Inactivity has a Cost

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In 2013, the total cost burden of physical inactivity on the Australian economy was $805 million, including $640 million in direct costs and $165 million in productivity losses. By now it’s over a billion dollars, with an unknown multiplier effect in healthcare. But if the health of the economy doesn’t motivate you, maybe it’s your own health that does. Either invest now or pay heavily later.

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