Correlates of Physical Activity Among Hispanic Adults
Journal of Physical Activity and Health
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Health behaviors of minority populations, including Hispanics, are important from a public health perspective because this subpopulation is growing and health behaviors of this subgroup are understudied. Physical activity is a component of healthy lifestyles and Hispanics have been shown to be less active than are Caucasians. It will be necessary to know correlates of physical activity to enhance the physical activity of this group. Recently, the importance of environmental and cultural factors has been recognized as correlates of physical activity behavior. The purpose of this study was to identify environmental and cultural correlates of physical activity among Hispanic adults.
Exercise; Health behavior; Hispanic Americans
Exercise Science | Medicine and Health Sciences
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Bungum, T. J.,
Lounsberry, M. A.
Correlates of Physical Activity Among Hispanic Adults.
Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 8(3),