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SECTION 1: ABOUT THE GUIDELINES Baseline activity refers to the light-intensity activities of daily life, such as standing, walking slowly, and lifting lightweight objects. People vary in how much baseline activity they do. People who do only baseline activity are considered to be inactive. They may do very short episodes of moderate- or vigorous-intensity activity, such as climbing a few flights of stairs, but these episodes
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Unformatted text preview: arent long enough to count toward meeting the Guidelines. The Guidelines dont comment on how variations in types and amounts of baseline physical activity might affect health, as this was not addressed by the Advisory Committee report....
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This document was uploaded on 11/03/2011 for the course PFW 101 at Texas State.

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