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Latest Publications and Research on Walking for Fitness and Weight Loss

Int J Obes (Lond)  2020 Jan 28  

Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of The Daily Mile on childhood weight outcomes and wellbeing: a cluster randomised controlled trial.

Breheny K, Passmore S, Adab P, Martin J, Hemming K, Lancashire ER, Frew E

The Daily Mile is designed to increase physical activity levels with children running or walking around school grounds for 15-min daily. It has been a... Read More

Source: PubMed


J Sport Exerc Psychol  2020 Jan 25  

"I Just Like the Feeling of It, Outside Being Active": Pupils' Experiences of a School-Based Running Program, a Qualitative Study.

Chalkley AE, Routen AC, Harris JP, Cale LA, Gorely T, Sherar LB

School-based running programs that promote daily (or regular) walking/jogging/running are an emerging public health initiative. However, evaluation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

Scand J Med Sci Sports  2020 Jan 30  

Dose-response relationship of active commuting to work: Results of the GISMO Study.

Schmied C, Loidl M, Rossi V, Fernandez La Puente de Battre MD, Reich B, Niebauer J, Niederseer D

The positive health benefits of regular exercise, particularly regarding cardiovascular risk and diseases, are well recognized and scientifically evid... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur Rev Aging Phys Act    

Associations of physical activity in detailed intensity ranges with body composition and physical function. a cross-sectional study among sedentary older adults.

Savikangas T, Tirkkonen A, Alen M, Rantanen T, Fielding RA, Rantalainen T, Sipilä S

Physical activity is crucial to maintain older adults' health and functioning, but the health benefits of particular activity intensities remain uncle... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Psychol    

Minimum Time Dose in Nature to Positively Impact the Mental Health of College-Aged Students, and How to Measure It: A Scoping Review.

Meredith GR, Rakow DA, Eldermire ERB, Madsen CG, Shelley SP, Sachs NA

Background: Across the U.S., college and university students exhibit high levels of stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. While... Read More

Source: PubMed

Int J Obes (Lond)  2020 Jan 28  

Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of The Daily Mile on childhood weight outcomes and wellbeing: a cluster randomised controlled trial.

Breheny K, Passmore S, Adab P, Martin J, Hemming K, Lancashire ER, Frew E

The Daily Mile is designed to increase physical activity levels with children running or walking around school grounds for 15-min daily. It has been a... Read More

Source: PubMed

J Sport Exerc Psychol  2020 Jan 25  

"I Just Like the Feeling of It, Outside Being Active": Pupils' Experiences of a School-Based Running Program, a Qualitative Study.

Chalkley AE, Routen AC, Harris JP, Cale LA, Gorely T, Sherar LB

School-based running programs that promote daily (or regular) walking/jogging/running are an emerging public health initiative. However, evaluation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

Scand J Med Sci Sports  2020 Jan 30  

Dose-response relationship of active commuting to work: Results of the GISMO Study.

Schmied C, Loidl M, Rossi V, Fernandez La Puente de Battre MD, Reich B, Niebauer J, Niederseer D

The positive health benefits of regular exercise, particularly regarding cardiovascular risk and diseases, are well recognized and scientifically evid... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur Rev Aging Phys Act    

Associations of physical activity in detailed intensity ranges with body composition and physical function. a cross-sectional study among sedentary older adults.

Savikangas T, Tirkkonen A, Alen M, Rantanen T, Fielding RA, Rantalainen T, Sipilä S

Physical activity is crucial to maintain older adults' health and functioning, but the health benefits of particular activity intensities remain uncle... Read More

Source: PubMed

Scand J Med Sci Sports  2020 Jan 30  

Dose-response relationship of active commuting to work: Results of the GISMO Study.

Schmied C, Loidl M, Rossi V, Fernandez La Puente de Battre MD, Reich B, Niebauer J, Niederseer D

The positive health benefits of regular exercise, particularly regarding cardiovascular risk and diseases, are well recognized and scientifically evid... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur Rev Aging Phys Act    

Associations of physical activity in detailed intensity ranges with body composition and physical function. a cross-sectional study among sedentary older adults.

