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‘Silly walking’ provides far greater benefits than regular walking

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Comedians John Cleese and Michael Palin delighted British TV audiences more than 50 years ago with their silly walking styles. Now scientists say that perhaps that type of walking is not so silly after all.

A study by American researchers has found that by imitating the comedians and walking inefficiently for only a few minutes daily, adults can attain their physical activity targets more easily and more effectively.

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