Research Index

Physical activity and energy expenditure assessment

1989

COMPARISON OF THREE METHODS OF ESTIMATING ENERGY EXPENDITURE: CALTRAC, HEART RATE, AND VIDEO ANALYSIS
Ballor D.L., Burke L.M., Knudson D.V., Olson J.R., Montoye H.J.; Department of Physical Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, USA

THE USE OF HEART RATE MONITORING IN THE ESTIMATION OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE: A VALIDATION STUDY USING INDIRECT WHOLE-BODY CALORIMETRY
Ceesay S.M., Prentice A.M., Day K.C., Murgatroyd P.R., Goldberg G.R., Scott W., Spurr G.B.; MRC Dunn Nutrition Unit, University of Cambridge, UKBr J Nutr 61(2): 175-86, 1989

VALIDITY OF THE OBSERVATION OF CHILDREN'S PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
O'Hara N.M., Baranowski T., Simons-Morton B.G., Wilson B.S., Parcel G.S.; Center for Health Promotion Research and Development, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX, USARes Quart Exerc Sport 60(1): 42-47, 1989

1990

CHILDREN'S PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS - THE IMPLICATIONS FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Armstrong N.; Physical Education Association Research Centre, School of Education, University of Exeter, UKIn New Directions in Physical Education; Ed. Armstrong N.; Human Kinetics, Champaign, 1990 Pp 1-15

PATTERNS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AMONG 11 TO 16 YEAR OLD BRITISH CHILDREN
Armstrong N., Balding J., Gentle P., Kirby B.; Physical Education Associa-tion Research Centre, School of Education, University of Exeter, UKBr Med J 301: 203-205, 1990

PEAK OXYGEN UPTAKE AND HABITUAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN 11 TO 16 YEAR OLDS
Armstrong N., Balding J., Gentle P., Williams J., Kirby B.; Physical Education Association Research Centre, School of Education, University of Exeter, UKPediatr Exerc Sci 2: 349-358, 1990

PRIMARY SCHOOLCHILDREN'S PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS DURING AUTUMN AND SUMMER
Armstrong N., Bray S.; Physical Education Association Research Centre, School of Education, University of Exeter, UKBulletin of Physical Education 26: 23-26, 1990

SIMULTANEOUS MEASUREMENT OF FREE-LIVING ENERGY EXPENDITURE BY THE DOUBLY LABELED WATER METHOD AND HEART-RATE MONITORING
Livingstone M.B.E., Prentice A.M., Coward W.A., Ceesay S.M., Strain J.J., Mc Kenna P.G., Nevin G.B., Barker M.E., Hickey R.J.; Biomedical Sciences Research Centre, University of Ulster at Jordanstown, Northern Ireland, UKAm J Clin Nutr 52(1): 59-65, 1990

THE CALTRAC ACCELEROMETER AS A PHYSICAL ACTIVITY MONITOR FOR SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN
Sallis J., Buono M., Roby J., Carlsson D., Nelson J.; Department of Pediatrics, University of California, San Diego, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 22(5): 698-703, 1990

THE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS OF 10 AND 13 YEAR OLD CHILDREN
Armstrong N., Balding J., Bray S., Gentle P., Kirby B.; Physical Education Association Research Centre, School of Education, University of Exeter, UKIn Children and Exercise XIV; Eds. Beunen G., Ghesquiere J., Reybrouck R., Claessens A.L.; Ferdinand Enke, Stuttgart, 1990, Pp 152-157

1991

CARDIOPULMONARY FITNESS, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS AND CORONARY RISK FACTOR VARIABLES IN 11- TO 16-YEAR-OLDS
Armstrong N., Williams J., Balding J., Gentle P., Kirby B.; Physical Education Association Research Centre, School of Education, University of Exeter, UKPediatr Exerc Sci 3: 219-228, 1991

MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE AND DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN 7 TO 12-YEAR-OLD BOYS
Al-Hazzaa H.M., Sulaiman M.A.; Exercise Physiology Laboratory,King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi-ArabiaPed Exer Sci 5(4): 357-366, 1991

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS DEFINED BY CONTINUOUS HEART RATE MONITORING
Armstrong N., Bray S.; Physical Education Association Research Centre, St Lukeís College School of Education, University of Exeter, UKArch Dis Child 66(2): 245-247, 1991

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELF-REPORTED ACTIVITY LEVELS AND ACTUAL HEART RATES IN TEENAGERS
Terblanche A.P.S., Özkaynak H., Spengler J.D., Butler D.A.;Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA, USAJ Air Waste Manage Assoc 41: 942-946, 1991

THE ASSESSMENT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN CHILDREN: A COMPARISON OF CONTINUOUS HEART RATE MONITORING, SELF-REPORT, AND INTERVIEW RECALL TECHNIQUES
Biddle S., Mitchell J., Armstrong N.; Physical Education Association Research Centre, School of Education, University of Exeter, UKBritish Journal of Physical Education Research, Suppl, 10: 5-8, 1991

1992

CHILDREN'S PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL CORRELATES
Biddle S., Armstrong N.; Physical Education Association Research Centre, School of Education, University of Exeter, UKSocial Science and Medicine 34: 325-331, 1992

COMPARISON OF HEART RATE MONITORING COMBINED WITH INDIRECT CALORIMETRY AND THE DOUBLY LABELLED WATER (2H218O ) METHOD FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN CHILDREN
Emons H.J.G., Groenenboom D.C., Westerterp K.R., Saris W.H.M.;Department of Human Biology, University of Limburg, Maastricht, The NetherlandsEur J Appl Physiol 65(2): 99-103, 1992

DAILY ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN FREE-LIVING CHILDREN: COMPARISON OF HEART RATE MONITORING WITH THE DOUBLY LABELED WATER (2H2 18O) METHOD
Livingstone M.B.E., Coward W.A., Prentice A.M., Davies P.S.W., Strain J.J., McKenna P.G., Mahoney C.A., White J.A., Stewart C.M., Kerr M.-J.J.; Human Nutrition Research Group, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland, UKAm J Clin Nutr 56(2): 343-352, 1992

DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND BLOOD LACTATE INDICES OF AEROBIC FITNESS IN CHILDREN
Welsman J.R., Armstrong N.; PEA Research Centre, School of Education, University of Exeter, UKBr J Sports Med 26(4): 228-232, 1992

HEART RATE MONITORING OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: THE MUSCATINE STUDY
Janz K.F., Golden J.C., Hansen J.R., Mahoney L.T.; Department of Physical Education and Sports Studies, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USAPediatrics 89(2): 256-261, 1992

HEART RATE TELEMETRY OF SCHOOL CHILDREN DURING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Al-Hazzaa H.M.; Exercise Physiology Laboratory, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi-ArabiaIn Sports, Medicine & Health - The Asian Perspective; Ed. Chan K.M.; Hong Kong, 1992, Pp 23-26

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS OF CHILDREN WITH MOVEMENT DIFFICULTIES
Bouffard M., Thompson L.P., Watkinson E.J.; Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute, Gloucester, Ontario, CanadaCanadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute, Nov, 1992

1993

A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF HEART RATE MONITORING TO ASSESS ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN INDIVIDUALS
Li R., Deurenberg P., Hautvast J.G.A.J.; Institute of Nutrition and Food Hygiene, Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine, Beijing, ChinaAm J Clin Nutr 58: 602-7, 1993

ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN LACTATING WOMEN: A COMPARISON OF DOUBLY LABELED WATER AND HEART RATE MONITORING METHODS
Lovelady C.A., Meredith C.N., McCrory M.A., Nommsen L.A., Joseph L.J., Dewey K.G.; Department of Nutrition, University of California, Davis, CA, USAAm J Clin Nutr 57(4): 512-518, 1993

SEVEN-DAY RECALL AND OTHER PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SELF-REPORTS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Sallis J.F., Buono M.J., Roby J.J., Micale F.G., Nelson J.A.; Department of Pediatrics, University of California, San Diego, CA, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 25(1): 99-108, 1993

THE ESTIMATION OF DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY WITH THE COEFFICIENT OF VARIATION (CV) OF HEART RATES CONTINUOUSLY RECORDED
Tono-oka T., Kaneko I.; Department of Pediatrics, City Hospital of Otaru, JapanHokkaido Igaku Zasshi 68(3): 431-434, 1993

VALIDATION OF THE CSA ACCELEROMETER FOR ASSESSING CHILDREN'S PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Janz K.F.; Department of Physical Education and Sports Studies, University of Iowa, IA, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 26(3): 369-375, 1993

1994

CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS AND CORONARY RISK FACTORS IN PREADOLESCENT BOYS
Al-Hazzaa H.M., Sulaiman M.A., Al-Matar A.J., Al-Mobaireek K.F.; Exercise Physiology Laboratory, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi-ArabiaInt J Sports Med 15(5): 267-272, 1994

EVALUATION OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN OBESE INDIVIDUALS
Kucera M., Golebiowska M.; Klinika Telovychovnebo Lekarstvi 2. LF, UK, Praha, Czech-RepublicCas Lek Cesk 133(4): 116-119, 1994

HABITUAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN 10- TO 12-YEAR-OLD BOLIVIAN BOYS (THE RELATION BETWEEN ALTITUDE AND SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS)
Slooten J., Kemper H.C.G., Post G.B., Lujan C., Coudert J.; Department of Health Science, Faculty of Human Movement Sciences, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The NetherlandsInt J Sports Med 15(2): 106-111, 1994

VALIDATION OF THE CSA ACCELEROMETER FOR ASSESSING CHILDRENS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Janz K.F.; Department of Physical Education and Sports Studies, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 26(3): 369-375, 1994

1995

A PILOT STUDY INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIARY RECALL AND HEART RATE MONITORING OF HABITUAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN 12-13 YEAR OLD LIVERPOOL SCHOOLGIRLS
Stratton G., Kane J., Donaghy A.; Centre for Physical Education, Sport and Dance, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UKAbstract in The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Annual Conference, Belfast, UK, 1995

CHILDREN'S CARDIOPULMONARY FITNESS AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS - THE EUROPEAN SCENE
Armstrong N.;Physical Education Association Research Centre, School of Education, University of Exeter, UKIn New Horizons in Pediatric Exercise Science; Eds. Blimkie C.J.M., Bar-Or O.; Human Kinetics, Champaign, 1995, Pp 177-189

COMPARISON OF HEART RATE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY RECALL WITH DOUBLY LABELED WATER IN OBESE WOMEN
Racette S.B., Schoeller D.A., Kushner R.F.; Department of Medicine, University of Chicago, IL, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 27(1): 126-133, 1995

ENERGY COSTS OF ROCK CLIMBING AT DIFFERENT PACES
Watts P. B., Clure C.A., Hill M.R., Humphreys S.E., Lish A.K.; Exercise Science Laboratory, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 27(5): 17, 1995

PATTERNS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOLCHILDREN
McManus A., Armstrong N.; Physical Education Department, University of Hong KongIn Children in Sport; Ed. Ring F.J.; University Press, Bath, 1995, Pp 17-23

RELATION OF EXERCISE IN PRE-PUBESCENT BOLIVIAN BOYS AND GIRLS WITH RESIDENTIAL ALTITUDE AND SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS
Kemper H.C.G., Spekreijse M., Slooten J., Post G.B., Welten D.C.; Department of Health Science, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The NetherlandsMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 27(5): 165, 1995

THE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY OF SINGAPORE PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN AS ESTIMATED BY HEART RATE MONITORING
Gilbey H., Gilbey M.; School of Physical Education at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, SingaporePed Exer Sci 7: 26-35, 1995

THE USE OF WHOLE DAY (24 HOUR) HEART RATE MONITORING IN ASSESSING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS AND AEROBIC FITNESS THRESHOLDS IN SCHOOLCHILDREN
Atkins S., Dugdill L., Phillips R., Reilly T., Stratton G.; Centre for Physical Education and Dance, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UKAbstract in The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Annual Conference, Belfast, UK, 1995

