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What's the minimum amount of exercise you need to stay healthy during 2019?
Australia's national exercise guidelines (yes, the government has done the work for us) suggest accumulating 150 to 300 minutes of "moderate intensity" physical activity, or 75 to 150 minutes of "vigorous intensity" physical activity, each week (or an equivalent combination of both).
That's an absolute minimum of two and a half hours of moderate intensity activity, or one and a half hours of high-intensity activity, per week to stay healthy. (Ideally, you'd be doing double that.)
The guidelines also recommend doing muscle-strengthening activities at least two days each week, and minimising the amount of time spent sitting.