The research is good news for people who struggle to meet physical activity guidelines that recommend at least (150) minutes of weekly moderate-intensity exercise, like brisk walking or bicycling.
The new analysis found that about eight minutes of isometric exercise, three times a week, can lead to a meaningful reduction in blood pressure.
A study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine indicates that isometric exercises, such as wall sits or wall squats, may be more effective in lowering blood pressure compared to other exercise types, including aerobic exercises, weight training, and high-intensity interval training.
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