VALIDITY OF THE COMPUTER SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS, INC. (CSA) ACTIVITY MONITOR
Melanson E.L., Freedson P.S.; Department of Exercise Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 27(6): 934-940, 1995

1996

ASSESSMENT OF HABITUAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN ELDERLY PERSONS OF MIXED-ANCESTRY IN THE WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA
Lambert E.V.; Charlton K., Murphy K., Ferreira M., Noakes T.D.; MRC/UCT Bioenergetics of Exercise Research Unit, Sports Science Institute of South Africa, Cape Town, South AfricaMed Ski Sports Exerc, Suppl, 28(5): 163, 1996

ENERGY EXPENDITURE WITH INDOOR EXERCISE MACHINES
Zeni A.I., Hoffman M.D., Clifford P.S.; Sports Performance and Technology Laboratory, Medical College of Wisconsin and Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Milwaukee, USAJAMA 275(18): 1424-1427, 1996

ESTIMATING ENERGY EXPENDITURE FROM PHYSIOLOGIC RESPONSE TO ACTIVITY
Montoye H.J., Kemper H.C.G., Saris W.H.M., Washburn R.A.; University of Wisconsin, Madison, USAIn Measuring Physical Activity and Energy Expenditure; Eds. Fowler M.E., Basic M., Woolsey H., Greenseth A.; Human Kinetics, Champaign, 1996, Pp 97-115

HEART RATE MONITORING TO ASSESS ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN CHILDREN WITH REDUCED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Van den Berg-Emons R.J.G., Saris W.H.M., Westerterp K.R., Van Baak M.A.; Departments of Movement Sciences and Human Biology, University of Limburg, Maastricht, The NetherlandsMed Sci Sports Exerc 28(4): 496-501, 1996

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS AND AEROBIC FITNESS AMONG PREPUBESCENTS
Armstrong N., McManus A., Welsman J., Kirby B.; Physical Education Association Research Centre, School of Education, University of Exeter, UKEuropean Physical Education Review 2(1): 19-29, 1996

PREDICTING THE ENERGY COST OF WALKING IN OLDER ADULTS
Maliszewski A.F., Puhl S.M.; Department of Physical Education, Exercise Physiology Laboratory, State University of NY at Cortland, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 28(5): 165, 1996

TRACKING OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN YOUNG CHILDREN
Pate R.R., Baranowski T., Dowda M., Trost S.G.; Department of Exercise Science, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 28(1): 92-96, 1996

VALIDATION OF INTERVIEWER- AND SELF-ADMINISTERED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY CHECKLISTS FOR FIFTH GRADE STUDENTS
Sallis J.F., Strikmiller P.K., Harsha D.W., Feldman H.A., Ehlinger S., Stone E.J., Williston J., Woods S.; Department of Psychology, San Diego State University, CA, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 28(7): 840-851, 1996

1997

BETWEEN-DAY AND WITHIN-DAY VARIABILITY IN THE RELATION BETWEEN HEART RATE AND OXYGEN CONSUMPTION: EFFECT ON THE ESTIMATION OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE BY HEART RATE MONITORING
McCrory M.A., Molé P.A., Nommsen-Rivers L.A., Dewey K.G.; Departments of Nutrition and Exercise Science, Human Performance Laboratory, University of California, Davis, USAAm J Clin Nutr 66: 18-25, 1997

ENERGY COST OF STAIR CLIMBING AND DESCENDING ON THE COLLEGE ALUMNUS QUESTIONNAIRE
Bassett D.R., Vachon J.A., Kirkland A.O., Howley E.T., Duncan G.E., Johnson K.R.; Exercise Science Unit, The University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Knoxville, TN, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 29(9): 1250-1254, 1997

EXERCISE MODE AND GENDER COMPARISONS OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE AT SELF-SELECTED INTENSITIES
Kravitz L., Robergs R.A., Heyward V.H., Wagner D.R., Powers K.; Center for Exercise and Applied Human Physiology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 29(8): 1028-1035, 1997

FACTORS AFFECTING THE RELATION BETWEEN HEART RATE AND ENERGY EXPENDITURE
Hiilloskorpi H., Fogelholm M., Laukkanen R., Oja P., Natri A., Mänttäri A.; The UKK Institute for Health Promotion and Research, Tampere, FinlandAbstract in The International Congress of Movement and Sport in the Life-Cycle of Woman, Lahti, Finland, 1997

HOW MUCH PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IS NEEDED TO MINIMIZE WEIGHT GAIN IN PREVIOUSLY OBESE WOMEN
Schoeller D.A., Shay K., Kushner R.F.; Department of Nutritional Science, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USAAm J Clin Nutr 66: 551-556, 1997

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS OF 5 TO 11-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN
Welsman J.R., Armstrong N.; Physical Education Association Research Centre, School of Education, University of Exeter, UKIn Children and Exercise XIX, Promoting Health and Well-Being; Eds. Armstrong N., Kirby B.J., Welsman J.R.; Spon, London, 1997, Pp 139-144

VALIDATION OF A QUESTIONNAIRE TO ASSESS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY OF CHILDREN AGED 4-8 YEARS
Harro M.Res Quart Exerc Sport 68(4):259-268, 1997

VALIDATION OF AN INSTRUMENT FOR MEASUREMENT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN YOUTH
Weston A.T., Petosa R., Pate R.R.; Department of Exercise Science, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 29(1): 138-143, 1997

WHOLE-BODY ENERGY CONSUMPTION MAP CONSTRUCTED BY POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY OF MEN AFTER RUNNING
Fujimoto T., Ito M., Tashiro M., Nagatomi R., Tamagawa A., Ohmori H.; Department of Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, School of Medicine, Tohoku University, Sendai, JapanAbstract in The Second Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1997

