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When will I feel the health benefits of exercising?

Studies show that benefits from exercise begin to appear approximately 2-4 weeks after you begin an exercise program. How long it takes to feel a difference depends on your age, current fitness levels, nutrition exercise intensity and frequency.
Dr. Michael Roizen, MD
Internal Medicine
By investing a little time each day in exercising, just as much as thirty minutes, you will become younger in the here and now. In thirty days you'll feel better. In sixty days people will say that you look better. And in just ninety days, the effects will be a measurably younger RealAge (physiologic age). What a fun and enjoyable way to make yourself over. You will feel better and more energetic, and your body will be healthier and more efficient.
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