn’t just recommended, it’s ideal: Exercising longer or harder may deliver less results. In this episode, the guys go over the studies, set the criteria they’ll adhere to for three months, and let everyone know where they’re starting for weight and body fat percentage.
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