Active travelling to school is not associated with increased total daily physical activity levels, or reduced obesity and cardiovascular/pulmonary health parameters in 10–12-year olds: a cross-sectional cohort study

Xueying Zhang, Nathan A. Smith, Maksymilian T. Sumowski, Julie M. Anderson, Kirstie Anderson, Euan A. Badenoch, Sarah J. Brady, Madeline Coleman, Rebecca F. Coull, Debbie Green, Rachael J. Innes, Christiane M. Laing, Rebekah Mckinley, Moira S. Mclennan, Stephanie Murray, Bethan Phillips, Sarah Rae, Sophie Rankin, Iman Satar, Sarah ShanksFiona J. Sim, Nicola Walker, David Howard, Falko F. Sniehotta, Diane M. Jackson, Lobke M. VaanHolt, Catherine Hambly*, John R. Speakman*

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