Study shows jogging may help fight genetically predisposed obesity

Healthy Living

(8/2/19) Researchers studied the genetic makeup and exercise routines from over 18,000 Chinese adults.

Jogging was the most successful exercise for those who were genetically predisposed to obesity in keeping the weight off.

Other exercises that helped curb weight gain were mountain climbing, walking, power walking, long yoga sessions and certain types of dancing.

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