Research published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings showed that an average obese woman engaged in just one hour of vigorous exercise a year, while obese men got less than four hours. "We didn't realize we were that sedentary," one researcher said. The researchers emphasized that even small changes in activity levels can have a big effect on weight and health.
Obese Americans get very little vigorous exercise annually
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