Obese Americans Get Less Than 4 Hours Of Exercise Per Year

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Obese Americans Get Less Than 4 Hours Of Exercise Per Year

According to a new study from researchers at the University of Alabama, the average obese American gets fewer than 4 hours of “vigorous exercise” per year, with obese men averaging 3.6 hours of vigorous exercise per year and obese women getting about an hour. What do you think?

  • "They're missing out on one of the great joys of life: bragging about your exercise routine."

    Gabrielle Strause
    Capture Manager
  • "Yeah, but that's not their thing. Partying and doing cannonballs into swimming pools is their thing."

    Royce McGowan
    Bank Chairman
  • "Thank god I'm a lean, mean, 6-hours-of-exercise-per-year machine."

    Dustin Peerce
    Career Consultant