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The relationship between physical activity levels and metabolic syndrome in male white-collar workers

Body Composition Assessment
Ko KJ et al.
Used Parameters : BW

Publication Year : 2016

Country : Korea

Journal : Journal of Physical Therapy Science

[Purpose] Physical activity is important for preventing and managing metabolic syndrome. White-collar workers can be inherently predisposed to chronic diseases, as their jobs are primarily sedentary. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between physical activity and metabolic syndrome in male white-collar workers.[Subjects and Methods] Physical activity and metabolic syndrome factors were measured in 331 male public office workers. Physical activity was classified as high (N= 101), moderate (N= 115) …
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