Some new findings may help you get up and off the couch tonight.
A new study finds the average person who is morbidly obese is sedentary for more than 99-percent of the day.
Morbidly obese means a body mass index of between 40 and nearly 50.
Researchers at a Michigan hospital were interested in just how often people who are morbidly obese stayed active, so they monitored participants over a 72 hour period.
On average, participants spent 23 hours and 52 minutes a day either sleeping or staying sedentary -- and walked less than 25-hundred steps a day.
Experts recommend people walk about 10-thousand steps each day.