Simple Sitting Exercise Tells you Exactly how Long you will Live

According to a study published in the European Journal of Cardiology, a Brazilian physician, Claudio Gil Arujo, along with this colleagues, measured the flexibility of one’s body with the help of this sitting-rising test (SRT). He conducted a study with around 2,000 people, aged between 51-80 years. 

As a result, he found out that the health of all those people who scored below 8 points was at risk, and that they could die within the next six years. Those who scored between 9 to 10 points were the healthiest and had a higher life expectancy.

The test also determined that with each point scored in the SRT, there is an increase of 21 percent in the life expectancy.