The Most Unexpected Exercise To Combat Depression

Nope, it’s not yoga or HIIT

In 2018, The Lancet Psychiatry published a massive study linking exercise with fewer experiences of depression.

The landmark part of this project was the revelation that people experienced significantly fewer depressed days each month if they exercised for 30–60 minutes most days a week.




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Mia Lazarewicz

Mia Lazarewicz

NSCA-CPT, CSCS, American Ninja Warrior, gymnast, author, Gryffindor. Follow me on IG and Twitter @thebossiraptor, and at my website

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