Common exercise that is done once a week also reduces the risk of early death


Doing specific exercises only once a week can significantly reduce the risk of early death from any disease.


This was revealed in a new study/ File Photo

This was revealed in a medical study conducted in the United States.

The national cancer institute’s study involved 100,000 people.


They were evaluated for 10 years and found that people who were accustomed to doing 150 to 300 minutes of aerobic exercise (walking, cycling, etc.) per week had a 32 percent lower risk of death from any disease.

Similarly, weightlifting reduces the risk of death from any cause by 9 percent.

But people who are accustomed to doing both aerobic and weightlifting exercises once or twice a week, their risk of early death is reduced by 41 percent.

The results of the research indicate that if you are not physically active, then devote some time to exercise.

Similarly, if you do aerobic exercise, then make it a habit to lift weights.

Researchers believe that body strengthening exercises increase muscle volume and strength, which makes it easier to fight diseases.

The findings were published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

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