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Everyone is hoping to live longer and The Doctors share this can be achieved by just making sure to exercise daily. They discuss a study that found that getting 13 minutes of daily exercise can extend your life by 3 years.
They acknowledge this can be difficult to do on certain days, but suggest things like taking the stairs instead of the elevator, going for a walk with your family or with a pet, and encourage everyone to try and get those daily steps in regardless of how busy you are.
If you are stuck at home, being active might seem more difficult than ever, but our friend and celebrity trainer Lacey Stone, celebrity trainer from E!’s "Revenge Body," shares 7 moves you can do in the comfort and safety of your your home.
Plus, get even more great exercise and workout tips, suggestions and ideas from The Doctors -- making sure to stay active just may help you live a stronger, healthier and longer life.