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Sedentary and Active: Self-Reported Sitting Time among Marathon and Half-Marathon Participants
Journal of Physical Activity and Health
Emerging evidence suggests that combined physical activity (PA) and inactivity may be more important for chronic disease risk than PA alone. A highly active yet highly sedentary population is needed to study this interaction. The present purpose is to describe the sitting habits of a group of recreational runners and determine if sitting varies with reported training duration or anticipated running velocity. Methods: Marathon and half-marathon participants completed the Multicontext Sittingdoi:10.1123/jpah.2011-0420 pmid:23357808 fatcat:smiyxocgpjc4bouymzg5n5sbuu