Are Spanish adolescents who actively commute to and from school more active in other domains? A spatiotemporal investigation

P Campos-Garzón, T Stewart, X Palma-Leal, J Molina-García*, M Herrador-Colmenero, J Schipperijn, P Chillón, Y Barranco-Ruiz

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Abstract

We examined the association between mode of commuting to/from school (i.e., walking, multimodal, and motorized-vehicle) and movement behaviours in several space-time domains (i.e., total day, home, school, transport, and other locations). Walking to and/or from school was associated with higher MVPA in all space-time domains except home, where no associations were found. After subtracting commuting time to/from school from total day domain, the associations in favour of walking to/from school were maintained compared to those using other commuting modes, and in transport domain these associations dissipated. The study suggests the importance of promoting walking to/from school for increasing MVPA levels.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
Artikelnummer103211
TidsskriftHealth & Place
Vol/bind86
Antal sider11
ISSN1353-8292
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 28. feb. 2024

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