1998

ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN OVERWEIGHT WOMEN
Fogelholm M., Hiilloskorpi H, Laukkanen R., Oja P., van Marken Lichtenbelt W., Westerterp K.Med Sci Sports Exerc 30(8): 1191-1197, 1998

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS OF 5 TO 7-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN AND THEIR MOTHERS
Welsman J., Armstrong N.Eur J Phys Educ 3:145-155, 1998

THE SINGAPORE YOUTH CORONARY RISK AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY STUDY
Schmidt G.J., Walkuski J.J., Stensel D.J.;School of Physical Education, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Republic of SingaporeMed Sci Sports Exerc 30(1): 105-113, 1998

VALIDATION OF GENDER SPECIFIC EQUATIONS FOR PREDICTING ENERGY EXPENDITURE DURING EXERCISE
Hiilloskorpi H., Fogelholm M., Laukkanen R., Pasanen M., Oja P.; UKK Institute, Tampere, FinlandMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 30(5), 1998 Pp 139-144

VALIDATION OF GENDER-SPECIFIC EQUATIONS FOR PREDICTING ENERGY EXPENDITURE
Hiilloskorpi H., Fogelholm M., Pasanen M., Laukkanen R., Oja P.Med Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 39(5), nr 330, 1998

YOUNG PEOPLE’S PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS AS ASSESSED BY HEART RATE MONITORING
Armstrong N.J Sports Sci 16:9-16, 1998

1999

CARDIAC AND ENERGETIC DEMANDS IN GOLF AT COURSES WITH DIFFERENT TERRAIN PROFILES
Wiebke D., Lorenz R., Jeschke D.Abstract in Int J Sports Med 20 (Suppl 1):S30, 1999

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, PHYSICAL FITNESS, AND CORONARY HEART DISEASE RISK FACTORS IN YOUTH: THE QUEBEC FAMILY STUDY
Katzmarzyk P.T., Malina R.M., Bouchard C.Prev Med 29:555-562, 1999

THE ENERGY COST OF HORIZONTAL WALKING AND RUNNING IN ADOLESCENTS
Walker J.L., Murray T.D., Jackson A.S., Morrow J.R.,JR., Michaud T.J.Med Sci Sports Exerc 31(2):311-322, 1999

TOTAL DAILY ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND PATTERNS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN ADOLESCENTS ASSESSED BY TWO DIFFERENT METHODS
Ekelund U., Yngve A., Sjöström M.Scand J Med Sci Sports 9:257-264, 1999

2000

ACTIVITY THRESHOLDS IN CHILDREN USING AN ACTIVITY MONITOR AND HEART RATE
Woo S., Pruitt L.A., Haskell W.L., Bolen K., Lee S., Robinson T.N.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(5):nr 339, 2000

COMPARING KILOCALORIE EXPENDITURE BETWEEN A STAIR-STEPPER, A TREADMILL, AND AN ELLIPTICAL TRAINER
Clay DE, M.S.Thesis in Eastern Washington University, USA, 2000

EFFECTS OF WALKING TRAINING ON WEIGHT MAINTENANCE AFTER A VERY-LOW-ENERGY DIET IN PREMENOPAUSAL OBESE WOMEN. A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Fogelholm M., Kukkonen-Harjula K., Nenonen A., Pasanen M.Arch Intern Med 160:2177-2184, 2000

ENERGY EXPENDITURE BY HEART RATE IN CHILDREN: AN EVALUATION OF CALIBRATION TECHNIQUES
Livingstone M.B.E., Robson P.J., Totton M.Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(8):1513-1519, 2000

ESTIMATION OF EXERCISE ENERGY EXPENDITURE FROM HEART RATE AND AEROBIC CAPACITY
Kinnunen H., Nissilä S.Abstract in Proc 5th Annual Congress of the ECSS Jyväskylä, Finland, 2000, p 395

EVALUATION OF HEART RATE AS A METHOD FOR ASSESSING MODERATE INTENSITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Strath S.J., Swartz A.M., Bassett D.R., O’Brien W.L., King G.A., Ainsworth B.E.Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(9):nr 465-470, 2000

LONGITUDINAL CHANGES IN 11-13-YEAR-OLDS' PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Amstrong N., Welsman JR., Kirby BJActa Paediatr 89: 775-80, 2000

STABILITY AND CONVERGENT VALIDITY OF THREE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ASSESSMENTS IN SIXTH-GRADE GIRLS
Allor K.M., Pivarnik J.M.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(5):nr 329, 2000

2001

A COMPARISON OF THE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS OF MALES AND FEMALES IN CO-EDUCATIONAL AND GENDER SEGREGATED SIXTH GRADE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES
Schmitt MJ, M.S. Thesis in State University of New York, Brockport, USA, 2001

HEART RATE TELEMETRY AND AEROBIC POWER IN OBESE AND LEAN BOYS
Al-Hazzaa H.M., Al-Ghamidi A.A., Al-Harbi M.Z.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(5):nr 177, 2001

2004

ADJUSTING FOR ENERGY INTAKE - WHAT MEASURE TO USE IN NUTRITIONAL EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES?
Jakes RW, Day NE, Luben R, Welch A, Bingham S, Mitchell J, Hennings S, Rennie K, Wareham NJ International Journal of Epidemiology 33(6): 1382-1386, 2004

BRANCHED EQUATION MODELING OF SIMULTANEOUS ACCELEROMETRY AND HEART RATE MONITORING IMPROVES ESTIMATE OF DIRECTLY MEASURED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ENERGY EXPENDITURE
Brage S, Brage N, Franks PW, Ekelund U, Wong MY, Andersen LB, Froberg K, Wareham NJ.J Appl Physiol 96(1): 343-51, 2004

METABOLIC AND BEHAVIORAL CHARACTERISTICS OF METABOLICALLY OBESE BUT NORMAL-WEIGHT WOMEN
Conus F, Allison DB, Rabasa-Lhoret R, et al. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 89 (10): 5013-5020, 2004

