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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...