10 Worst Cities for an Active Lifestyle

Did you know the city you call home can actually play a major role in your fitness level? Whether it’s access to walking trails or outdoor recreation centers, to the average monthly gym fee and even the local weather conditions, your zip code matters.

That’s why WalletHub put together a panel of experts to analyze which U.S. cities rank best and worst for an active lifestyle. Pulling data from sources like the U.S. Census Bureau, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Walk Score, the panel determined which cities have the most physically active populations—and which come up short. You can read the full report and an explanation of the methodology here.

Where does your city rank?

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