Avoiding the Sedentary Lifestyle in Quarantine

How to stay active, even in your 100 sq. foot apartment

A sedentary lifestyle involves little to no physical activity, with most of one’s time spent socializing, consuming food and media, or browsing a smartphone. While it is important to rest on occasion, the negative risks of leading a sedentary lifestyle are worth considering. Studies have shown that obesity, type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and some types of cancer are all possible outcomes from living a sedentary life. In addition, the psychological…

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Consultant at Hitachi Vantara — Boston College, University of Otago. Views expressed are my own, not my employer’s.

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Warren Bischoff

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Consultant at Hitachi Vantara — Boston College, University of Otago. Views expressed are my own, not my employer’s.

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