|With “lose weight and exercise more” topping the list of New Year’s resolutions and as many as 92 |
To determine where Americans have the best chance of balancing a healthy diet with ample physical activity, WalletHub compared the 100 biggest U.S. cities across 38 key metrics. The dataset ranges from average monthly fitness-club fee to bike score to share of physically inactive adults.
Best Cities for an Active Lifestyle Worst Cities for an Active Lifestyle1Honolulu, HI 91Memphis, TN2Chicago, IL 92Garland, TX3San Francisco, CA 93Toledo, OH4Portland, OR 94Wichita, KS5Seattle, WA 95Arlington, TX6Minneapolis, MN 96Fresno, CA7Washington, DC 97Irving, TX8Denver, CO 98Bakersfield, CA9San Diego, CA 99North Las Vegas, NV10Madison, WI 100Hialeah, FL
Best vs. Worst New York has the most sporting-goods stores (per square root of
Gilbert, Arizona, has the most public golf courses (per square root of
Lincoln, Nebraska, has the most fitness trainers and aerobics instructors per 100,000 residents, 223, which is 7.7 times more than in Corpus Christi, Texas, the city with the fewest at 29.
New York has the most playgrounds (per square root of
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