Munguía Izquierdo, Diego

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Munguía Izquierdo
Universidad Pablo de Olavide
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  • Publication
    ¿Quieres evaluar tu condición física?
    (2020) López Moral, Álvaro; Bueno Antequera, Javier; Oviedo Caro, Miguel Ángel; Munguía Izquierdo, Diego
    Evaluación de la condición física mediante test de campo científicamente validados.
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    Feasibility and effects of an exercise-based intervention in prison inmates with psychiatric disorders: the PsychiActive project randomized controlled trial
    (SAGE Publications, 2019-04-24) Bueno Antequera, Javier; Oviedo Caro, Miguel Ángel; Munguía Izquierdo, Diego
    Objective: To evaluate the feasibility and effects of a 12-week intervention combining aerobic and strength exercises in prison inmates with psychiatric disorders. Design: Two parallel-group, randomized controlled trials. Setting: A psychiatric prison hospital. Subjects: Forty-one men prison inmates (mean age ± SD = 38.2 ± 9.2 years, mean prison duration ± SD = 2.6 ± 2.5 years) with psychiatric disorders (primarily personality disorder, n = 27; mean illness duration ± SD = 12.0 ± 10.5 years). Interventions: Participants were randomly allocated to intervention group consisted of exercise plus usual care (n = 21) or control group which received usual care (n = 20) for 12¿weeks. The exercise programme included three weekly sessions of group-based moderate-to-high intensity combined exercises designed and supervised by exercise professionals. Main measures: Fitness and anthropometric measures were assessed using field-based tests (6-minute walk, Incremental Shuttle Walk, Arm-Curl, and Chair-Stand), handgrip dynamometry, bioelectrical impedance, and waist and hip circumferences. Results: There were no adverse events, and 10 intervention participants withdrew. The remaining 11 participants attended a mean of 28 sessions, of which nine met the compliance criteria. Between-group change differences substantially favoured the compliance intervention group for the 6-minute walk (+21.2%), Incremental Shuttle Walk (+33.9%), Arm-Curl (+13.8%), waist (¿3.5%), waist/height0.5 (¿1.7%) (¿2.7%), waist/hip (¿3.4%), and Body Shape Index (¿3.3%) (¿3.5%). Additional analysis showed beneficial effects of exercise participation on handgrip strength. Conclusion: The intervention was safe, had a high dropout rate, and seemed to be effective for improving fitness and anthropometric measures in men prison inmates with psychiatric disorders who attended and participated in the exercise sessions.
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    Sedentary behaviour patterns in outpatients with severe mental illness: a cross-sectional study using objective and self-reported methods. The PsychiActive project.
    (Elsevier, 2017-05-10) Bueno Antequera, Javier; Oviedo Caro, Miguel Ángel; Munguía Izquierdo, Diego
    This study aimed to quantify and compare sedentary behaviour patterns in patients with severe mental illness as stratified by gender, age, body mass index, distress, illness duration and antipsychotic medication using both objective and self-reported methods. Sedentary behaviour patterns were measured in 90 outpatients (mean age±SD: 41.6±9.2 years, 20% women) with severe mental illness (primarily schizophrenia, n=63) using the SenseWear Armband and the Sedentary Behaviour Questionnaire. They spent 58% of waking time sedentary, primarily watching television. Differences between methods were not significant for the overall group or for stratified groups. Both methods showed significant correlation for weekday for the overall group. According to the stratified groups, youngers showed a significant correlation for weekday and average day sedentary time, and the high illness duration and low antipsychotic medication groups for weekday. Significant differences in sedentary behaviours between stratified groups were only detected with the SenseWear. Patients with severe mental illness had high levels of sedentary behaviours, with watching television being the most prevalently reported. We found a low validity in the self-reported estimates of sedentary time by this population, being higher on weekdays for the overall group and for the younger, high illness duration and low antipsychotic medication groups.
