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Jordana Salma, Allyson Jones, Savera Aziz Ali, Bukola Salami and Shelby Yamamoto

, Kobayashi, & Khamisa, 2013 ; Newbold & Filice, 2006 ). In recent years, increasing attention has been paid to maximize functional ability to endorse aging in place and includes calls for further research on diverse populations ( Beard et al., 2016 ). Physical activity guidelines recommend at least 150

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Sharon E. Taverno Ross

This paper provides an overview of the growing U.S. Latino population, the obesity disparity experienced by this population, and the role of parents and physical activity in promoting a healthy weight status in Latino preschool children. The main portion of this paper reviews seven intervention

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Oleg Zaslavsky, Yan Su, Eileen Rillamas-Sun, Inthira Roopsawang and Andrea Z. LaCroix

is that fatigue is triggered by a physiological decline in an aerobic capacity (VO 2 ) that commonly occurs as a consequence of an age-related loss of skeletal muscle mass ( Avlund, 2010 ). Specifically, with aging, the oxygen cost of activity consumes a larger proportion of an individual’s maximum

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Shannon S.C. Herrick and Lindsay R. Duncan

; Fredriksen-Goldsen, Kim, & Barkan, 2011 ; Institute of Medicine Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health, 2011 ). Many of the chronic diseases being diagnosed differentially across LGBTQ+ communities can be prevented or mitigated through regular engagement with physical activity. However

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Jeremy A. Steeves, Catrine Tudor-Locke, Rachel A. Murphy, George A. King, Eugene C. Fitzhugh, David R. Bassett, Dane Van Domelen, John M. Schuna Jr and Tamara B. Harris

Regular participation in physical activity (PA) lowers the risk of many diseases, 1 – 3 while large amounts of sedentary time (4 or more hours of TV per day), specifically sitting, have been associated with increased risk for many negative health outcomes. 4 , 5 Considering 30% of US adults in

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Tina Smith, Sue Reeves, Lewis G. Halsey, Jörg Huber and Jin Luo

decrease in physical activity has been shown to have an inverse relationship with body mass. 3 , 4 Furthermore, obese people who undertake more physical activity have been shown to be metabolically healthier than their less active counterparts. 5 , 6 It is still unclear as to the effects of being

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Alanna Weisberg, Alexandre Monte Campelo, Tanzeel Bhaidani and Larry Katz

Over the past decades, researchers and health care professionals have issued a clarion call for increased physical activity (PA) for a growing and predominantly sedentary older adult population ( Statistics Canada, 2012 ; Tedesco, Barton, & O’Flynn, 2017 ; Vuori, 2018 ). The World Health

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Kelly R. Evenson and Camden L. Spade

wearables, based on a 2018 survey of more than 2,000 health professionals from around the world, “wearable technology” was considered the leading fitness trend ( Thompson, 2019 ). Activity trackers, a subset of wearables, have quickly caught on for personal use, such as to promote changes in physical

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Florian Herbolsheimer, Stephanie Mosler, Richard Peter and the ActiFE Ulm Study Group

determinants of mortality showed that the effects of social isolation were comparable with those of smoking and even exceed other well-known risk factors for mortality ( Holt-Lunstad, Smith, & Layton, 2010 ). Physical activity might be one factor that mediates the relationship between social isolation and

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E. Kipling Webster, Leah E. Robinson and Danielle D. Wadsworth

Physical activity in early childhood is a critical aspect of healthy development. 1 Evidence has shown that physical activity levels and sedentary behaviors track throughout childhood 2 ; therefore, integrating appropriate physical activity habits at an early age may promote and sustain future