Addressing Inactivity Among Low-Income Communities

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[Graphic courtesy of SFIA]
[Graphic courtesy of SFIA]

According to the 2018 Sports & Fitness Industry Association Topline Participation Report, during the period of 2012 to 2017, rates of inactivity among the poorest households (measured as those whose income is less than $25,000) has increased, while the opposite can be said of more affluent houses. As the SFIA puts it: "The affluent are getting more active while the less affluent are becoming more inactive."

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