Patterns in sedentary and exercise behaviors and associations with overweight in 9-14-year-old boys and girls - a cross-sectional study
- Why weights? // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Aug96, Vol. 57 Issue 8, p25
Cites research conducted by American Sports Data Inc. and the Fitness Products Council on the similar reasons shared by men and women for exercising. Weight control as women's first priority; Muscle toning as men's first priority.
- RAZLIKE U TJELESNOJ AKTIVNOSTI IZMEï¿½U MUï¿½KARACA I ï¿½ENA OBOLJELIH OD DIABETES MELLITUSA. Rada�, Josipa; Furjan.-Mandic, Gordana; Ru�ic, Lana // Croatian Sports Medicine Journal / Hrvatski sportskomediciniski ;2012, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p24
Physical activity is one of the most important factors in treating diabetes mellitus. Even though many physicians strongly recommend it, some of the patients are reluctant to enroll. Aim of this study was to determine the amount of the physical activity in diabetic patients and to explore for...
- RISK PREFERENCES AND GENDER DIFFERENCES IN RELIGIOUSNESS: EVIDENCE FROM THE WORLD VALUES SURVEY. Freese, Jeremy // Review of Religious Research;Sep2004, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p88
Gender differences in risk preferences have been proposed to explain a large part of the widespread gender difference in religiousness. Using the same data and models that were used for a recent test of more general claims about the relationship between risk preference and religiousness, this...
- ON ESTIMATING SEX DIFFERENCES IN EARNINGS. De Tray, Dennis N.; Greenberg, David H. // Southern Economic Journal;Oct77, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p348
Focuses on the estimation of sex differences in earnings. Consideration of skill-related characteristics through multiple regression analysis; Existence of market wage discrimination; Reference to the hedonic wage equations.
- An Active Lifestyle Explains Sex Differences in Physical Performance in Children before Puberty. // Collegium Antropologicum;Jun2010, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p487
No abstract available.
- Gender variation of exercise-induced anti-arrhythmic protection: the Ikaria Study. Oikonomou, E.; Chrysohoou, C.; Tsiachris, D.; Vogiatzi, G.; Gialafos, E.; Marinos, G.; Tsitsinakis, G.; Dimitriadis, K.; Tousoulis, D.; Pitsavos, C.; Stefanadis, C. // QJM: An International Journal of Medicine;Dec2011, Vol. 104 Issue 12, p1035
Background: Regular physical activity (PA) has shown substantial cardiac benefits. We sought to investigate whether habitual PA is associated with changes of the electrical action potential duration, as it is represented by the QT duration on a rest ECG, in a population based sample of...
- PERCEIVED NEIGHBORHOOD ENVIRONMENTS AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN AN ELDERLY. Mota, Jorge; Lacerda, Alexandra; Santos, Maria Paula; Ribeiro, JosÉ Carlos; Carvalho, Joana // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Apr2007, Vol. 104 Issue 2, p438
Increasing evidence indicates the importance of environmental variables in explaining physical activity. This study evaluated sex differences in perception of home and neighborhood environmental support and assessed which neighborhood environmental variables were associated with reported...
- Validation of Maximal Heart Rate Prediction Equations Based on Sex and Physical Activity Status. ROY, STEPHEN; MCCRORY, JEAN // International Journal of Exercise Science;2015, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p318
The purpose of the study was to determine if measured maximal heart rate (HRmax) was affected by sex or aerobic training status, and to determine the accuracy of three common clinical age-prediction maximal heart rate regression equations used to predict HRmax: HRmax = 220 - age, HRmax = 226 -...
- Casi la mitad de los menores sufren sobrepeso. RODRÍGUEZ MARTÍN, MANUEL // Cuadernos de PedagogÃa;sep2011, Issue 415, p12
No abstract available.