Dr Qiang Guo, Lecturer in College of Physical Education, Ningbo University, China (China) - Research Article
4. ISPAH Early Career Network
This study conducts an epidemiological investigation to understand the distribution of physical activity, sedentary behavior, and their relations with social support from parents and exercise benefits at the individual and family level.
Gavin Turrell, Belinda A Hewitt, Jerome N Rachele, Billie Giles-Corti, Lucy Busija, Wendy J Brown (Australia) - Research Article
866. Do active modes of transport cause lower body mass index? Findings from the HABITAT longitudinal study
These two papers use data from the HABITAT (How Areas in Brisbane Influence healTh And acTivity) study. HABITAT is a longitudinal multi-level study of physical activity among people aged 40 years and over living in Brisbane. With over 11,000 participants and 200 neighbourhoods, it is one of the largest studies of its kind.
Yan, A.F., Wang, Y. and Ng, A.V. (United States) - Research Article
865. Physical activity and annual medical outlay in U.S. colorectal, breast and prostate cancer survivors
Review how studies of cancer survivors reveal positive effects of physical activity (PA) on reducing risk of cancer recurrence, other chronic conditions, and secondary cancer.
Barbara J Jefferis, Tessa J Parsons, Claudio Sartini, Sarah Ash, Lucy T Lennon, Olia Papacosta, Richard W Morris, S. Goya Wannamethee, I -Min Lee, Peter H Whincup (United Kingdom) - Research Article
864. Objectively measured physical activity, sedentary behaviour and all-cause mortality in older men: does volume of activity matter more than pattern of accumulation?
Understand how device-measured sedentary behaviour and physical activity are related to all-cause mortality in older men, an age group with high levels of inactivity and sedentary behaviour.
Karim Abu-Omar, Alfred Rütten, Ionut Burlacu, Valentin Schätzlein, Sven Messing, Marc Suhrcke (Germany) - Research Article
862. The cost-effectiveness of physical activity interventions: A systematic review of reviews
This systematic review of reviews set out to take stock of the evidence on the cost-effectiveness of physical activity interventions.
Dr Jordan Smith, Lecturer in Health and Physical Education (Australia) - Research Article
3. ISPAH Early Career Network
The aim of this study is to examine the prevalence and correlates of adolescents’ resistance training skill competence.
Diana P Pozuelo-Carrascosa, Antonio García-Hermoso, Celia Álvarez-Bueno, Mairena Sánchez-López, Vicente Martinez-Vizcaino (Spain) - Research Article
863. Effectiveness of school-based physical activity programmes on cardiorespiratory fitness in children: a meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
This systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials adds to our understanding of the contribution of school-based programs to the specific outcome of cardiorespiratory fitness of children.
Kabir Sadarangani (Chile) - Research Article
2. ISPAH Early Career Network
To investigate the relationship between active travel and metabolic syndrome and its components in a national representative sample of Chilean adults.
Claire R. Jenkin, Rochelle M. Eime, Hans Westerbeek, Grant O’Sullivan and Jannique G. Z. van Uffelen (Australia) - Research Article
860. Sport and ageing: a systematic review of the determinants and trends of participation in sport for older adults
Increasing global physical activity levels to enhance health and wellbeing across the life course cannot be achieved by a single sector alone. The unique and critical contribution of sport to the continuum of all-encompassing leisure time activity is becoming increasingly recognised across Government sectors.
Ina Becker, Birgit Wallmann-Sperlick, Robert Rupp, Jens Bucksch (Germany) - Research Article
859. Workplace Interventions to Reduce Sedentary Behavior: A Systematic Review
This systematic review investigates the extent to which interventions aid in the reduction of sedentary behaviour among office workers, and explores a range of variables which moderate intervention effects.