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Pairoj Saonuam, Niramon Rasri, Kornkanok Pongpradit, Dyah Anantalia Widyastari and Piyawat Katewongsa

youth used active transportation (walking, cycling, using a wheelchair, in-line skating or skateboarding) to get to and from places Sedentary Behaviors D- 25.6% of children and youth met the Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines (5- to 17-year-olds: no more than two hours of recreational screen time

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Kosuke Tamura, Jeffrey S. Wilson, Robin C. Puett, David B. Klenosky, William A. Harper and Philip J. Troped

accelerometer data to classify intensity of PA may be better suited to specific outdoor settings such as trails, where researchers can be more certain that faster speeds are indicative of bicycling or in-line skating, versus driving a car. On average, participants in our study engaged in 45.4 minutes per day

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Aysha M. Thomas, Kayleigh M. Beaudry, Kimbereley L. Gammage, Panagiota Klentrou and Andrea R. Josse

from before entering university (ie, their time in their final grade of high school) compared with university (measured at the end of their first academic year), among males and females. Endurance activities included biking, cross-country skiing, floor hockey, jogging/running, ice skating, in-line