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Although it is widely accepted that active people are healthier, there is still much to be understood about the relationship between health and exercise. There are many questions to be explored such as "how much?" and "what type of activity?" Also, "are there population differences?" and "what prevents people from being active?" This text considers physical activity and health from a range of perspectives, encompassing many of the traditional academic disciplines, to provide an overview of this developing field.
CHRIS RIDDOCH and JIM McKENNA are based at the Exercise and Health Research Unit, University of Bristol. Chris is Senior Lecturer and Programme Director for MSc in Exercise and Health Science and Jim is a Lecturer in the unit. Their research interests include exercise prescription, cardiovascular disease risk factors in children and effectiveness of physical activity promotion schemes in primary care.
Release date NZ
December 10th, 2002
Edited by Chris Riddoch
Edited by Jim McKenna
Country of Publication
XV, 291 p.
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