026 - Darum sind Spaziergänge so gesund


In dieser Folge erklären Dir die Sportwissenschaftlerin Nina und der Arzt Olli, warum Spaziergänge so gut für Deine Gesundheit sind.

Blog-Artikel über Spaziergänge: https://www.ergotopia.de/blog/spazieren-gehen

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