RATE AND EXTENT OF COMPENSATORY CHANGES IN ENERGY INTAKE AND EXPENDITURE IN RESPONSE TO ALTERED EXERCISE AND DIET COMPOSITION IN HUMANS
Stubbs R J, Hughes D A, Johnstone A M, Whybrow S, Horgan GW, King N, Blundell JAm J Physiol 286: R350-R358, 2004

2006

CONVERGENT VALIDITY OF SIX METHODS TO ASSESS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN DAILY LIFE
Macfarlane DJ, Lee CCY, Ho EYK, et al.J Appl Physiol 101: 1328-1334, 2006

IMPROVEMENTS IN GLUCOSE TOLERANCE AND INSULIN ACTION INDUCED BY INCREASING ENERGY EXPENDITURE OR DECREASING ENERGY INTAKE: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Weiss EP, Racette SB, Villareal DT, et al.American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 84(5): 1033-1042, 2006

MUSCLE METABOLIC FUNCTION AND FREE-LIVING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Hunter GR, Larson-Meyer DE, Sirikul B, Newcomer BRJ Appl Physiol 101: 1356-1361, 2006

TOTAL ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN THE YAKUR (SAKHA) OF SIBERIA AS MEASURED BY THE DOUBLY LABELED WATER METHOD
Snodgrass JJ, Leonard WR, Tarskaia LA, Schoeller DA American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 84(4): 798-806, 2006

2007

CALORIE RESTRICTION OR EXERCISE: EFFECTS ON CORONARY HEART DISEASE RISK FACTORS. A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Fontana L, Villareal DT, Weiss EP, Racette SBAm J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 293(1): E197-202, 2007

DETERMINING THE INTENSITY AND ENERGY EXPENDITURE DURING COMMUTER CYCLING
De Geus B, De Smet S, Meeusen R Br J Sports Med 41(1): 8-12, 2007

EFFECTIVENESS OF AN ONLINE COMPUTER-TAILORED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INTERVENTION IN A REAL-LIFE SETTING
Spittaels H, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brug J, Vandelanotte CHealth Education Research 22(3): 385-96, 2007

ESTIMATION OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN HEALTHY ADULTS FROM THE YMCA SUBMAXIMAL CYCLE ERGOMETER TEST
Garatachea NEvaluation & the Health Professions 30(2): 138-149, 2007

EXERCISE EFFECT ON WEIGHT AND BODY FAT IN MEN AND WOMEN
Tiernan A, Sorensen B, Irwin ML, et al. Obesity 15: 1496-1512, 2007

IMPROVEMENTS IN BODY COMPOSITION, GLUCOSE TOLERANCE, AND INSULIN ACTION INDUCED BY INCREASING ENERGY EXPENDITURE OR DECREASING ENERGY INTAKE
Weiss EP, Holloszy JOJ Nutr 137: 1087-1090, 2007

INCREASE IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ENERGY EXPENDITURE IS ASSOCIATED WITH REDUCED METABOLIC RISK INDEPENDENT OF CHANGE IN FATNESS AND FITNESS
Ekelund U, Franks PW, Sharp S, et al.Diabetes Care 30(8): 2101-2106, 2007

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS OF NORMAL-WEIGHT AND OVERWEIGHT GIRLS AND BOYS DURING PRIMARY SCHOOL RECESS
Stratton G, Ridgers ND, Fairclough SJ, Richardson DJ Obesity 15: 1513-1519, 2007

2008

A NEW STANDARDIZED TREADMILL WALKING TEST REQUIRING LOW MOTOR SKILLS IN CHILDREN AGED 4-10 YEARS
Wäffler-Kammermann N, Lacorcia RS, Wettstein M, Radlinger L, Frey U
Pediatr Pulmonol 43(2):187-95, 2008

ACCELERATION VERSUS HEART RATE FOR ESTIMATING ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND SPEED DURING LOCOMOTION IN ANIMALS: TESTS WITH AN EASY MODEL SPECIES, HOMO SAPIENS
Halsey LG, Shepard EL, Hulston CJ, Venables MC, White CR, Jeukendrup AE, Wilson RP
Zoology (Jena) 111(3):231-41, 2008

ADJUSTMENT FOR GAS EXCHANGE THRESHOLD ENHANCES PRECISION OF HEART RATE-DERIVED VO2 ESTIMATES DURING HEAVY EXERCISE
Pettitt RW, Symons JD, Taylor JE, Eisenman PA, White AT
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 33(1):68-74, 2008

ANALYSIS OF HEART RATE VARIABILITY AT REST AND DURING AEROBIC EXERCISE: A STUDY IN HEALTHY PEOPLE AND CARDIAC PATIENTS
de la Cruz Torres B, López López C, Naranjo Orellana J
Br J Sports Med 42(9):715-720, 2008

APPLICATION OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TIME SERIES MODELING FOR THE PREDICTION OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE FROM HEART RATE AND ACCELEROMETRY
Zakeri I, Adolph AL, Puyau MR, Vohra FA, Butte NF
J Appl Physiol 104(6):1665-73, 2008

BETWEEN-DAY VARIABILITY OF NET AND GROSS OXYGEN UPTAKE DURING GRADED TREADMILL WALKING: EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT WALKING INTENSITIES ON THE RELIABILITY OF LOCOMOTION ECONOMY
de Mendonça Gonçalo V; Pereira Duarte F
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 33(6):1199-1206, 2008

EXERTION DURING UPHILL, LEVEL AND DOWNHILL WALKING WITH AND WITHOUT HIKING POLES
Stephane Perrey and Nicolas Fabre
J Sports Sci Med, 7(1):32-38, 2008

EXERTION DURING UPHILL, LEVEL AND DOWNHILL WALKING WITH AND WITHOUT HIKING POLES
Stephane Perrey and Nicolas Fabre
J Sports Sci Med, 7(1):32-38, 2008

HEART RATES OF HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENTS DURING TEAM SPORTS, INDIVIDUAL SPORTS, AND FITNESS ACTIVITIES
Laurson KR, Brown DD, Cullen RW, Dennis KK
Res Q Exerc Sport 79(1):85-91,2008

