Staying Active Is Key
Wednesday, 18 July 2012
From the July 2012 issue of Runner’s World
Physical activity trumps body weight for health-related quality of life
According to a study in Medicine & Science in Sports and Exercise, physically active people, regardless of body mass index (BMI) – that is, a height to weight ratio – are more likely to feel healthier, have fewer participation/activity limitations and enjoy a better quality of life.
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