New Zealand Woman’s Weekly

Let’s get PHYSICAL

Being active does wonders for our health and boosts our energy so we can fit more into our day. Alarmingly, statistics reveal that almost half of New Zealanders aren’t meeting the guidelines of 30 minutes daily physical activity. Here’s why you need to get fit and stay fit, and how post-workout rest and recovery are vital for a long and fulfilling life.

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