Ad Blocker Detected
Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.
Experts and doctors keep telling us that regular exercise is good for our health, but according to a new survey, a lot of people just don’t listen.
A new poll of over 1,500 adults shows:
- 39.4% of people don’t exercise every week.
- 22.5% exercise once or twice a week.
- And only 7% exercise every day.
- Women are more likely than men to say that they never exercise (54.1% vs. 45.8%).
- Though women are more likely to say they exercise once or twice a week.
- The 35 to 54 year olds are more likely to say that they never exercise.
- And getting older doesn’t stop people from exercising.
- In fact, Americans 65 and over are less likely to say they never exercise.
- Only 36.8% of those over 65 say they never exercise, while 46.8% say they exercise at least three times a week.
- The 18- to 24-year-olds say they are 26% more likely to never do sports than the 65-year-olds and older.
- Mississippi is the least active state with 65.4% of people saying they ever did exercise, followed by Mississippi (56%).
- Minnesota is the most active state, with only 18.8% saying they never exercise, followed by California (26.8%).