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You sitting down? Experts say it’ll kill you
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#1 Posted : Sunday, May 22, 2011 10:54:09 PM(UTC)

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You sitting down? Experts say it’ll kill you

Spending days on your behind is hazardous even if you regularly exercise

Here's a new warning from health experts: Sitting is deadly.

Scientists are increasingly warning that sitting for prolonged periods — even if you also exercise regularly — could be bad for your health.


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Well, whatever we're doing we're getting closer to the end. But the difference is to keep doing that as slower as possible. d'oh!

Seriously, why don't we buy a simple fitness machine, maybe two machines, install them in the office and use them from time to time? It will keep our heart in a good shape, blood running, etc. I made my choice a few years ago, and I just bought one more machine a few weeks ago. Its' really good. The very first training I got when I assembled it after I got it from Walmart. Good and very affordable price of $277+taxes paid twice when I spent over 2 hours trying to get it in one piece and working. Then I realized that factory ellipse assembing was not appropriate, so minus 40 more minutes. Finally I got it working and I'm happy with it. It keeps me away from monthly payments to a local fitness center, plus I don't spend gas and time driving to/from the fitness center. Instead it's installed and acessible 24/7 in just a few steps from my working table. I can suggest other people to do the same. It will keep you functioning for a longer period of time! Drool
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