Louise de Lannoy, PhD Candidate, talks to the Globe and Mail about the benefits of being your fittest

The fitter you are, the better your odds for a long and healthy life. But does it make any difference whether your fitness is the lucky result of good genes rather than hard work at the gym?

In general, of course, people who exercise most also tend to have the highest values of fitness when measured with objective tests like walking or running to the point of exhaustion on a treadmill.

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