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Is there a minimum amount of exercise to remain fit?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine
High intensity, low volume exercise may work. In this video, Robin Miller, MD, reports on a Norwegian study where short bursts of exercise helped increase oxygen in-take and lowered cholesterol and body fat.

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