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Luis Carlos de Oliveira

Luis Carlos de Oliveira
Universidade São Judas Tadeu - São Paulo - Brasil

Master of Physical Education and Health
PPG em Educação Física e Saúde da USJT de São Paulo - BRASIL; Membro do GETAFIS Grupo de Estudo em Trein. AF e Saúde

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Introduction
Projeto de intervenção do uso da Atividade Física para mitigar eventuais sequelas de pessoas acometidas pelo COVID-19

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Objective: To describe and compare physical fitness variables according to compliance with the recommendations of physical activity, measured by accelerometry. Methods: The sample gathered 120 students, 57 boys and 63 girls aged 9 to 11 years. The variables analyzed were: weight, stature, BMI, skinfolds, waist circumference, agility, flexibility...
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Introduction: Previous studies have linked short sleep duration, poor sleep quality, and late sleep timing with lower health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in children. However, almost all studies relied solely on self-reported sleep information, and most studies were conducted in high-income countries. To address these gaps, we studied both devi...
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The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between peak cadence indicators and body mass index (BMI) and body fat percentage (BF%)-defined weight status in children. The sample comprised 485 Brazilian children. Minute-by-minute step data from accelerometry were rank ordered for each day to identify the peak 1-minute, 30-minute and...
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Objective: The objective of this study is to establish cutoff points for the number of steps/day and minutes/day of moderate to vigorous physical activity in relation to the risk of childhood overweight and obesity and their respective associations. In addition, we aim to identify the amount of steps/day needed to achieve the recommendation of mod...
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Background: Very few studies have comprehensively analyzed the physical activity of children and adolescents in Brazil. The purpose of this article is to show the methodology and summarize findings from the first Brazilian Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Methods: Three Brazilian research institutions coordinated the acti...
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O presente estudo avaliou nível de atividade física (AF) e seus efeitos associados entre estudantes da rede pública de São Paulo. Um estudo transversal foi feito usando uma amostra representativa de estudantes da rede pública de ensino de São Paulo. Foi utilizado o International Physical Activity Questionnaire para determinar o nível AF. Estudantes...
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Analisar as associações entre indicadores de nível socioeconômico (NSE) e atividade física e sobrepeso/obesidade em crianças.
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Objective: To analyze the associations between socioeconomic status (SES) indicators and physical activity and overweight/obesity in children. Methods: 485 children wore accelerometers for 7 days. Variables included time in sedentary behavior and moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA), and steps/day. Children were further categorized as m...
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To describe the association between electronic devices in the bedroom with sedentary time and physical activity, both assessed by accelerometry, in addition to body mass index in children from São Caetano do Sul. The sample consisted of 441 children. The presence of electronic equipment (television, personal computer, and videogames) in the bedroom...
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This study aimed to analyze the independent associations of accelerometer-determined sedentary behavior (SB), physical activity, and steps/day with body composition variables in Brazilian children. 485 children wore accelerometers for 7 days. Variables included time in SB and different physical activity intensities (light or LPA, moderate or MPA, v...
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Studies have found an association between television (TV) viewing and physical activity levels. The purpose of this study was to examine the association between TV viewing and physical activity in 10-year old Brazilian children. The sample consisted of 485 children. Self-reported TV viewing on weekdays and weekends was assessed by questionnaire. An...
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OBJETIVO: Verificar, no período de dez anos, o comportamento do nível de atividade física e do acúmulo de tempo sentado em estudantes de Medicina. MÉTODOS: A amostra foi composta por 186 estudantes do terceiro ano em 2000-2001 (grupo I) e em 2011 (grupo II) com média de idade de 21,23 ± 1,38 anos. Os dados do nível de atividade física e do tempo s...
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OBJECTIVE: To assess the association between malalignment of the knees (genu valgum) and variables of physical fitness among schoolchildren. METHODS: We analyzed data collected between the years 2000 to 2009. The sample comprised 1,141 schoolchildren of both sexes aged 06 to 18 years. To participate in the research, the students must meet the foll...
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To assess the association between malalignment of the knees (genu valgum) and variables of physical fitness among schoolchildren.
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To analyze adiposity changes in school-age children over a 20 year-period, according to nutritional status. The study is part of the Ilhabela Longitudinal Mixed Project on Growth, Development and Physical Fitness. A sample of 1,095 school students of both sexes, from 7 to 10 years, met the following inclusion criteria: (a) at least one complete ass...
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To document time trends in physical activity in the state of São Paulo, Brazil (2002-2008). In addition, we discuss the role of Agita São Paulo at explaining such trends. Cross-sectional surveys were carried out in 2002, 2003, 2006, and 2008 in the state of São Paulo, Brazil, using comparable sampling approaches and similar sample sizes. In all sur...
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The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of a physical activity program and the stability of physical fitness and functional capacity in physically active adult women. Thirty-four adult women aged 50-89 years, who participated in a physical activity group at Camilo Castelo Branco University, were studied. Criteria for inclusion were a...
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OBJETIVO: Descrever a prevalência de inatividade física e os fatores associados em estudantes do ensino médio de escolas públicas estaduais da cidade de São Paulo (SP). MÉTODOS: Foram selecionadas aleatoriamente 16 escolas públicas estaduais considerando as regiões geográficas da cidade de São Paulo (norte, sul, leste e oeste). A amostra foi de 3.8...
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To describe the prevalence of physical inactivity and associated factors among high school students from state's public schools in the city of São Paulo, state of São Paulo, Brazil. Sixteen state's public schools were randomly selected according to the geographic areas of the city (North, South, East, and West). The sample consisted of 3,845 high s...
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The "Agita São Paulo" Program applies a multilevel intervention approach to promoting physical activity among the 37 million inhabitants of the state of São Paulo, Brazil. The verb "agita" means to move the body, but the term also suggests changing the way of thinking and becoming a more active citizen. Since being launched in 1996, the Program has...
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The purpose of this paper is to present key points of an intervention programme (Agita São Paulo Program) to promote physical activity in a developing country. Agita is a multi-level, community-wide intervention designed to increase knowledge about the benefits and the level of physical activity in a mega-population of 34 million inhabitants of São...
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In searching for strategies to combat increasing sedentary status of the world's population, several models have been developed. Among those is the Ecological Model proposed by Sallis and Owen in 1997. This model considers intrapersonal, social environment, and natural and constructed physical environmental factors. Intrapersonal factors comprise:...
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Physical inactivity has assumed the highest prevalence among cardiovascular risk factors. This phenomenon is even worse in the developing countries. Considering the relevance of this problem, we aimed to assess the São Paulo State physical activity level. 2001 people aged from 14 to 77 years old were interviewed (953 males and 1048 females) on July...
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Many studies pointed out the positive effects of involvement at different levels of physical activity to the health promotion among schoolboys and girls. Among those we can list better weight and adiposity control, increase in strength, speed, agility, flexibility and even improvement in aerobic and anaerobic power. But it seems that the impact of...
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Brasil, F.K., Andrade, D.R., Oliveira, L.C., Ribeiro, M.A. e Matsudo, V.K.R. Heart rate and movement time during recreational surfing - pilot study. Rev. Bras. Ciên. e Mov. 9 (4): 65-75, 2001. The purpose of this study was to determine heart rate, intensity and movement time during recreational surfing. Ten male surfers participated in this study (...

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