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Physicians at Kyoto University Hospital have developed a new way of doing exercises while remaining seated and have started marketing the system — dubbed “chair-robics” — on video.

First developed as a form of physiotherapy for patients, the exercises, which model the rhythmic movements of aerobics, are said to be effective in preventing and treating a range of adult diseases, including diabetes, obesity and high blood pressure.

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