Strava data shows women restricted by daylight hours for exercise - but female Gen Z Brits prove more active than men

Global data reveals women 8% less likely to exercise outside post-sunset

Image shows women exercising
(Image credit: Strava)

Strava always makes a great source for interesting insights into our exercise habits, or, at least, into the self-selected group of people who choose to use that bright orange app for their exercise logging - which, to be fair, is most of us!

In this latest data dump, Strava can reveal that Gen Z women (those aged 18-29) in the UK logged 11 per cent more hours’ physical activity than their male counterparts - and this is despite women, on average, dedicating 15 per cent less time to physical activity than men globally.

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