INFLUENCE OF PACING STRATEGY ON O2 UPTAKE AND EXERCISE TOLERANCE
Jones AM, Wilkerson DP, Vanhatalo A, Burnley M
Scand J Med Sci Sports 18(5):615-26, 2008

INFLUENCE OF PRIMING EXERCISE ON PULMONARY O2 UPTAKE KINETICS DURING TRANSITIONS TO HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE FROM AN ELEVATED BASELINE
DiMenna FJ, Wilkerson DP, Burnley M, Jones AM
J Appl Physiol 105(2):538-46, 2008

LIMITING FACTORS IN PEAK OXYGEN UPTAKE AND THE RELATIONSHIP WITH FUNCTIONAL AMBULATION IN AMBULATING CHILDREN WITH SPINA BIFIDA
De Groot JF, Takken T, Schoenmakers MAGC, Helders PJM
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(4):657–665, 2008

MUSCLE PHOSPHOCREATINE AND PULMONARY OXYGEN UPTAKE KINETICS IN CHILDREN AT THE ONSET AND OFFSET OF MODERATE INTENSITY EXERCISE
Barker AR, Welsman JR, Fulford J, Welford D, Williams CA, Armstrong N
Eur J Appl Physiol 102(6): 727–738, 2008

NEUROMUSCULAR FATIGUE IS GREATER FOLLOWING HIGHLY VARIABLE VERSUS CONSTANT INTENSITY ENDURANCE CYCLING
Theurel J, Lepers R
Eur J Appl Physiol 103(4):461–468, 2008

PEAK FAT OXIDATION RATE DURING WALKING IN SEDENTARY OVERWEIGHT MEN AND WOMEN
Bogdanis GC, Vangelakoudi A, Maridaki M
J Sports Sci Med, 7(4): 525-531, 2008

SELF-REPORTED DIETARY INTAKE FOLLOWING ENDURANCE, RESISTANCE AND CONCURRENT ENDURANCE AND RESISTANCE TRAINING
Shaw BS, Shaw I, Brown GA
J Sports Sci Med, 7(2):255-259, 2008

THE ACUTE EFFECTS OF THE THERMOGENIC SUPPLEMENT MELTDOWN ON ENERGY EXPENDITURE, FAT OXIDATION, AND HEMODYNAMIC RESPONSES IN YOUNG, HEALTHY MALES
Jitomir J, Nassar E, Culbertson J, Moreillon J, Buford T, Hudson G, Cooke M, Kreider R, Willoughby DS
J Int Soc Sports Nutr 5:23, 2008

THE ENERGETIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE TO TREADMILL WALKING AND CYCLE ERGOMETER EXERCISE IN OBESE WOMEN
Lafortuna CL, Agosti F, Galli R, Busti C, Lazzer S, Sartorio A
Eur J Appl Physiol 103(6):707–71, 2008

THE PHYSIOLOGICAL DEMANDS OF HORSEBACK MUSTERING WHEN WEARING AN EQUESTRIAN HELMET
Taylor NA, Caldwell JN, Dyer R
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(2):289-96, 2008

THE RATE OF INCREASE IN RATING OF PERCEIVED EXERTION PREDICTS THE DURATION OF EXERCISE TO FATIGUE AT A FIXED POWER OUTPUT IN DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Crewe H, Tucker R, Noakes TD
Eur J Appl Physiol 103(5):569–577, 2008

TIME SPENT BEING SEDENTARY AND WEIGHT GAIN IN HEALTHY ADULTS: REVERSE OR BIDIRECTIONAL CAUSALITY?
Ekelund U, Brage S, Besson H, Sharp S, Wareham NJ
Am J Clin Nutr 88(3):612-7, 2008

TIME-FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF HEART RATE VARIABILITY DURING IMMEDIATE RECOVERY FROM LOW AND HIGH INTENSITY EXERCISE
Martinmäki K, Rusko H
Eur J Appl Physiol 102(3):353–360, 2008

VALIDITY OF VALUES FOR METABOLIC EQUIVALENTS OF TASK DURING SUBMAXIMAL ALL-EXTREMITY EXERCISE AND RELIABILITY OF EXERCISE RESPONSES IN FRAIL OLDER ADULTS
Mendelsohn ME, Connelly DM, Overend TJ, Petrella RJ
Phys Ther 88(6):747-56, 2008

VARIABILITY IN ADHERENCE TO AN UNSUPERVISED EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION IN OBESE WOMEN
Colley RC, Hills AP, O'Moore-Sullivan TM, Hickman IJ, Prins JB, Byrne NM
Int J Obes (Lond) 32(5):837-44, 2008

2009

AEROBIC FITNESS, ENERGY BALANCE, AND BODY MASS INDEX ARE ASSOCIATED WITH TRAINING LOAD ASSESSED BY ACTIVITY ENERGY EXPENDITURE
Tanskanen M, Uusitalo ALT, Häkkinen K, Nissilä J, Santtila M, Westerterp KR, Kyröläinen H
Scand J Med Sci Sports 19(6): 871–878, 2009

ARTERIAL OXYGEN SATURATION AND DIVING RESPONSE DURING DYNAMIC APNEAS IN BREATH-HOLD DIVERS
Andersson JP, Evaggelidis L
Scand J Med Sci Sports 19(1):87-91, 2009

CARDIORESPIRATORY RESPONSES TO STATIONARY RUNNING AT DIFFERENT CADENCES IN WATER AND ON LAND
Alberton CL, Tartaruga MP, Pinto SS, Cadore EL, Da Silva EM, Kruel LF
J Sports Med Phys Fitness 49(2):142-51, 2009

COMPARISON OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE, ECONOMY, AND PEDOMETER COUNTS BETWEEN NORMAL WEIGHT AND OVERWEIGHT OR OBESE WOMEN DURING A WALKING AND JOGGING ACTIVITY
LeCheminant JD, Heden T, Smith J, Covington NK
Eur J Appl Physiol 106(5):675–682, 2009

