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Given the importance of the quality of life has for a good development in children and adolescents, a more detailed and comprehensive view on the effect of exercise and sedentary behaviors in the quality of life it is necessary.
This protocol provides a clear and structured procedure for maximizing the extraction of relevant information and provides summarized information regarding the association between PA, fitness, sport and sedentary behaviors, and HRQoL in youth.
The findings of this systematic review could be of interest for researchers, policy makers, and practitioners in the area of PA, education, and health care, providing knowledge as a basis for the development of effective action plans in the field of education and health.
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Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank to the researchers from the Health and Social Research Center for their support during the preparation of this protocol. Ethical approval and consent to participate: Ethical approval will not be needed because the data used in this systematic review will come from published studies and there will be no concerns about privacy.
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J Adolesc Health ; Health-related quality of life, obesity, and fitness in schoolchildren: Physical activity and screen-based media use: Received Dec 19; Accepted Oct This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Data are however available from the authors upon reasonable request and with permission of Veiligheid. Abstract Background Evidence shows that prolonged sitting is associated with an increased risk of mortality, independent of physical activity PA.
The aim of the study was to identify correlates of sedentary time ST in different age groups and day types i. Multiple linear regression analyses on cross-sectional data were used to identify correlates of ST. Results Significant positive associations with ST were observed for: Correlates of ST that significantly differed between day types were working hours and meeting the VPA guideline. Conclusions This study provides new insights in the correlates of ST in different age groups and thus possibilities for interventions in these groups.
Correlates of ST appear to differ between age groups and to a lesser degree between day types. This implies that interventions to reduce ST should be age specific.
Longitudinal studies are needed to draw conclusions on causality of the relationship between identified correlates and ST. Correlates, Sedentary time, Age groups, Working day, School day, Sedentary work, Physical activity Background It is well established that regular engagement in sports activities and moderate to vigorous physical activity MVPA have beneficial effects on health outcomes [ 12 ].
The importance of sufficient physical activity has reached the general public, not the least by the various promotion campaigns in the last decades. In brief, the message of Dutch campaigns were: In this message, the remaining Sedentary behavior is characterized by a sitting or supine posture during waking activity accompanied by low caloric energy expenditure [ 4 ].
In the last decades, people spend more and more time sitting [ 5 ]. In the Netherlands, recent data show that children, adolescents and adults spend on average 7. Furthermore, there is evidence for a positive association between sedentary behavior and risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease [ 10 ], depression [ 11 ] and certain types of cancer [ 912 ].
According to the socio-ecological model, multiple factors that operate at different levels i. At different ages and different day types i. Since interventions are often age specific it is important to have knowledge on age specific correlates of ST. In addition, this knowledge may also help to identify risk groups.
This is one of the first studies that includes almost all age groups, making it possible to compare correlates between age groups because correlates were assessed similarly in all age groups.
In contrast to many other studies our large sample size allowed detailed analyses in small age groups. As a result this is one of the first studies that investigated correlates of ST in several relatively small age groups.
Furthermore, it is largely unknown whether correlates of ST differ between day types. Previous studies compared ST between week days and weekend days and found higher ST on week days [ 1415 ]. A disadvantage of working with week days and weekend days is that some people work or go to school during the weekend. Therefore, the aim of this study is to identify correlates of ST in different age groups children, adolescents, young adults, and older adults and day types.