Choice of activity-intensity classification thresholds impacts upon accelerometer-assessed physical activity-health relationships in children
AuthorsBailey, Daniel Paul
Boddy, Lynne M.
Savory, Louise A.
Denton, Sarah J.
Kerr, Catherine J.
Earnest, Conrad P.
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AbstractIt is unknown whether using different published thresholds (PTs) for classifying physical activity (PA) impacts upon activity-health relationships. This study explored whether relationships between PA (sedentary [SED], light PA [LPA], moderate PA [MPA], moderate-to-vigorous PA, vigorous PA [VPA]) and health markers differed in children when classified using three different PTs.
CitationBailey, D.P., Boddy, L.M., Savory, L.A., Denton, S.J. and Kerr, C.J. (2013) 'Choice of Activity-Intensity Classification Thresholds Impacts upon Accelerometer-Assessed Physical Activity-Health Relationships in Children, PLoS ONE, 8(2).
PublisherPublic Library of Science
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