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    Explanatory Factors and Levels of Health-Related Quality of Life Among Healthy Pregnant Women at Midpregnancy: A Cross-Sectional Study of The PregnActive Project
    (Wiley, 2018-07-10) Oviedo Caro, Miguel Ángel; Bueno Antequera, Javier; Munguía Izquierdo, Diego
    Aims: To identify potential explanatory factors and establish health-related quality of life (HRQoL) levels of healthy pregnant women at midpregnancy. Background: The HRQoL levels perceived by pregnant women are lower than those perceived by women of similar age and decline during the course of pregnancy. Design: An exploratory cross-sectional design was used. Methods: One hundred thirty-four healthy women from antenatal clinics completed questionnaires were administered a cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) test and wore a multisensor body monitor for 7 days at midpregnancy. Data were collected from September 2015-December 2016. Results: Cardiorespiratory fitness, musculoskeletal symptoms, and age were identified as explanatory factors of the physical component summary of HRQoL. Explanatory factors of the mental component summary included musculoskeletal and psychological symptoms and light activity. Significant differences in HRQoL levels were identified among groups of pregnant women stratified by age, occupational status, pregnancy symptoms, and CRF. Conclusions: Modifiable factors of HRQoL, such as CRF and active lifestyle may be important areas to target in interventions aimed at promoting HRQoL in healthy women at midpregnancy. The identification of the groups of pregnant women with lower levels of HRQoL may help midwives and health professional to focus their advice and conduct interventions on these groups of pregnant women. These modifiable factors should be considered in future longitudinal studies to determine causal effects, will likely help improve multidisciplinary treatments.
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    Associations of 24-hours Activity Composition With Adiposity and Cardiorespiratory Fitness: The PregnActive Project
    (Wiley, 2019-10-08) Oviedo Caro, Miguel Ángel; Bueno Antequera, Javier; Munguía Izquierdo, Diego
    Aim: This study examined the associations of activity behaviors composition (sleep, sedentary time, light and moderate-to-vigorous physical activity) with adiposity and cardiorespiratory fitness, and how isotemporal reallocations of time between activity behaviors are associated with differences in adiposity and cardiorespiratory fitness. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted in 130 women during midpregnancy. Activity behaviors, conceptualized as a 24-hours composition, were objectively assessed by multi-sensor monitors. Skinfold thickness, fat mass index, and body mass index were calculated as indicators of adiposity. Cardiorespiratory fitness was assessed using a 6-minute walk test. Log-ratio multiple linear regression models and compositional isotemporal substitutions were used to analyze the associations and estimated differences in outcomes. Results: The activity composition was significantly associated with adiposity indicators (all P < .001) and cardiorespiratory fitness (P values from .025 to <.001) during midpregnancy. The isotemporal substitutions were asymmetrical, showing the highest estimated differences in adiposity (8.7%, 0.80 kg/m2 , for fat mass index; 6.0%, 2.65 mm, for the sum of skinfold thickness; and 3.8%, 1.02 kg/m2 , for body mass index) and cardiorespiratory fitness (3.0%, 1.00 mL/kg min) when 30 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity was reallocated by sedentary time. Conclusion: The activity composition was associated with adiposity and the cardiorespiratory fitness levels during midpregnancy, with moderate-to-vigorous physical activity being the leading activity behavior. The most unfavorable differences in adiposity and cardiorespiratory fitness were found when moderate-to-vigorous physical activity was replaced by another behavior, mainly sedentary time, reinforcing the importance of at least maintaining moderate-to-vigorous physical activity during pregnancy.
