Omission of active commuting to school and the prevalence of childrens health-related physical activ

the Russian Longitudinal Monitoring Study Active commuting to school by walking or bicycle is a potential source of continuous moderate activity for children that has been largely ignored in surveys of physical activity. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the analytical impact of omitting active commuting to school (walking or bicycling) on conclusions about childrens physical activity levels
C Tudor-Locke,L Neff,B Ainsworth,C Addy,B Popkin
Blackwell Scientific Publications
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November 2002
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