Oxford is one of the cheapest cities to maintain a healthy lifestyle, according to research by a sports company.
Sports professionals at BarBend looked at the average price of gym memberships, rice of tennis courts to rent and how much basic fruit and veg costs in the area.
This was all divided by the average salary of people living in each city.
The fifth cheapest city to maintain a healthy routine in the UK is Oxford.
The city has the fourth highest monthly gym membership costs at around £39 and one of the higher prices to rent a tennis court at £11.38.
With the average monthly salary at around £2,896 however, total health costs in Oxford equate to just 3.47 per cent of the average weekly salary.
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