New Exercise Recommendations Questioned Many experts say the new federal recommendation of 60-90 minutes of exercise a day asks too much from people who already have a hard time committing to a fitness routine. Experts say the key is commitment rather than time spent.
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New Exercise Recommendations Questioned

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Many experts say the new federal recommendation of 60-90 minutes of exercise a day asks too much from people who already have a hard time committing to a fitness routine. Experts say the key is commitment rather than time spent.