One of the longest-running debates in a relationship is often who is lazier, the man or the woman. Scientists have officially declared that women are LAZIER than men. The study is based on the percentage of each gender that is considered INACTIVE. That’s defined as doing less than 30 minutes of moderate activity five days a week or 20 minutes of vigorous activity three times a week.
Lancet published a paper this week examining which countries have the most and least active citizens. For example, only 4.7 percent of Bangladeshi citizens are rated as inactive, while Malta has the highest rate of inactivity, 72 percent of its residents. The findings showed that 34 percent of women in 122 countries are inactive, as opposed to 28 percent of men.
Worldwide, 31.1 percent of adults rank as physically inactive, which is defined as less than 30 minutes of moderate activity 5 days a week or 20 minutes of vigorous activity three times a week.
The scale of physical activity varies greatly from country to country. Interestingly, the results correlate very little to data regarding national life expectancies, despite recent proof that prolonged sitting may shorten life spans. But you didn’t win this one completely, guys. Women still have a higher IQ and they also live longer.