If you do this one thing, you’ll be 300% less likely to die from a stroke or heart attack than if you can’t do it.
The good news is that it’s quite easy to master this skill-and save your life in the process.
And you can do this at home without a visit to the doctor.
In a new study presented at EuroEcho-Imaging 2018, a European Society of Cardiology conference, researchers asked 12,615 subjects to run on a treadmill, gradually increasing the intensity of the exercise and continuing to do so until the participants could do no more.
They did this to test something called functional capacity, which is essentially how long you can work out at a high capacity without having to take a break.
Five years after this study, 1,253 people from this group had died of cardiovascular causes, 670 had died of cancer, and 650 had died of other causes.
Those with poor functional capacity were almost three times more likely to die of cardiovascular diseases, such as stroke and heart attack.
You can easily test your functional capacity at home.
If you can run fast up four floors of stairs without stopping, then you have good functional capacity. If not, then it is time to start training.
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