How many Americans exercise regularly?
According to the 2006 ACSM consensus, less than 2/3 of adults in the US get the recommended minimum amount of exercise per week (20-30 minutes of moderate intensity exercise AT LEAST 2 to 3 days/week, but ideally 5 days/week).
Yes, there is a such thing as average weight. Average weight is the weight of a person (boy or girl) that eats healthily, regularly, and exercises regularly. After many people eat healthily, regularly, and exercise regularly, those people of the same gender weigh around the same, plus or minus a few pounds and other conditions. This is the average weight, where exercise and eating are in moderation. Also, genetics takes a play in your weight…
People who exercise regularly, eat a healthy diet, and manage stress are less likely to have heart disease. A healthy lifestyle will offset internal risk factors such as age, gender, family history, and ethnicity. Many ethnic groups, including African Americans, have an increased risk of heart disease.