50 Cities Getting the Most Exercise

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45. Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis, Wisconsin
> Population: 1,572,482
> Physically active adults: 80.1% (top 25%)
> Population with access to exercise locations: 95.8% (top 10%)
> Obesity rate: 30.9%
> Adults in fair or poor health: 14.7%

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44. Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, Illinois
> Population: 9,512,968
> Physically active adults: 79.7%
> Population with access to exercise locations: 96.7% (top 10%)
> Obesity rate: 26.5% (bottom 25%)
> Adults in fair or poor health: 16.1%

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43. Rochester, Minnesota
> Population: 215,884
> Physically active adults: 81.7% (top 25%)
> Population with access to exercise locations: 92.1% (top 25%)
> Obesity rate: 26.1% (bottom 25%)
> Adults in fair or poor health: 10.4% (bottom 10%)

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42. Madison, Wisconsin
> Population: 648,929
> Physically active adults: 83.4% (top 10%)
> Population with access to exercise locations: 88.6% (top 25%)
> Obesity rate: 25.4% (bottom 25%)
> Adults in fair or poor health: 11.5% (bottom 10%)

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41. State College, Pennsylvania
> Population: 161,464
> Physically active adults: 83.6% (top 10%)
> Population with access to exercise locations: 88.1% (top 25%)
> Obesity rate: 26.6%
> Adults in fair or poor health: 13.4% (bottom 25%)