DOMINANCE IN CARDIAC PARASYMPATHETIC ACTIVITY DURING REAL RECREATIONAL SCUBA DIVING
Chouchou F, Pichot V, Garet M, Barthélémy JC, Roche F
Eur J Appl Physiol 106(3):345–352, 2009

EFFECT OF A 20-DAY SKI TREK ON FUEL SELECTION DURING PROLONGED EXERCISE AT LOW WORKLOAD WITH INGESTION OF 13C-GLUCOSE
Péronnet F, Abdelaoui M, Lavoie C, Marrao C, Kerr S, Massicotte D, Giesbrecht G
Eur J Appl Physiol 106(1): 41-49, 2009

EFFECT OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND TRAINING STATUS ON LEPTIN RESPONSE TO SUB-MAXIMAL CYCLING
Bouassida A, Chatard JC, Chamari K, Zaouali M, Feki Y, Gharbi N, Zbidi A, Tabka Z
Sports Sci Med, 8(2):190-196, 2009

EFFECT OF EXERCISE DURATION ON SESSION RPE AT AN INDIVIDUALIZED CONSTANT WORKLOAD
Green JM, McIntosh JR, Hornsby J, Timme L, Gover L, Mayes LM
Eur J Appl Physiol 107(5):501-507, 2009

EFFECT OF HIGH INTENSITY INTERMITTENT TRAINING ON HEART RATE VARIABILITY IN PREPUBESCENT CHILDREN
Gamelin FX, Baquet G, Berthoin S, Thevenet D, Nourry C, Nottin S, Bosquet L
Eur J Appl Physiol 105(5):731-8, 2009

EFFECT OF PRECEDING RESISTANCE EXERCISE ON METABOLISM DURING SUBSEQUENT AEROBIC SESSION
Kang J, Rashti SL, Tranchina CP, Ratamess NA, Faigenbaum AD, Hoffman JR
Eur J Appl Physiol 107(1):43-50, 2009

ENERGY COST AND POLE FORCES DURING NORDIC WALKING UNDER DIFFERENT SURFACE CONDITIONS
Schiffer T, Knicker A, Dannöhl R, Strüder HK
Med Sci Sports Exerc 41(3):663-8, 2009

HEART RATE AND EXERCISE INTENSITY DURING TRAINING: OBSERVATIONS FROM THE DREW STUDY
Mikus CR, Earnest CP, Blair SN, Church TS
Br J Sports Med 43(10):750-755, 2009

HEART RATE AND METABOLIC RESPONSES TO MODERATE-INTENSITY AEROBIC EXERCISE: A COMPARISON OF GRADED WALKING AND UNGRADED JOGGING AT A CONSTANT PERCEIVED EXERTION
Kilpatrick MW, Kraemer RR, Quigley EJ, Mears JL, Powers JM, Dedea AJ, Ferrer NF
J Sports Sci 27(5):509-16, 2009

HEART RATE DYNAMICS AFTER COMBINED ENDURANCE AND STRENGTH TRAINING IN OLDER MEN
Karavirta L, Tulppo MP, Laaksonen DE, Nyman K, Laukkanen RT, Kinnunen H, Häkkinen A, Häkkinen K
Med Sci Sports Exerc 41(7):1436-43, 2009

INTENSITY OF NORDIC WALKING IN YOUNG FEMALES WITH DIFFERENT PEAK O2 CONSUMPTION
Jürimäe T, Meema K, Karelson K, Purge P, Jürimäe J
Clin Physiol Funct Imaging 29(5):330-4, 2009

IS THE BALANCE BETWEEN SKELETAL MUSCULAR METABOLIC CAPACITY AND OXYGEN SUPPLY CAPACITY THE SAME IN ENDURANCE TRAINED AND UNTRAINED SUBJECTS?
Rud B, Hallén J
Eur J Appl Physiol 105(5):679–685, 2009

METABOLIC REQUIREMENTS OF INTERACTIVE VIDEO GAME CYCLING
Warburton DE, Sarkany D, Johnson M, Rhodes RE, Whitford W, Esch BT, Scott JM, Wong SC, Bredin SS
Med Sci Sports Exerc 41(4):920-6, 2009

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS AND ESTIMATED DAILY ENERGY EXPENDITURES IN NORMAL AND OVERWEIGHT TUNISIAN SCHOOLCHILDREN
Zarrouk F, Bouhlel E, Feki Y, Amri M, Shephard RJ
J Sports Sci Med, 8(1):455-460, 2009

PLAYING ACTIVE VIDEO GAMES INCREASES ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN CHILDREN
Graf DL, Pratt VP, Hester CN, Short KR
Pediatrics 124(2):534-540,2009

SELF-PACED EXERCISE IS LESS PHYSICALLY CHALLENGING THAN ENFORCED CONSTANT PACE EXERCISE OF THE SAME INTENSITY: INFLUENC E OF COMPLEX CENTRAL METABOLIC CONTROL
Lander PJ, Butterly RJ, Edwards AM
Br J Sports Med 4(10):789-795, 2009

THE CROSS-SECTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS AMONG HYPERTHERMIA-INDUCED HYPERVENTILATION, PEAK OXYGEN CONSUMPTION, AND THE CUTANEOUS VASODILATORY RESPONSE DURING EXERCISE
Hayashi K, Honda Y, Ogawa T, Kondo N, Nishiyasu T
Eur J Appl Physiol 107(5):527-534, 2009

THE RELIABILITY OF FATMAX
Meyer T, Folz C, Rosenberger F, Kindermann W
Scand J Med Sci Sports 19(2):213-21, 2009

THE STRESS OF CHESS PLAYERS AS A MODEL TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL STIMULI ON PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES: AN EXAMPLE OF SUBSTRATE OXIDATION AND HEART RATE VARIABILITY IN MAN
Troubat N, Fargeas-Gluck MA, Tulppo M, Dugué B
Eur J Appl Physiol 105(3):343–349, 2009

