Exercise snacking

‘Exercise snacking’ the revolutionary new approach to fitness: Deakin University academics have developed a new approach to health and fitness that could revolutionise the way older Australians exercise and improve their sense of wellbeing. Researchers found “exercise snacking” – where wannabe fitness fanatics perform short bursts of regular bodyweight at home strength training – could be enough to maintain movement and enhance the quality of life of Australians aged 65 and over. An exercise snack is a routine of five different exercises such as single-leg knee bends, sit to stand, or single-leg quarter squats performed continuously for one minute with

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