Increasing Physical Activity: A Practical Guide


Lifestyle Medicine, Physical Activity, and HealthINTRODUCTIONTHE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MODERATE TO VIGOROUS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND THE RISK OF DEVELOPING CHRONIC DISEASESPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND CHRONIC DISEASESCardiovascular DiseasePhysical Activity and Diabetes, Prediabetes and the Metabolic SyndromeThe Metabolic SyndromePHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND WOMEN'S HEALTH, INCLUDING PREGNANCYPHYSICAL ACTIVITY, WEIGHT GAIN, AND OBESITYPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO BRAIN HEALTH AND COGNITIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN YOUTHPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND OLDER ADULTSPHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC CONDITIONSOVERCOMING SEDENTRY BEHAVIORTHE ROLE OF PHYSCIANS IN PROMOTING INCREASED PHYSICAL ACTIVITYEVALUATING PATIENTS FOR INCREASED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND PRESCRIBING INCREASED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS AND SPECIAL POPULATIONSPUBLIC HEALTH CONSIDERATIONSSTEPS IN PROMOTING REGULAR PHYSICAL ACTIVITYCONCLUSIONSCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESBackground and Key Physical Activity ConceptsINTRODUCTIONLIFESTYLE MEDICINE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITYCORE TERMSTYPES OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITIESDOMAINS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITYBODY POSITIONABSOLUTE VERSUS RELATIVE INTENSITYDOSE, VOLUME, AND DOSE/RESPONSEMEASURING PHYSICAL ACTIVITYMONITORING PHYSICAL ACTIVITYPHYSICAL FITNESS VERSUS PHYSICAL ACTIVITYCOMPONENTS OF PHYSICAL FITNESSPHYSICAL ACTIVITY ACROSS THE LIFESPANIDEAL CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTHPRIMORDIAL PREVENTIONOPTIMAL BRAIN HEALTHSAFETY DURING PHYSICAL ACTIVITYPROMOTION OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITYCONCLUSIONSCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESPhysical Activity and Cardiovascular Disease Risk-Reduction and TreatmentINTRODUCTIONTHE SCOPE OF THE PROBLEMPHYSICAL FITNESS VERSUS PHYSICAL ACTIVITYRECOMMENDATIONS FOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITYSTROKEBRAIN HEALTHHYPERTENSIONLIPIDSMETABOLIC SYNDROMEHEART FAILUREDIABETESOBESITYWOMEN AND HEART DISEASECONCLUSIONCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESPhysical Activity and the Prevention and Treatment of CancerINTRODUCTIONTHE ROLE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN CANCER PREVENTIONTHE ROLE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN PRIMARY CANCER PREVENTIONTHE ROLE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN SECONDARY CANCER PREVENTIONTHE ROLE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN TERTIARY CANCER TREATMENTCANCERS FOR WHICH PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SHOWS STRONG EVIDENCE OF PROTECTIVE EFFECTSDEFINING "HEALTH-ENHANCING" PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR CANCER PATIENTSPHYSICAL ACTIVITY, OVERWEIGHT, OBESITY, AND CANCERSEDENTARY BEHAVIOR AND CANCER INCIDENCEPHYSICAL ACTIVITY GUIDELINES FOR CANCER PATIENTSPHYSICAL ACTIVITY GUIDELINES ADHERENCESTRATEGIES FOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INTERVENTIONSCANCER AS A METABOLIC DISEASEFUTURE DIRECTIONS IN RESEARCHCONCLUSIONSCLINICAL IMPLICATIONSREFERENCESPhysical Activity and Diabetes, Prediabetes, and the Metabolic SyndromeINTRODUCTIONTYPES AND CLASSIFICATIONS OF DIABETES AND PREDIABETESADIPOSITY-BASED CHRONIC DISEASETYPES OF EXERCISE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITYPHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN OVERWEIGHT OR OBESE ADULTS WITH T2DMINSULIN ACTION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITYMANAGEMENT OF FOOD AND INSULIN WITH PHYSICAL ACTIVITYPRE-EXERCISE HEALTH SCREENING AND EVALUATIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN PREGNANCY WITH DIABETESMINIMIZING EXERTION OR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY RELATED ADVERSE EVENTSPHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN PREDIABETESCONCLUSIONSCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESPhysical Activity in Women’s HealthINTRODUCTIONALL-CAUSE MORTALITYPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND CORONARY HEART DISEASE (CHD)PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND TYPE 2 DIABETESWEIGHT CONTROLCANCERBREAST HEALTHBRAIN HEALTH/COGNITIVE FUNCTIONPREGNANCY AND POST PARTUMMENOPAUSEBONE HEALTH/OSTEOPOROSISPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND BODY COMPOSITIONSPORTS AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR GIRLS AND WOMENRISKS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITYSUMMARY/CONCLUSIONSCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESPhysical Activity and YouthINTRODUCTIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND CARDIOMETABOLIC HEALTHPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESSPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND MUSCULAR FITNESSBODY WEIGHT AND ADIPOSITYBONE HEALTHPHYSICAL ACTIVITY, SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR, AND HEALTHPHYSICAL ACTIVITY, COGNITIVE FUNCTION, AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FAMILY, SCHOOL, COMMUNITY, AND