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Pazit Levinger and Keith D. Hill

needed that targets physical activity as a priority. In early 2020, the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) created a global health crisis with devastating health, social, and economic impacts. Despite the changes we have experienced, the crisis also presents an opportunity to positively impact creativity

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Deborah Salvo, Andrea Ramírez Varela, and Alejandra Jáuregui

Physical inactivity has been defined as a global pandemic since 2012, 1 given its high prevalence across borders and regions of the world. Unfortunately, physical inactivity remains a global health crisis, with approximately 1 in 4 adults and 8 in 10 adolescents not achieving minimum aerobic

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Steven J. Elmer and Kelly B. Kamm

We called upon health science students to “practice what they preach” and help during a global health crisis. Consequently, these students were provided with invaluable learning experiences beyond the classroom that supported their professional development. We are committed to continuing to increase

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Robert A.J. Walker and Kazuhiro Harada

Physical inactivity continues to be a global health crisis. Despite estimations that meeting physical activity guidelines could save up to 5 million lives per year, worldwide physical activity levels have not improved since 2001 ( World Health Organization, 2020 ). This is no different for older