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Hitting the recommended 150 mins of moderate physical activity a week doesn’t have to be done in the gym or by pounding the streets.
There’s another way. By building incidental activity into your daily routine, you can clock up those mins without even realising.
‘Less frequent bouts of activity, which might more easily fit into a busy lifestyle, offer considerable health benefits even in the obese and those with major risk factors’ Dr I-Min Lee – Prof of medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Here are our top 10 tips to building incidental movement into your day
Hopefully, this inspires you to get moving more – remember you need to get your heart rate up for it to count.
Let us know the creative ways you build incidental movement into your day – share on social and remember to tag us @breastcanceruk
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