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    Assessing Physical Activity in People With Mental Illness: 23-country Reliability and Validity of the Simple Physical Activity Questionnaire (SIMPAQ)
    (BMC, 2020-03-06) Rosenbaum, S; Morell, R; Abdel-Bak, A; Ahmadpanah, M; Anilkuma, T V; Bai, L; Bauman, A; Bender, S; Boyan Han, J; Brand, S; Bratland-Sand, S; Bueno Antequera, Javier; Camaz Deslandes, A; Carneiro, L; Carraro, A; Castañeda, C P; Castro Monteiro, F; Chapman, J; Chau, J Y; Chen, L J; Chvatalova, B; Chwastiak, L; Corretti, G; Dillon, M; Douglas, C; Egger, S T; Gaughran, F; Gerber, M; Gobbi, E; Gould, K; Hatzinger, M; Holsboer-Trachsler, E; Hoodbhoy, Z; Imboden, C; Indu, P S; Iqbal, R; Jesus-Moraleida, F R; Kondo, S; Ku, P W; Lederman, O; Lee, E H M; Malchow, B; Matthew, E; Mazur, P; Meneghelli, A; Mian, A; Morseth, B; Munguía Izquierdo, Diego; Nyboe, L; O'Donoghue, B; Perram, A; Richards, J; Romain, A J; Romaniuk, M; Sadeghi Bahmani, D; Sarno, M; Schuch, F; Schweinfurth, N; Stubbs, B; Uwakwe, R; Van Damme, T; Van Der Stouwe, E; Vancampfort, D; Vetter, S; Waterreus, A; Ward, P B
    Background: Physical inactivity is a key contributor to the global burden of disease and disproportionately impacts the wellbeing of people experiencing mental illness. Increases in physical activity are associated with improvements in symptoms of mental illness and reduction in cardiometabolic risk. Reliable and valid clinical tools that assess physical activity would improve evaluation of intervention studies that aim to increase physical activity and reduce sedentary behaviour in people living with mental illness. Methods: The five-item Simple Physical Activity Questionnaire (SIMPAQ) was developed by a multidisciplinary, international working group as a clinical tool to assess physical activity and sedentary behaviour in people living with mental illness. Patients with a DSM or ICD mental illness diagnoses were recruited and completed the SIMPAQ on two occasions, one week apart. Participants wore an Actigraph accelerometer and completed brief cognitive and clinical assessments. Results: Evidence of SIMPAQ validity was assessed against accelerometer-derived measures of physical activity. Data were obtained from 1010 participants. The SIMPAQ had good test-retest reliability. Correlations for moderate-vigorous physical activity was comparable to studies conducted in general population samples. Evidence of validity for the sedentary behaviour item was poor. An alternative method to calculate sedentary behaviour had stronger evidence of validity. This alternative method is recommended for use in future studies employing the SIMPAQ. Conclusions: The SIMPAQ is a brief measure of physical activity and sedentary behaviour that can be reliably and validly administered by health professionals.
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    Exercise Addiction and Its Relationship With Health Outcomes in Indoor Cycling Practitioners in Fitness Centers
    (MDPI, 2020-06-11) Bueno Antequera, Javier; Mayolas Pi, Carmen; Reverter Masià, Joaquín; López Laval, Isaac; Oviedo Caro, Miguel Ángel; Munguía Izquierdo, Diego; Ruidíaz Peña, Mercedes; Legaz Arrese, Alejandro
    We studied the prevalence and possible association between exercise addiction and health in indoor cycling practitioners. In 1014 (492 women) adult indoor cyclists and 926 (597 women) controls with low levels of physical activity according to the short form of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire, we examined the risk of exercise addiction according to the Exercise Addiction Inventory and several health outcomes through a web-based experiment. The prevalence of a high risk of exercise addiction in cyclists was 13.3%, and it was higher in men than in women (16.5% vs. 10.0%, p = 0.002). Women cyclists with a high risk of exercise addiction had higher levels of physical activity (p < 0.001; effect size = -0.62, 95% CI: (-0.91, -0.32)) and anxiety symptom severity (p = 0.001; Effect Size (ES) = -0.59 (-0.89, -0.30)) than those with a low risk. For both sexes, cyclists with a low risk of exercise addiction had better social function, emotional role, and anxiety symptom severity compared with the controls (all p < 0.002; ES ranged from 0.25 to 0.47). Higher anxiety symptom severity and cardiorespiratory fitness were the main determinants of exercise addiction in cyclists (both p < 0.001). Our data suggest the importance of considering exercise addiction in indoor cyclists.
