There is research that has indicated that any form of exercise (i.e., aerobic, resistance training, etc.) will help to ameliorate cholesterol levels. What's important is not what type but rather how often and for how long that really matters. In other words, the type and intensity of exercise is not as relevant as the frequency and duration of exercise to impact blood cholesterol levels. Therefore, it would be wise to exercise more often (e.g., 3 to 5 times weekly) for 30 to 60 minutes per workout.
Brian Danley, CFT
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I'm a personal trainer who loves to help others fulfill their health and fitness goals. I consider myself a bodybuilder in that I live the lifestyle of eating healthy food, working out regularly, and sculpting my body.