Intense Exercise Doesn’t Eliminate the Hazard of Intense Sitting Reply

James Brown had it right. There may be no better medical advice these days than to “Get Up Offa That Thing.

A large new analysis published in Annals of Internal Medicine supports earlier observations that the health hazards of sedentary behavior aren’t completely neutralized by exercise.

Researchers in Toronto scoured the literature to find studies that assessed the health effects of sedentary behavior adjusted for physical activity. They found 47 studies, including 13 that assessed all-cause mortality, 14 that assessed cardiovascular disease and diabetes, and 14 that assessed cancer. Sedentary behavior was defined as “waking behaviors characterized by little physical movement and low-energy expenditure,” including sitting and television watching.

Click here to read the full post on Forbes.

 

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