Maternal-child co-participation in physical activity-related behaviours: prevalence and cross-sectional associations with mothers and children’s objectively assessed physical activity levels

@inproceedings{Hnatiuk2017MaternalchildCI,
  title={Maternal-child co-participation in physical activity-related behaviours: prevalence and cross-sectional associations with mothers and children’s objectively assessed physical activity levels},
  author={Jill A Hnatiuk and Ellen DeDecker and Kylie D Hesketh and Greet Cardon},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Co-participation in physical activity may be a useful strategy for increasing physical activity in mothers and their young children, yet little empirical evidence exists on this topic for young families. This study aimed to identify the prevalence of mother-child co-participation in physical activity and examine the association between co-participatory behaviours and objectively-assessed physical activity in young children and their mothers. METHODS One-hundred twenty-three 4-6… CONTINUE READING
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