Less than one-fourth of Americans are meeting their the recommended fitness goals, but a new exercise research found that all you need is 150 minutes a week to be active.
The Health & Human Services-appointed committee concluded a study that you don't need hours-long workouts to see the benefits of exercise. If you can get your exercise in small increments, you'll be making a difference in your overall health
MPR News host Kerri Miller sat down with two experts to discuss the findings and how they could change your health.
Guests:Adam Perlman—Chief medical officer and co-founder of meQuilibrium
Kathleen Janz—Professor of health and human physiology at the University of Iowa
You can listen to the full discussion using the audio player above.