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Presentation TranscriptSo what have we done with all this information? We do what all bureaucracies do. We make rules and guidelines. Did you know the federal government says that you should get at least 150 min of moderate to vigorous physical activity every week? So what happens next.We just go about our daily lives just as we always have. We get up, get in the car, work for 8 hours, then exhausted from a stressful day we relax in front of the TV. If you're one of the good ones and you listen to the our good ole government guidelines you stick in 30 minutes of physical activity in there. But does this make you active? Does this really prevent cardiovascular disease and premature death?Well, unfortunately its not that cut and dry. What we've done so for the last 50 years is focus on getting people to exercise. To run, to swim, to just do more. But we didn't realize we've ignored the fact that people spend most of their lives doing something other than physical activity. That didn't use to be a problem but we've effectively engineered all other opportunities to be active out of our live. Instead of walking to work we spend hours in our cars. Instead of living in dense urban areas, we live in track homes tens of miles away from our jobs.

Presentation TranscriptSo what have we done with all this information? We do what all bureaucracies do. We make rules and guidelines. Did you know the federal government says that you should get at least 150 min of moderate to vigorous physical activity every week? So what happens next.We just go about our daily lives just as we always have. We get up, get in the car, work for 8 hours, then exhausted from a stressful day we relax in front of the TV. If you're one of the good ones and you listen to the our good ole government guidelines you stick in 30 minutes of physical activity in there. But does this make you active? Does this really prevent cardiovascular disease and premature death?Well, unfortunately its not that cut and dry. What we've done so for the last 50 years is focus on getting people to exercise. To run, to swim, to just do more. But we didn't realize we've ignored the fact that people spend most of their lives doing something other than physical activity. That didn't use to be a problem but we've effectively engineered all other opportunities to be active out of our live. Instead of walking to work we spend hours in our cars. Instead of living in dense urban areas, we live in track homes tens of miles away from our jobs.

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