In this review: The Association Between Leisure-time Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior, and Low Back Pain: A Cross-sectional Analysis in Primary Care Settings (abstract only available for free)
Study: Leisure-Time Physical Activity Reduces Likelihood of LBP
Researchers from Brazil focused on leisure-time PA and how hours of sedentary behavior affected the PA-LBP relationship.
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