A fitness web site says Knoxville, Tennessee, tops the list of least fit cities in the U.S.
Sharecare, an online health and wellness site founded by Dr. Oz and Jeff Arnold, pulled results from respondents to the “Real Age Test.”
Sharecare says they examined answers to the test and found Knoxville and Nashville topped the list for where residents exercise the least.
The “Real Age Test” is geared to determine the biological age of your body based on your health status as well as good and bad health habits.
The top ten fittest cities are, in order: Denver; San Fransisco; San Diego; Boston; Sacramento, California; Seattle; Portland, Oregon; Salt Lake City; Los Angeles and Austin, Texas.
The ten least fit cities are, in order: Knoxville; Nashville; Louisville, Kentucky; Memphis; Greenville, South Carolina; Oklahoma City; Columbus, Ohio; Greensboro, North Carolina; Tampa and St. Louis.
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