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It’s Better to Exercise a Little Than Not at All

Athletican Staff March 21, 2019

It’s Better to Exercise a Little Than Not at All

Living with allergies can often keep you from doing what needs to be done like exercising. If you have an extreme allergy to pollen you can’t jog in your neighbourhood when it’s springtime because you’ll be sporting hives and rashes all over your body even before you reach the sidewalk.

When you’re allergic to materials such as latex or spandex you can’t exercise with your bicycle or lift weights at the local gym because you’ll also develop rashes all over your body. So chances are your allergies might keep you from getting fit, but don’t let your condition get the best of you because science says that regular inactivity is just as dangerous as smoking.

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