What is Sedentary Behaviour?
SBRN Terminology Consensus Project
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TERMINOLOGY CONSENSUS PROJECT
SBRN RELEASES NEW DICTIONARY OF SEDENTARY BEHAVIOUR TERMS
Read the announcement that accompanied the release of SBRN's Terminology Consensus Project on June 10th, 2017.
View the 10 definitions along with caveats and examples for all age groups and functional abilities, available in English and 9 other languages.
Explore the energy expenditure and posture components of the consensus definitions and how they relate to movement behaviours throughout a 24-hour period.
Download the open-source, peer-reviewed manuscript that explains the Terminology Consensus Project process and outcome.
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