Evidence shows that a brisk daily walk helps to reduce several key biological indicators of cancer risk, including sex hormone levels, insulin resistance, inflammation and body fatness.
But new research is also finding that sitting for long periods of time can increase some of those same indicators of cancer risk, even among people who exercise daily.
Finding the time to reach your physical activity goals may seem daunting, but we've enlisted exercise physiologist Mary Kennedy to show you a few quick workouts that you can blend in to your day. These strength training, cardio-boosting workouts can be done in your office or at home for a quick mid-day pick-me-up.
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