We Sit Too Much, The Human Body Was Not Designed For A Sedentary Lifestyle

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It is essentially a modern crisis: We are sitting way too much. Did you know that most of us sit for approximately 13 to 16 hours each day? If you break that down, it looks something like this: two hours for eating, one hour for commuting, seven hours (or more) at work every day — and…



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