New 2020 #WHO guidelines on #PhysicalActivity and #SedentaryBehaviour are out.
‼️ Reducing #sedentary behaviours is recommended across all age groups and abilities!
New pub in @SciReports: "Both #sedentary time and physical activity are associated with cardiometabolic health in overweight adults in a 1 month accelerometer measurement". Open access. Link: https://t.co/6NWM2KdCUu
@Em203DarshanR @SedBehaviourRN @BrunelResearch Yes that was the finding from this study. We have however shown in other studies that breaking up prolonged sitting with light, moderate and high intensity physical activities has improved metabolic biomarkers e.g. https://t.co/fX9vxsdJ3y
Agree with you, @activehealthyk1, @reimers_anne & @yolandademetri9! Yes, reduce physical contacts but simultaneously INCREASE #PhysicalActivity (NOT #SedentaryTime) at home! https://t.co/ua2UsuoNSt https://t.co/IPgMEc75h6
@DrDanielBailey @SedBehaviourRN @BrunelResearch Given the current pandemic, do you have any suggestions for the general population to combat the health risks associated with sedentary behaviour?
@DrDanielBailey @SedBehaviourRN @BrunelResearch Hi Dr. Daniel Bailey, your paper concludes that there is no significant cognitive or health improvements when attempting to break up prolonged sitting with resistance exercises.
So here is our paper showing that postprandial glucose levels were higher when breaking up sitting with simple resistance exercises (get your free copy with this link) @BrunelResearch @SedBehaviourRN https://t.co/fLlmjM2bDn
In the new issue of @JAPAjournal: "Reducing #Sitting Time in Obese Older Adults: The I-STAND Randomized Controlled Trial", "Acceptance and Feasibility of Seated Elliptical Pedaling to Replace #Sedentary Behavior in Older Adults", and more. https://t.co/6HSg5k8PUu https://t.co/ReQqCGsXn0
How do office spatial environments influence #sitting time and face-to-face interactions? Check out our new blog post to get an answer. https://t.co/0bmrIMqrcb
Great tip from @ParticipACTION to⬇️#sedentary time! https://t.co/6BR0NDTNaU
New pub: Changes in prolonged #sedentary behaviour across the transition to retirement. Link: https://t.co/qM73pMv6Ct https://t.co/U4fJYFGFuB
"CVD patients had greater amounts of objectively measured #sedentary time compared to healthy controls. #Sedentarism was associated with personal- and lifestyle characteristics, and comorbidities," a recent study found. Check it out: https://t.co/JtmNSmyOFy https://t.co/HWoUX8T8tV
Teachers’ Perspective on Strategies to Reduce #SedentaryBehavior in Educational Institutions - just published @IJERPH_MDPI, open access. https://t.co/ehcMvZ091Y
Check out a recent study looking at changes in total duration and patterns of #Sedentary time and #PhysicalActivity in early childhood and exploring longitudinal associations of these behaviours with #cognitive outcomes. https://t.co/R9f4VKpcxi