Savikangas T, Tirkkonen A, Alen M, Rantanen T, Fielding RA, Rantalainen T, Sipilä S

Physical activity is crucial to maintain older adults' health and functioning, but the health benefits of particular activity intensities remain uncle... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Psychol    

Minimum Time Dose in Nature to Positively Impact the Mental Health of College-Aged Students, and How to Measure It: A Scoping Review.

Meredith GR, Rakow DA, Eldermire ERB, Madsen CG, Shelley SP, Sachs NA

Background: Across the U.S., college and university students exhibit high levels of stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. While... Read More

Source: PubMed

Int J Obes (Lond)  2020 Jan 28  

Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of The Daily Mile on childhood weight outcomes and wellbeing: a cluster randomised controlled trial.

Breheny K, Passmore S, Adab P, Martin J, Hemming K, Lancashire ER, Frew E

The Daily Mile is designed to increase physical activity levels with children running or walking around school grounds for 15-min daily. It has been a... Read More

Source: PubMed

J Sport Exerc Psychol  2020 Jan 25  

"I Just Like the Feeling of It, Outside Being Active": Pupils' Experiences of a School-Based Running Program, a Qualitative Study.

Chalkley AE, Routen AC, Harris JP, Cale LA, Gorely T, Sherar LB

School-based running programs that promote daily (or regular) walking/jogging/running are an emerging public health initiative. However, evaluation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Psychol    

Minimum Time Dose in Nature to Positively Impact the Mental Health of College-Aged Students, and How to Measure It: A Scoping Review.

Meredith GR, Rakow DA, Eldermire ERB, Madsen CG, Shelley SP, Sachs NA

Background: Across the U.S., college and university students exhibit high levels of stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. While... Read More

Source: PubMed

Int J Obes (Lond)  2020 Jan 28  

Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of The Daily Mile on childhood weight outcomes and wellbeing: a cluster randomised controlled trial.

Breheny K, Passmore S, Adab P, Martin J, Hemming K, Lancashire ER, Frew E

The Daily Mile is designed to increase physical activity levels with children running or walking around school grounds for 15-min daily. It has been a... Read More

Source: PubMed

J Sport Exerc Psychol  2020 Jan 25  

"I Just Like the Feeling of It, Outside Being Active": Pupils' Experiences of a School-Based Running Program, a Qualitative Study.

Chalkley AE, Routen AC, Harris JP, Cale LA, Gorely T, Sherar LB

School-based running programs that promote daily (or regular) walking/jogging/running are an emerging public health initiative. However, evaluation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

Scand J Med Sci Sports  2020 Jan 30  

Dose-response relationship of active commuting to work: Results of the GISMO Study.

Schmied C, Loidl M, Rossi V, Fernandez La Puente de Battre MD, Reich B, Niebauer J, Niederseer D

The positive health benefits of regular exercise, particularly regarding cardiovascular risk and diseases, are well recognized and scientifically evid... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur Rev Aging Phys Act    

Associations of physical activity in detailed intensity ranges with body composition and physical function. a cross-sectional study among sedentary older adults.

Savikangas T, Tirkkonen A, Alen M, Rantanen T, Fielding RA, Rantalainen T, Sipilä S

Physical activity is crucial to maintain older adults' health and functioning, but the health benefits of particular activity intensities remain uncle... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Psychol    

Minimum Time Dose in Nature to Positively Impact the Mental Health of College-Aged Students, and How to Measure It: A Scoping Review.

Meredith GR, Rakow DA, Eldermire ERB, Madsen CG, Shelley SP, Sachs NA

Background: Across the U.S., college and university students exhibit high levels of stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. While... Read More

Source: PubMed

Int J Obes (Lond)  2020 Jan 28  

Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of The Daily Mile on childhood weight outcomes and wellbeing: a cluster randomised controlled trial.

