The pandemic may have changed workout trends for good, but there is no getting away from the fact that staying physically active will lower the risk of death or becoming ill. That said, how much exercise do we really need to stay healthy, and what sort of exercise should we be doing?

A group of Japanese researchers say they have an answer.

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