Fresh Air For Jan. 23, 2021: Director Paul Greengrass; Debunking Myths About Exercise Hear the Fresh Air program for January 23, 2021

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With the pandemic, many people are turning to at-home workouts and walks in their neighborhoods. That's good, says Exercised author Daniel Lieberman. "You don't have to do incredible strength training ... to get some benefits of physical activity." Grace Cary/Getty Images hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Director Paul Greengrass; Debunking Myths About Exercise

Greengrass talks about his film, News of the World. Maureen Corrigan reviews Nadia Owusu's memoir, Aftershocks. Exercised author Daniel Lieberman says the idea of "getting exercise" is relatively new.

With the pandemic, many people are turning to at-home workouts and walks in their neighborhoods. That's good, says Exercised author Daniel Lieberman. "You don't have to do incredible strength training ... to get some benefits of physical activity." Grace Cary/Getty Images hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Director Paul Greengrass; Debunking Myths About Exercise

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