Gardening deemed moderate exercise for seniors

01/5/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A study of 14 adults, ages 63 to 86, measured heart rate and oxygen uptake to determine how hard the participants worked at gardening chores. Digging, raking and mulching scored as moderate-intensity exercise, while mixing soil and hand-weeding were considered lower-intensity activities.

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