Miami Residents Walk Less Than Any Major City In The U.S.

People in Miami walk less than any other major city in the U.S., according to data collected by Jawbone, which manufactures activity-tracking wristbands.

Miami residents who wore wristbands averaged just 6,734 steps per day, which is 23% less the 8,704 steps that residents of New York averaged.

Worldwide, residents of Stockholm walked more than any other city with an average of 8,876 steps, while residents of Sao Paulo ranked last with 6,254 steps.

The wristbands also collect data on sleep, but there doesn’t appear to be anything atypical about the sleep habits of Miami residents.