More than 40 pushups linked to lower heart disease risk for some

Researchers said middle-aged men who could do the exercise were 96 percent less likely to develop heart problems.
0:18 | 02/19/19

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Transcript for More than 40 pushups linked to lower heart disease risk for some
And a new study involving firefighters those who can do more than forty push up seven lower risk of heart disease. A researchers say they are 96% less likely to help our problems between 31 and forty pushups lowered the risk by 75%. Eleven to twenty pushups. Cutting their risk by 64%. The study and Gemma network open.

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