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Benefits Of Exercise

K. Gebel, D. Ding
Published 2013 · Engineering, Psychology

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[Extract] Physical activity is defined as body movement produced by skeletal muscle that results in energy expenditure above resting level and can be accumulated at any time, for example, during work, household, transportation, or during leisure time. Exercise is a subset of leisure-time physical activity that is usually structured, planned, repetitive, and has the purpose of providing recreation, improving or maintaining physical fitness, or enhancing other components of health or well-being (US Department of Health and Human Services, 1996).
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