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Latino Daily News

Thursday May 16, 2013

Most Active and Laziest U.S. Cities

Most Active and Laziest U.S. Cities

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Men’s Health Magazine recently ranked the most and least active cities in the United States.

The magazine compiled the rankings by studying local habits and culture, the amount of exercise residents did at health clubs and at their homes.  The amount of television watched was taken into account as well.

They also looked into exercise initiative and the degree of the residents’ inactivity.

Finally, Men’s Health explored how much money was spent on video-games as well as their popularity.

Below you will find the most and least active cities in the U.S.

Most Active U.S. Cities

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1. Portland, Oregon
Current population: 593,820
Latino population: 55,819

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2. Boise, Idaho
Current population: 210,145
Latino population: 14,920

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3. Salt Lake City, Utah
Current population: 189,899
Latino population: 42,347

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4. Minneapolis, Minnesota
Current population: 387,753
Latino population: 40,714

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5. St. Paul, Minnesota
Current population: 288,448
Latino population: 27,691

Least Active U.S. Cities

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96. Birmingham, Alabama
Current population: 212,413
Latino population: 7,647

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97. Columbia, South Carolina
Current population: 130,591
Latino population: 5,615

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98. Nashville, Tennessee
Current population: 609,644
Latino population: 60,964

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99. Charleston, West Virginia
Current population: 51,177
Latino population: 716

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100. Jackson, Mississippi
Current population: 175,561
Latino population: 28,090