Bullied kids don’t exercise.

Seems kinda obvious to anyone who’s been picked on, but Outside is taking a long-term look at how bullying affects kids’ will to work out:

The study, spearheaded by BYU psychology professor Chad Jensen, found that children of all weights who were bullied in P.E. classes or other physical activities displayed an aversion to exercise for as long as a year after the incidents.

Prior studies have linked bullying to decreased physical activity when the bullied were obese or overweight, but the new research finds that the correlation extends to children of normal weight.