GOVERNMENT STRATEGIESCONCLUSIONSCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESPhysical Activity in Older AdultsINTRODUCTIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND PHYSICAL FUNCTION IN OLDER ADULTSPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FALL PREVENTIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND COGNITIVE FUNCTIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND REDUCING AGE ASSOCIATED SARCOPENIAPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND PHYSICAL FUNCTION IN OLDER ADULTS WITH SELECTED CHRONIC CONDITIONSOVERALL PUBLIC HEALTH IMPACTPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SUCCESSFUL AGINGPRESCRIBING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR OLDER ADULTSPUBLIC HEALTH IMPLICATIONSCONCLUSIONSCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESPhysical Activity in Individuals with Chronic ConditionsINTRODUCTIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN CANCER SURVIVORSOSTEOARTHRITISPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HYPERTENSIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND TYPE 2 DIABETES (T2DM)MULTIPLE SCLEROSISSPINAL CORD INJURIESPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIESCONCLUSIONSCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESPhysical Activity, Weight Gain, and ObesityWEIGHT GAIN AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITYTHE EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON PREVENTION OF WEIGHT GAINEFFECT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON WEIGHT LOSSTHE ROLE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN SURGICALLY INDUCED WEIGHT LOSSWEIGHT LOSS VARIABILITY IN RESPONSE TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITYIMPACTS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON OTHER COMPONENTS OF ENERGY EXPENDITUREINFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON ENERGY INTAKEFACTORS INFLUENCING ADHERENCE TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITYPHYSICAL ACTIVITY, FITNESS, AND HEALTH OUTCOMESEFFECTS ON RISK FACTORS FOR CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASECONCLUSIONSCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESPhysical Activity, Cognition, and Brain HealthINTRODUCTIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND COGNITIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND IMPAIRED COGNITIVE FUNCTIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND BIOMARKERS OF BRAIN HEALTHPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND QUALITY OF LIFEPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND AFFECTPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND ANXIETYPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND DEPRESSIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SLEEPPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND COGNITIVE RESERVEDEFINING OPTIMAL BRAIN HEALTHCONCLUSIONSCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESThe Role of Physicians in Promoting and Prescribing Increased Physical ActivityINTRODUCTIONTHE ROLE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN LIFESTYLE MEDICINEPHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROMOTION AND INVOLVEMENT OF PHYSICIANS AND OTHER HEALTH-CARE PROFESSIONALSCALLS FOR MORE PHYSICIAN AND OTHER HEALTH-CARE PROFESSIONALS' INVOLVEMENT FOR RECOMMENDING PHYSICAL ACTIVITYPHYSICAL ACTIVITY RECOMMENDATIONS: THE NATIONAL PERSPECTIVETHE ROLE OF PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN PROMOTING PHYSICAL ACTIVITYRATIONALE FOR MORE PHYSICIAN INVOLVEMENTEDUCATIONAL RESOURCESPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FITNESS EVALUATIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND EXERCISE PRESCRIPTIONPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONSGETTING STARTEDUTILIZING EXPERTSBE A ROLE MODELRESOURCESCONCLUSIONSCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESExercise Prescription: Practical ApplicationsINTRODUCTIONPRE-PARTICIPATION SCREENINGPRINCIPLES OF EXERCISE PRESCRIPTIONAEROBIC PHYSICAL ACTIVITY/EXERCISE PRESCRIPTIONMUSCULAR FITNESSFLEXIBILITYDURATION OF WORKOUTSBALANCEMIND/BODY APPROACHESEXERCISE ADHERENCESPECIAL POPULATIONSTIPS FOR STARTING AND STAYING WITH A PROGRAM OF REGULAR PHYSICAL ACTIVITYCONCLUSIONSCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESOvercoming Sedentary BehaviorINTRODUCTIONSEDENTARY BEHAVIOR AND ALL-CAUSE MORTALITYSEDENTARY BEHAVIOR AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE MORTALITYSEDENTARY BEHAVIOR AND CANCER MORTALITYSEDENTARY BEHAVIOR AND TYPE 2 DIABETESSEDENTARY BEHAVIOR AND WEIGHT STATUSSEDENTARY BEHAVIOR AND MODERATE TO VIGOROUS PHYSICAL ACTIVITYPUBLIC HEALTH IMPACTCONCLUSIONSCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESPromoting Regular Physical ActivityINTRODUCTIONCONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR FACTORS INFLUENCING PHYSICAL ACTIVITYINDIVIDUAL LEVELTHEORY-BASED INTERVENTIONS TO INCREASE PHYSICAL ACTIVITYCOMMUNITY-BASED INTERVENTIONS TO INCREASE PHYSICAL ACTIVITYCOMMUNICATION ENVIRONMENTAL LEVELINTERVENTIONS TO REDUCE SEDENTARY BEHAVIORCONCLUSIONSCLINICAL APPLICATIONSREFERENCESThe Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire for EveryoneRLI FITNESS WALKING PROGRAMSAT-HOME STRENGTH TRAINING PROGRAM
 
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