How can you improve your physical health and wellness?
The answer is you can’t do it on your own.
You need to engage with other people who are also exercising to help each other out.
In this new study from the American Journal of Sports Medicine, researchers found that people who spend more time walking or exercising with their peers have lower rates of all-cause mortality, stroke, and cardiovascular disease, which all contribute to heart disease and other major health problems.
The study found that participants who spent more time together on outdoor activities had lower rates and more significant improvements in cardiovascular disease and mortality than those who didn’t engage in outdoor activity at all.
“In the first of its kind study to compare outdoor activity and health outcomes among a group of participants, the study found positive health and fitness effects in both group and individual differences,” the authors wrote in the study.
This research is an important step in the effort to understand how to best improve your body’s health, and what you can do to achieve your health goals.