Andy’s Quick Hits (175): When a walk might not be good for you!

You may think I may be contradicting myself here, or the science is, after having reported so often on the benefits of exercise, and especially the simplest exercise of all, walking. Not only that I have often promoted the idea of multiple short bouts of exercise during the day such as a short walk after lunch.

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