|Author:||Claude Bouchard,Roy J. Shephard,Thomas Stephens|
|Publisher:||Human Kinetics (February 1, 1994)|
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Physical activity, fitness, and health: International proceedings and .
Physical activity, fitness, and health: International proceedings and consensus statement. CE Bouchard, RJ Shephard, TE Stephens. International Consensus Symposium on Physical Activity, Fitness, and Healt. 1994. Trends over 5 decades in US occupation-related physical activity and their associations with obesity. TS Church, DM Thomas, C Tudor-Locke, PT Katzmarzyk, CP Earnest,. PloS one 6 (5), e19657, 2011.
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by Roy J. Shephard and Claude Bouchard.
Such a consensus provides tional Proceedings and Consensus State- guidance based on scientific evidence. XXlV + 1,055 cially the lack of controlled randomized tripp. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. considerable number of sport science studies.
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The health-related physical fitness, the physical activity levels and dietary intake were assessed of all participants. The data were described as mean and standard deviation
The health-related physical fitness, the physical activity levels and dietary intake were assessed of all participants. The data were described as mean and standard deviation. For comparison between models and non-models was used t independent test for variables normally distributed and U Mann-Whitney test for not normally distributed variables, adopting a level of significance (α) of . 5. It was found difference in total energy between model group and non-model (GM: 1509.
Claude Bouchard, Roy J Shephard, Torrence Stephens.
Part I: Consensus Statement and Introductory Addresses. Part II: Assessment and Determinants of Physical Activity, Fitness, and Health. Part III: Human Adaptation to Physical Activity. Part IV: Physical Activity and Fitness in Disease. Part V: Physical Activity and Fitness in Growth, Reproductive Health, and Ageing. Part VI: The Risks of Exercising. Physical activity, fitness and cancer. In: Bouchard C, Shephard RJ, Stephens T, eds. Champaign, IL (USA): Human Kinetics Publishers, 1994: 633–55. 4. Helmrich SP, Ragland DR, Leung RW, Paffenbarger RS Jr. Physical activity and reduced occurrence of t diabetes mellitus. N Engl J Med1991; 325: 147–52. Physical Activity, Fitness, and Health: International Proceedings and Consensus Statement. Champaign, IL (USA): Human Kinetics Publishers, 1994: 814–31.