Hop on a bike. Walk around the neighborhood every day. Lift weights. Try dancing or kickboxing your way through an aerobic
workout. Studies confirm that moderate intensity activity on an almost daily basis (yes, we mean exercising) can reduce cholesterol
levels 10 to 20 percent. It also boosts levels of HDL, or “good” cholesterol.
One more thing: Get a doctor’s O.K. if you’ve been inactive. Otherwise, the American Council on Exercise recommends starting out with 20 minutes of moderate intensity walking four days per week. Build up to one hour of walk-jogging (aerobic classes) six to seven days per week.
Get routines to get you started with our Ultimate Move Finder.