July 5, 2012

SBRN Members Present And Meet At ACSM

As with previous meetups at ICDAM and ISBNPA, SBRN recently hosted an informal meetup at the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting in San […]
June 20, 2012

SBRN Updates, and an Important Survey

A lot has happened in the past few months and we thought this would be an excellent time for another quick SBRN update. 1. Sedentary behaviour […]
June 13, 2012

British Heart Foundation Releases Report on Sedentary Behaviour

The British Heart Foundation National Centre has just released an evidence briefing focused on sedentary behaviour.  From their website: The benefits of a physically active lifestyle […]
May 30, 2012

SBRN hosts meetup at ISBNPA in Austin, Texas

Adding to the success of the SBRN meeting at ICDAM in Rome, Dori Rosenberg organized another SBRN meetup at ISBNPA this past week in Austin, Texas.  […]
May 28, 2012

SBRN hosts meetup at ICDAM, with another planned for ACSM for May 31

The Sedentary Behaviour Research Network recently had it’s first “real-world” meetup at the International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods in Rome, Italy.  The event was […]
May 22, 2012

MSSE: Breaks in Sedentary Time Decrease During Childhood

From Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise: Purpose: The frequency of interruptions in sedentary time (sedentary breaks) is an aspect of sedentary behaviors that may […]
May 17, 2012

Sedentary Behaviour in JAMA

In February of this year Dr Ulf Ekelund and colleagues published a study in JAMA examining the combined associations of MVPA and sedentary behaviour with cardiometabolic […]
May 14, 2012

Sedentary Behaviour Featured at The Source

  Sedentary behaviour has been added to The Source, a site which provides introductory sex- and gender-based analyses (SGBA) on prominent topics in women’s health, as well […]
May 8, 2012

Yahoo! News: Long commutes linked to larger waistlines

From Yahoo! News: People who drive long distances to work are more likely to be overweight and have poorer fitness levels than people who live closer […]