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    Transcultural Adaptation and Psychometric Properties of Spanish Version of Pregnancy Physical Activity Questionnaire: The PregnActive Project
    (Elsevier España, 2018-03-19) Oviedo Caro, Miguel Ángel; Bueno Antequera, Javier; Munguía Izquierdo, Diego
    Objective: To transculturally adapt the Spanish version of Pregnancy Physical Activity Questionnaire (PPAQ) analyzing its psychometric properties. Methods: The PPAQ was transculturally adapted into Spanish. Test-retest reliability was evaluated in a subsample of 109 pregnant women. The validity was evaluated in a sample of 208 pregnant women who answered the questionnaire and wore the multi-sensor monitor for 7 valid days. The reliability (intraclass correlation coefficient), concordance (concordance correlation coefficient), correlation (Pearson correlation coefficient), agreement (Bland-Altman plots) and relative activity levels (Jonckheere-Terpstra test) between both administrations and methods were examined. Results: Intraclass correlation coefficients between both administrations were good for all categories except transportation. A low but significant correlation was found for total activity (light and above) whereas no correlation was found for other intensities between both methods. Relative activity levels analysis showed a significant linear trend for increased total activity between both methods. Conclusions: Spanish version of PPAQ is a brief and easily interpretable questionnaire with good reliability and ability to rank individuals, and poor validity compared with multi-sensor monitor. The use of PPAQ provides information of pregnancy-specific activities in order to establish physical activity levels of pregnant women and adapt health promotion interventions.
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    Relationship between objectively measured sedentary behavior and health outcomes in schizophrenia patients: The PsychiActive project.
    (Elsevier, 2017-11-22) Bueno Antequera, Javier; Oviedo Caro, Miguel Ángel; Munguía Izquierdo, Diego
    This study aimed to investigate possible relationships between sedentary behavior and body mass index (BMI), cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF), and health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in schizophrenia patients. Variables contributing to the variability in sedentary behavior were identified. Eighty-two schizophrenia outpatients (mean age±SD: 41.0±8.7years, 87% men, mean illness duration±SD: 17.1±8.9years) wore a multisensor armband for 7 consecutive full days to objectively measure sedentary behavior. BMI, walking capacity (6-minute walking test) as a proxy for CRF estimation and HRQoL (Short Form 36-Item Health Survey questionnaire version 2) were also assessed. Correlation (Pearson or Spearman coefficients) and multiple regression analysis were used. Sedentary behavior was significantly associated with BMI, CRF, and the physical component summary score of HRQoL (r values, -0.34-0.41; all P<0.001) and remained significant after adjustments for age, illness duration, symptom severity, adherence to Mediterranean diet, smoking, and antipsychotic medication (all P<0.05). BMI, CRF and vitality were identified as determinants of sedentary behavior. Consistent relationships between sedentary behavior and BMI, CRF, and the physical component summary score of HRQoL were found in schizophrenia patients. All the identified determinants of sedentary behavior are modifiable and may be important areas for future interventions in this population.
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    Validity of Field Methods to Estimate Fat-Free Mass Changes Throughout the Season in Elite Youth Soccer Players
    (Frontiers Media, 2020-02-12) Núñez Sánchez, Francisco Javier; Munguía Izquierdo, Diego; Suárez Moreno-Arrones, Luis Jesús
    The aim of this study was to determine the most effective anthropometric equations or bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) devices for quantifying the sensitivity to change in fat-free mass (FFM) in elite young soccer players, in comparison with measurements using dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA), between the pre- and mid-season. A total of 40 elite youth soccer players participated in this study. DXA values provided a criterion measure of FFM. Correlation coefficients, biases, limits of agreement, and differences were used as measures of sensitivity to change. All body density, skinfold, and anthropometric equations and BIA devices used to obtain FFM data showed positive and very large correlations (r from 0.70 to 0.89) with DXA. A significant increase in FFM was shown between time points using DXA, BIA, and all anthropometric equations (p < 0.01). The magnitudes of differences were small for DXA, BIA inbody and all anthropometric equations except those of Faulkner (1966), Durnin and Rahaman (1967), Brook (1971), and Sarría et al. (1998). Six anthropometric equations [Faulkner (1966), Durnin and Womersley (1974), Carter (1982), Slaughter et al. (1988), Reilly et al. (2009), and Munguia-Izquierdo et al. (2018)] and BIA Tanita showed no statistical differences compared to DXA, with a low bias. We concluded that the equations developed by Durnin and Womersley (1974), Carter (1982), Slaughter et al. (1988), Reilly et al. (2009), and Munguia-Izquierdo et al. (2018) showed the best sensitivity in assessing FFM changes between pre- and mid-season in elite youth soccer players.