The Big Myth of Exercise, Discussed by a Human Evolution Expert (and 4 Tips to Get You Moving)

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Mark Twain, who lived to be 75, once said he got all the exercise he needed by being a pallbearer at the funerals of friends who exercised regularly.

Or maybe those words were from Senator Chauncey Depew, who has died at the age of 94.

In any case, although not everyone expresses it with such grace, they are not the only ones who throughout history have not been very close to exercise.

And that’s not unusual, Daniel Lieberman, a paleoanthropologist at Harvard University and author of Exercise, told The Harvard Gazette.

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