How much exercise is enough? Cleveland Clinic video

Participation in sport is associated with a with a 20—40% reduction in all-cause mortality compared with non-participation. Exercise might also be considered as a fifth vital sign, according to the Lancet:

Dr. Michael Roizen, Cleveland Clinic Chief Wellness Officer, answers the question "How much exercise is enough?" Three parts of exercise have been shown to be beneficial to health: 1. Moving the equivalent to 10,000 steps a day. 2. Resistance exercise for 30 minutes a week. 3. 20 minutes of cardiovascular exercise. The videos are part of the Cleveland Clinic Let's Move It! program. See the CEO promoting it:

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