Travis Saunders has a PhD in Human Kinetics, and is currently an Assistant Professor in Applied Human Science. His research focuses on the relationship between sedentary time (e.g. sitting) and chronic disease risk in both children and adults. He is also a Certified Exercise Physiologist and (former) competitive distance runner. You can connect with him on Twitter @TravisSaunders.
Travis’ note. Today’s post comes from PhD student Negin Riazi, and continues to focus on Canada’s new 24-Hour Movement Behaviour Guidelines for Children and Youth. You can find more on Negin at the bottom of this