Dose-response association between physical activity and sedentary time categories on ageing biomarkers

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“physically active older adults had better physical function and frailty profiles than those considered physically inactive, even in the presence of high sedentary time.”

“Lower sedentary levels were associated with decreased frailty in physically inactive participants.”

“our results highlight the relevance of light-intensity physical activity for inactive older adults”

https://bmcgeriatr.biomedcentral.com/…/10…/s12877-019-1284-y

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Dose-response association between physical activity and sedentary time categories on ageing biomarkers

Physical activity and sedentary behaviour have been suggested to independently affect a number of health outcomes. To what extent different combinations of physical activity and sedentary behaviour may influence physical function and frailty outcomes in older adults is unknown. The aim of this study…

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