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13 June 2020

WATCH | Don't exercise too much in quarantine – you could hurt yourself

Home workouts may have become the norm, but be careful not to push your body too far.

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Benefits of physical activity are said to stop at around 300 minutes per week. Beyond this, you may just cause yourself injury.

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