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Pensar en Movimiento: Revista de Ciencias del Ejercicio y la Salud ISSN Impreso: 1409-0724 ISSN electrónico: 1659-4436

Pensar en Movimiento Volumen 14(2)
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Scott, H. M., Tyton, T. N., & Horswill, C. A. (2016). OCCUPATIONAL SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR AND SOLUTIONS TO INCREASE NON-EXERCISE ACTIVITY THERMOGENESIS. Pensar En Movimiento: Revista De Ciencias Del Ejercicio Y La Salud, 14(2), 1–21.

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