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David R. Paul, Ryan McGrath, Chantal A. Vella, Matthew Kramer, David J. Baer and Alanna J. Moshfegh

The significance of the relationship between physical activity and health has been well documented 1 – 4 and has led to the development of public health efforts to increase physical activity, moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) in particular. 5 Similarly, considerable efforts have been

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Elizabeth Lorenzo, Jacob Szeszulski, Michael Todd, Scherezade K. Mama and Rebecca E. Lee

. It was also expected that time spent in AT and moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) would be negatively associated with BMI, SBP, DBP, RHR, and BF. Methods Data Source This study was a secondary analysis of data collected as part of the Health is Power (HIP) study, a longitudinal, multisite

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Robert G. Weaver, Aaron Beighle, Heather Erwin, Michelle Whitfield, Michael W. Beets and James W. Hardin

%perm estimates. Figure 2 —Distribution in estimates produced by the permuted combinations of students by class. MVPA indicates moderate to vigorous physical activity; SOFIT, System for Observing Fitness Instruction Time. The Relationship of Sex and Estimates of MVPA The relationship between the mean number of

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Jonathan Miller, Mark Pereira, Julian Wolfson, Melissa Laska, Toben Nelson and Dianne Neumark-Sztainer

preventable deaths per year globally. 2 , 3 Therefore, it is a high public health priority to promote lifelong physical activity. In the United States, 40% of children less than 12 years of age achieve the recommended 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) per day. 4 By adolescence (13

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Edgard Melo Keene von Koenig Soares, Guilherme E. Molina, Daniel Saint Martin, João Luís A. E. Sadat P. Leitão, Keila E. Fontana, Luiz F. Junqueira Jr., Timóteo Leandro de Araújo, Sandra Mahecha Matsudo, Victor K. Matsudo and Luiz Guilherme Grossi Porto

, one of the most influential documents was published by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2010. 10 All of them recommend at least 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) per week. Albeit this agreement, there are many differences as regard to PA intensity, frequency, and how

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Kathryn J. DeShaw, Laura Ellingson, Yang Bai, Jeni Lansing, Maria Perez and Greg Welk

,942)         (6944.7, 8487.9)  Fitbit Charge 8,897 (4,781) −20.6% (51.6%) 30.0% (46.8%) 3,334 (5,949) 0.76 (8465.2, 9329.5) Note . SIP = sojourns including posture; MVPA = moderate to vigorous physical activity; MPE = mean percent error; MAPE = mean absolute percent error; RMSE = root-mean square error. Figures  1

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Nicholas W. Baumgartner, Anne M. Walk, Caitlyn G. Edwards, Alicia R. Covello, Morgan R. Chojnacki, Ginger E. Reeser, Andrew M. Taylor, Hannah D. Holscher and Naiman A. Khan

.65 (1.20) Sedentary, mean (SEM), % 64.94 (0.96) 64.81 (1.45) 65.12 (1.04) Light, mean (SEM), % 30.31 (0.87) 31.28 (1.29) 28.86 (0.95) MVPA, mean (SEM), % 4.75 (0.36) 3.91 (0.41) 6.02 (0.58) Abbreviations: BMI, body mass index; MVPA, moderate to vigorous physical activity. a Race and ethnicity data were

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Karen C. Smith, Griffin L. Michl, Jeffrey N. Katz and Elena Losina

association between meteorologic and geographic factors and levels of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) of hospital employees participating in a workplace financial incentives program. The specific factors we investigated were snowfall, rainfall, snow depth, temperature, wind speed, urban

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David A. White, Youngha Oh and Erik A. Willis

with 1 study reporting that adolescents accumulating at least 88 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) per day have the lowest metabolic syndrome continuous risk score. 10 Although the relationship between individual and clustered METsRF, physical activity, and cardiorespiratory

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Rachel G. Curtis, Dorothea Dumuid, Timothy Olds, Ronald Plotnikoff, Corneel Vandelanotte, Jillian Ryan, Sarah Edney and Carol Maher

substitution technique has already been used in a number of studies to examine the relationship between time-use behaviors and health and well-being. For example, reallocation away from moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) to sleep, sedentary behavior, or light physical activity (LPA) has been