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Identifying Primary Healthcare Providers’ Barriers to Prescribing Physical Activity as Medicine in Comparison to their own Physical Activity Level
(East Carolina University, 2016-06-01)
Abstract Objective. To examine healthcare providers' barriers to counseling physical activity to their patients. Then examine the same primary providers' own physical activity level over the course of 7 days (1 week) using ...
Substrate Utilization During Submaximal Exercise in Children with a Severely Obese Mother and Response to Exercise Training
(East Carolina University, 2016-08-18)
The aim of this study was to compare fat metabolism during submaximal exercise in children with a severely obese mother (BMI[greater than or equal to]35 kg/m2) to children with a lean, non-obese mother (BMI[less than or ...
Effects of resveratrol and contractile activity in human skeletal muscle myotubes from severely obese individuals
(East Carolina University, 2016-07-25)
The prevalence of obesity is exponentially increasing worldwide. Although strategies such as exercise, nutritional intervention, and pharmaceutical therapies including resveratrol have been extensively studied in lean or ...
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY DOSE FOR AFFECTIVE RESPONSE IN ACTIVE WOMEN WITH 5+ HOURS OF DAILY SEDENTARY TIME: A PILOT STUDY
The majority of U.S. adults are not sufficiently active to reap health benefits. Affective response to physical activity may be a predictor of long-term adherence to an active lifestyle, with positive affect predicting ...