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Reducing Sedentary Behavior: Sit Less and Move More

There is strong scientific evidence that says frequent moderate- to vigorous-intensity exercise during the week plays a significant preventative role in cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity and some cancers. 

Current research findings are revealing that too much sitting during the day is detrimental to a person’s health. Learn how to change these habits: 

Download Reducing Sedentary Behavior: Sit Less and Move More

This brochure was created and updated by Len Kravitz, Ph.D. and Chantal A. Vella, Ph.D. and is a product of ACSM’s Consumer Information Committee.