Cardiorespiratory fitness is associated with hard and light intensity physical activity but not time spent sedentary in 10–14 year old schoolchildren: the HAPPY study
AuthorsDenton, Sarah J.
Trenell, Michael I.
Savory, Louise A.
Bailey, Daniel Paul
Kerr, Catherine J.
Broyles, Stephanie T.
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AbstractSedentary behaviour is a major risk factor for developing chronic diseases and is associated with low cardiorespiratory fitness in adults. It remains unclear how sedentary behaviour and different physical activity subcomponents are related to cardiorespiratory fitness in children. The purpose of this study was to assess how sedentary behaviour and different physical activity subcomponents are associated with 10–14 year-old schoolchildren's cardiorespiratory fitness.
CitationDenton, S.J., Trenell, M.I., Plötz, T., et al. (2013) 'Cardiorespiratory Fitness Is Associated with Hard and Light Intensity Physical Activity but Not Time Spent Sedentary in 10–14 Year Old Schoolchildren: The HAPPY Study', PLoS ONE, 8 (4).
PublisherPublic Library of Science
PubMed Central IDPMC3618292
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