Most Adults Do Not Exercise: Study
A recent research has unveiled that most of the adults in England are affecting their health as they do not take good exercise. They have their lazy bones on and have not been exercising a lot, comments the research.
This study has been conducted by the students from University of Bristol. The study has fleshed out details about the manner in which the adults have been risking their health. It says that almost 80% have not been able to meet the government target of taking moderate exercise. It highlights that adults must exercise at least 12 times in a four-week period.
It is usually believed that the educated adults tend to take more exercise. This is quite contrary to the poor and less educated. The latter ones are seen to be inactive.
The researchers of the study analyzed exercise data which covered a million adults in England. They came across the fact that roughly eight percent of adults who can walk daily have not taken a morning or evening stroll for even five minutes continuously during a four-week period. Figures show that about 46% have not walked leisurely for more than 30 minutes continuously.
Further it reached to a point where it concluded that 88% had not been swimming, and 90% had not used a gym.
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