One of the top New Year’s resolutions is to exercise more, but plenty of people complain there is not enough time. Now, you might not be able to use that excuse.
Until recently, scientists believed at least 10 minutes of exercise in a row was required to achieve health benefits. But, new research has shown that all movement, even just a few minutes of physical activity several times a day, can make a difference.
Glenda Wells-Evans of Aurora tries to walk every morning. The 68-year-old got moving after a wakeup call from her doctor.