(STUDY FINDS) -- LISBON, Portugal — For many people, the prospect of improving their physical fitness and cardiorespiratory health is an intimidating endeavor. Let’s face it, committing to a strict and tenuous gym schedule isn’t exactly a walk in the park, especially for people who don’t regularly exercise. Well, a new study argues that improving cardiovascular and cardiorespiratory health is actually as easy as a walk in the park, literally.
Researchers say that simple, relatively easy-going extra bouts of everyday activities, such as opting for stairs over the elevator or walking to work everyday, are enough to promote a healthier, longer life regardless of an individual’s age, gender, or fitness level.
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