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Re: America's Fittest (and fattest) Cities

Postby woodson_28 » Mon May 24, 2010 7:09 pm

Not surprised by the Central US cities ranking higher in "fatness".

I use to live in Olympia, Wa, and every weekend I'd go hiking or climbing or biking or camping at one of the thousands of parks in the area. I moved to the mid-west a few years back, and I find myself going to the movies or watching sports or just sitting around on the weekend now. Kind of sad. Far less outdoor activities around these parts.
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Re: America's Fittest (and fattest) Cities

Postby Metroid » Mon May 24, 2010 9:40 pm

Mookie4ever wrote:
Metroid wrote:3 of the top 10 are from Texas...guess the old saying is true, "Everything is bigger in Texas", including waste lines. :-b

"waste line" Met? Was that on porpoise?

I would like Portland. Running capital of the US ;-D

Yeah being an avid runner, you would like Portland a lot, Eugene too I'm sure. You should visit both cities at some point. I'd recommend doing so in late June early July, those are the best months for ideal running weather I would think. Probably no rain and still mild temps. I say probably, you never know in the northwest.

And sadly "waste line" was not on porpoise....I'm a dumb ass. :-B
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