MVPA

AcronymDefinition
MVPAMilitary Vehicle Preservation Association
MVPAMusic Video Production Association
MVPAmoderate to vigorous physical activity
MVPAMultivariate Pattern Analysis
MVPAmulti-voxel pattern analysis
MVPAMotor Vehicle Protection Association (UK)
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The MVPA has been good to the museum, contributing to the success of our own historic vehicle fleet."
The improvements in MVPA seen in our first Cohort and the recent regulatory agreement for our Phase 3 Cohort position INOpulse to potentially become the first approved therapy in this serious unmet medical need,' concluded Mr.
Data were analyzed for minutes spent in moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA), and percentage of time spent in sedentary activity (ST) using cut points established by Evenson, Catallier, Gill, Ondrak, and McMurray (2008).
It found, among the least active participants (38 minutes/day of MVPA), substitution of sitting time with light physical activity or MVPA was not associated with a reduction in mortality risk.
(2015) the intensity of physical activities of 6,539 children 9 to 11 years old in 12 countries as either MVPA or VPA, and sedentary activities by wearing an accelerometer around the waist 24 hours/day for 7 days, and after effects to the BMI and obesity rates.
"MVPA is important for students to understand because there is a difference between activity time and moderate to vigorous activity time," Clark said.
Consumer-WPAMs tend not to be equivalent to one another or to research-grade WPAMs for estimations of energy expenditure or time spent in MVPA (16), and thus they are generally not suitable as measurement tools for precise estimates of energy expenditure.
A combination of moderate and vigorous physical activity (MVPA) was considered for work and recreation activities (work-MVPA and recreational-MVPA).
In addition, it is unknown whether patterns of MVPA are influenced by patterns of sedentary behavior.
e) Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity Scale (MVPA; Prochaska, Sallis, & Long, 2001).
Further, intrinsic motivation relates to contextual consequences that can be cognitive (e.g., knowledge), affective (e.g., enjoyment), and behavioral (e.g., performance in PE, MVPA) (Deci and Ryan, 2017; Vallerand and Lalande, 2011).