Breheny K, Passmore S, Adab P, Martin J, Hemming K, Lancashire ER, Frew E

The Daily Mile is designed to increase physical activity levels with children running or walking around school grounds for 15-min daily. It has been a... Read More

Source: PubMed

J Sport Exerc Psychol  2020 Jan 25  

"I Just Like the Feeling of It, Outside Being Active": Pupils' Experiences of a School-Based Running Program, a Qualitative Study.

Chalkley AE, Routen AC, Harris JP, Cale LA, Gorely T, Sherar LB

School-based running programs that promote daily (or regular) walking/jogging/running are an emerging public health initiative. However, evaluation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

Scand J Med Sci Sports  2020 Jan 30  

Dose-response relationship of active commuting to work: Results of the GISMO Study.

Schmied C, Loidl M, Rossi V, Fernandez La Puente de Battre MD, Reich B, Niebauer J, Niederseer D

The positive health benefits of regular exercise, particularly regarding cardiovascular risk and diseases, are well recognized and scientifically evid... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur Rev Aging Phys Act    

Associations of physical activity in detailed intensity ranges with body composition and physical function. a cross-sectional study among sedentary older adults.

Savikangas T, Tirkkonen A, Alen M, Rantanen T, Fielding RA, Rantalainen T, Sipilä S

Physical activity is crucial to maintain older adults' health and functioning, but the health benefits of particular activity intensities remain uncle... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Psychol    

Minimum Time Dose in Nature to Positively Impact the Mental Health of College-Aged Students, and How to Measure It: A Scoping Review.

Meredith GR, Rakow DA, Eldermire ERB, Madsen CG, Shelley SP, Sachs NA

Background: Across the U.S., college and university students exhibit high levels of stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. While... Read More

Source: PubMed

Scand J Med Sci Sports  2020 Jan 30  

Dose-response relationship of active commuting to work: Results of the GISMO Study.

Schmied C, Loidl M, Rossi V, Fernandez La Puente de Battre MD, Reich B, Niebauer J, Niederseer D

The positive health benefits of regular exercise, particularly regarding cardiovascular risk and diseases, are well recognized and scientifically evid... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur Rev Aging Phys Act    

Associations of physical activity in detailed intensity ranges with body composition and physical function. a cross-sectional study among sedentary older adults.

Savikangas T, Tirkkonen A, Alen M, Rantanen T, Fielding RA, Rantalainen T, Sipilä S

Physical activity is crucial to maintain older adults' health and functioning, but the health benefits of particular activity intensities remain uncle... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Psychol    

Minimum Time Dose in Nature to Positively Impact the Mental Health of College-Aged Students, and How to Measure It: A Scoping Review.

Meredith GR, Rakow DA, Eldermire ERB, Madsen CG, Shelley SP, Sachs NA

Background: Across the U.S., college and university students exhibit high levels of stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. While... Read More

Source: PubMed

Int J Obes (Lond)  2020 Jan 28  

Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of The Daily Mile on childhood weight outcomes and wellbeing: a cluster randomised controlled trial.

Breheny K, Passmore S, Adab P, Martin J, Hemming K, Lancashire ER, Frew E

The Daily Mile is designed to increase physical activity levels with children running or walking around school grounds for 15-min daily. It has been a... Read More

Source: PubMed

J Sport Exerc Psychol  2020 Jan 25  

"I Just Like the Feeling of It, Outside Being Active": Pupils' Experiences of a School-Based Running Program, a Qualitative Study.

Chalkley AE, Routen AC, Harris JP, Cale LA, Gorely T, Sherar LB

School-based running programs that promote daily (or regular) walking/jogging/running are an emerging public health initiative. However, evaluation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

Comments

drsuresh1 Saturday, January 22, 2011

walking is best exercise-can control bp-diabetes to some extent...but but to loose wt with just walking is most difficult....requires much effort....

sharoha1953 Saturday, January 22, 2011

It is best to walk whenver , wherever , however but walk we must , it is the surest way to a better me and you

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