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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Moderate Exercise Is Defined

Strive for 100 steps per minute, 30 minutes a day walking

Many body brain benefits derived from exercise are dependent on the intensity of the workout. 30 Minutes of moderate exercise, 5 days of week is often suggested by organizations, such as the AHA, American Heart Association.

BBC News posted an article showing the research at San Diego State University. Using a pedometer is helpful, however it fails to measure the intensity of exercise shown to release important body brain enhancing hormones, enzymes, neurotransmitters and nerve growth factors essential to optimized function.

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