Exercise for Your Heart Health

The American Heart Association and the ACSM American College of Sports Medicine recommend accomplishing 150 minutes of physical activity in an entire week. Chantis Mantilla, Exercise Physiologist at Baptist Health South Florida, says you can accomplish 10 minutes at a time.

She points out you can also do at least two days of moderate to vigorous strength activity for preventing heart disease. Walking, jogging, swimming, dancing and biking benefit your heart.

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