Wednesday, October 13, 2010

The U. S. Doesn't Lead the Way

Americans not hitting their walking stride - Yahoo! News: "Americans have got some walking to do if they want to catch up with the rest of the world.

They are far outpaced by Australians, Asians and Europeans who walk much more, according to a new study.

Adults in western Australia average 9,695 steps a day. The Swiss followed with 9,650, while the Japanese clocked in with 7,168 steps. But Americans straggled far behind with just 5,117 steps."


Anonymous said...

Well, we definitely are well above average then.


Cap'n Bob said...

I do that many in a year.