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H -1) performed a graded test on treadmill in order to determine Maximal Aerobic Speed (MAS) for the individualization of exercise intensity (expressed in % of MAS). Then, children realized 3 continuous exercises (CE) at 60%, 70% and 80% of MAS and 3 intermittent exercises (IE) at 90%, 100% and 110% of MAS. Ventilatory parameters (tidal volume (Vt), breathing frequency (f), and ventilation (VE)) were measured breath by breath during exercise with a mouthpiece. Three exercise associations were designed to compare a continuous form of exercise with an intermittent one: CE60 vs.

7 (11-17)) of similar weight and height have participated in this study. The first session involved determination of peak mechanical power (PP). During their second and third sessions, children performed one of two exercise protocols consisting of either 2x30-min bouts of continuous cycling at 50% PP, or 6 sets of 4x15-sec bouts of intermittent cycling at 100% PP. Venous blood was drawn at rest (RT), at the mid-point (EX-MID) and end of exercise (EX-END), and after 30 (REC-30) and 60 min (REC-60) of recovery to determine changes in neutrophil, lymphocyte, and monocyte counts.

Significant people in children‘s lives should be made aware of the effects of maturity status on primary school children‘s physical activity and physical self perceptions. These effects should be accounted for during the design of physical activity promoting strategies and interventions. m. Exploring the Contribution of Multidimensional Correlates to Adolescents‟ Physical Activity T. A. Hilland, S. J. Fairclough, N. D. Ridgers, and G. Stratton REACH Group, Liverpool John Moores University, UK Background: There is a need for correlates of youth physical activity to be better understood as many young people currently do not meet public health physical activity recommendations.

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