50 Cities Getting the Most Exercise

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5. Santa Maria-Santa Barbara, California
> Population: 446,170
> Physically active adults: 86.0% (top 10%)
> Population with access to exercise locations: 95.6% (top 10%)
> Obesity rate: 18.2% (bottom 10%)
> Adults in fair or poor health: 18.4% (top 25%)

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4. Fort Collins, Colorado
> Population: 339,993
> Physically active adults: 87.7% (top 10%)
> Population with access to exercise locations: 92.1% (top 25%)
> Obesity rate: 18.7% (bottom 10%)
> Adults in fair or poor health: 10.0% (bottom 10%)

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3. Santa Cruz-Watsonville, California
> Population: 274,673
> Physically active adults: 86.7% (top 10%)
> Population with access to exercise locations: 96.1% (top 10%)
> Obesity rate: 20.2% (bottom 10%)
> Adults in fair or poor health: 15.7%

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2. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, Colorado
> Population: 2,853,077
> Physically active adults: 86.2% (top 10%)
> Population with access to exercise locations: 97.9% (top 10%)
> Obesity rate: 19.8% (bottom 10%)
> Adults in fair or poor health: 12.8% (bottom 25%)

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1. Boulder, Colorado
> Population: 322,226
> Physically active adults: 91.3% (top 10%)
> Population with access to exercise locations: 97.7% (top 10%)
> Obesity rate: 13.4% (bottom 10%)
> Adults in fair or poor health: 10.8% (bottom 10%)