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Evaluating the effects of a low volume stairclimbing programme on measures of health-related fitness in sedentary office workers

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Evaluating the effects of a low volume stairclimbing programme on measures of health-related fitness in sedentary office workers. / Kennedy, R.A.; Boreham, C.A.G.; Murphy, M.H.; Young, I.S.; Mutrie, N.

In: Australian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sports, Vol. 6, No. 4, 12.2007, p. 448-454.

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Kennedy, RA, Boreham, CAG, Murphy, MH, Young, IS & Mutrie, N 2007, 'Evaluating the effects of a low volume stairclimbing programme on measures of health-related fitness in sedentary office workers', Australian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sports, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 448-454. <http://www.jssm.org/vol6/n4/10/v6n4-10pdf.pdf>

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Kennedy, R. A., Boreham, C. A. G., Murphy, M. H., Young, I. S., & Mutrie, N. (2007). Evaluating the effects of a low volume stairclimbing programme on measures of health-related fitness in sedentary office workers. Australian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sports, 6(4), 448-454. http://www.jssm.org/vol6/n4/10/v6n4-10pdf.pdf

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Kennedy RA, Boreham CAG, Murphy MH, Young IS, Mutrie N. Evaluating the effects of a low volume stairclimbing programme on measures of health-related fitness in sedentary office workers. Australian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sports. 2007 Dec;6(4):448-454.

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Kennedy, R.A. ; Boreham, C.A.G. ; Murphy, M.H. ; Young, I.S. ; Mutrie, N. / Evaluating the effects of a low volume stairclimbing programme on measures of health-related fitness in sedentary office workers. In: Australian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sports. 2007 ; Vol. 6, No. 4. pp. 448-454.