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Americans Want to be Fit, but Most Don't Put in the Effort

from HealthDay News via WXIX-TV

Most Americans want to be in better shape, but few are putting in the work to get there, a new survey shows.

More than three-quarters of U.S. adults said that being in shape and looking good were "very important" to them, the survey found. A similar number wanted to change something about their body appearance.

Many people judged themselves as "too fat," or worried that they were not physically strong enough.

Despite those feelings, only 31 percent said they make exercise a regular "habit." And 45 percent admitted they weren't active at all, according to ReportLinker, a French technology company that did the survey.

The survey, conducted online in May, included more than 500 U.S. adults. None of the results surprised exercise experts. more


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