Fit in Six Minutes a Week • 2017 • episode "2/3" Catalyst: Season 2

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If you were told you could get fit with just a few minutes of exercise a week would you believe it? Anja Taylor looks at whether exercise impacts aging and if changes in your mitochondria resulting from exercise effectively retard aging.

Catalyst: Season 2 • 0 • 1 episodes •

Fit in Six Minutes a Week

If you were told you could get fit with just a few minutes of exercise a week would you believe it? Anja Taylor looks at whether exercise impacts aging and if changes in your mitochondria resulting from exercise effectively retard aging.

2017 • Health

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