2010

ACCELEROMETER OUTPUT AND MET VALUES OF COMMON PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES
Kozey SL, Lyden K, Howe CA, Staudenmayer JW, Freedson PS.
Med Sci Sports Exerc 42(9):1776-84, 2010

AEROBIC ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND INTENSITY PREDICTION DURING A SPECIFIC CIRCUIT WEIGHT TRAINING: A PILOT STUDY
Benito PJ, Álvarez M, Diaz V, Peinado AB, Calderón FJ
J Hum Sport Exerc 5(2): 134-145, 2010

ASSESSMENT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY USING ACCELEROMETRY, AN ACTIVITY DIARY, THE HEART RATE METHOD AND THE INDIAN MIGRATION STUDY QUESTIONNAIRE IN SOUTH INDIAN ADULTS
Bharathi AV, Kuriyan R, Kurpad AV, Thomas T, Ebrahim S, Kinra S, Lyngdoh T, Srinath K, Reddy SK, Dorairaj P, Vaz M
Pub Health Nutr 13(1): 47 – 53, 2010

CALORIC RESTRICTION WITH OR WITHOUT EXERCISE: THE FITNESS VS. FATNESS DEBATE
Larson-Meyer DE, Redman L, Heilbronn LK, Martin CK, Ravussin E, and The Pennington CALERIE Team
Med Sci Sports Exerc 42(1): 152–9, 2010

DOES A VARIATION IN SELF-REPORTED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REFLECT VARIATION IN OBJECTIVELY MEASURED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, RESTING HEART RATE, AND PHYSICAL FITNESS? RESULTS FROM THE TROMSØ STUDY
Emaus A, Degerstrøm J, Wilsgaard T, Hansen BH, Dieli-Conwright CM, Furberg AS, Pettersen SA, Andersen LB, Eggen AE, Bernstein L, Thune I
Scand J Public Health 38(5): 105-18, 2010

EFFECTS OF STATIC STRETCHING ON ENERGY COST AND RUNNING ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE
Wilson JM, Hornbuckle, LM, Kim J-S, Ugrinowitsch C, Lee S-R, Zourdos MC, Sommer B, Panton LB
J Strength Cond Res 24(9): 2274-9, 2010

ENERGY EXPENDITURE ESTIMATION DURING OFFICIAL SOCCER MATCHES
Coelho DB, Coelho LG, Mortimer LA, Condessa LA, Ferreira-Junior JB, Borba DA, Oliveira BM, Bouzas-Marins JC, Soares DD, Silami-Garcia E
Brazilian Journal of Biomotricity, 4 (4): 246-255, 2010.

ENERGY EXPENDITURE OF TRANSFEMORAL AMPUTEES WALKING ON A HORIZONTAL AND TILTED TREADMILL SIMULATING DIFFERENT OUTDOOR WALKING CONDITIONS
Starholm I-M, Gjovaag T, Mengshoel AM
Prosthet Orthot Int 34(2): 184-94, 2010

ENERGY EXPENDITURE WHILE PLAYING ACTIVE AND INACTIVE VIDEO GAMES
Leatherdale ST, Woodruff SJ, Manske SR
Am J Health Behav 34(1): 31-5, 2010

ENERGY TURNOVER DURING 24 HOURS AND 6 DAYS OF ADVENTURE RACING
Enqvist JK, Mattsson CM, Johansson PH, Brink-Elfegoun T, Bakkman L, Ekblom BT.
J Sports Sci 28(9): 947-55, 2010

EXERCISE-INDUCED ENERGY EXPENDITURE: IMPLICATIONS FOR EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION AND OBESITY
Colley RC, Hills AP, King NA, Byrne NM
Pat Educ Couns 79(3): 327–32, 2010

PARALLEL ASSESSMENT OF NUTRITION AND ACTIVITY IN ATHLETES: VALIDATION AGAINST DOUBLY LABELLED WATER, 24-H UREA EXCRETION, AND INDIRECT CALORIMETRY
Koehler K, Braun H, De Marees M, Fusch G, Fusch C, Mester J, Schaenzer W
J Sports Sci 28(13): 1435-49, 2010

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HEART RATE VARIABILITY MEASURED SIMULTANEOUSLY DURING WAKING HOURS
Hautala AJ, Karjalainen J, Kiviniemi AM, Kinnunen H, Mäkikallio TH, Huikuri HV, Tulppo MP
Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 298(3): H874-80, 2010

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, THE FRAMINGHAM RISK SCORE AND RISK OF CORONARY HEART DISEASE IN MEN AND WOMEN OF THE EPIC-NORFOLK STUDY
Arsenault BJ, Rana JS, Lemieux I, Després J-P, Wareham NJ, Kastelein JJP, Matthijs Boekholdt S, Khaw K-T
Atherosclerosis 209(1): 261–5, 2010

SIMULATED TIME TRIAL USING THREE DIFFERENT PEDAL RATE PROTOCOLS
Loveday DE, Coast JR
International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport 10(1): 25-32, 2010

THE EFFECTS OF EXERCISE-INDUCED WEIGHT LOSS ON APPETITE-RELATED PEPTIDES AND MOTIVATION TO EAT
Martins C, Kulseng B, King NA , Holst JJ, Blundell JE
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 95(4): 1609-16, 2010

VALIDITY OF THE NIKE+DEVICE DURING WALKING AND RUNNING  
Kane NA, Simmons MC, John D, Thompson DL, Basset DR
Int J Sports Med 31(2): 101-5, 2010

2011

ACCURACY OF A NOVEL MULTI-SENSOR BOARD FOR MEASURING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND ENERGY EXPENDITURE
Duncan GE, Lester J, Migotsky S, Goh J, Higgins L, Borriello G
Eur J Appl Physiol 111(9), 2025-32

ACUTE PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO RECREATIONAL IN-LINE SKATING IN YOUNG ADULTS
Orepic P, Mikulic P, Soric M, Ruzic L, Markovic G
Eur J Sport Sci , available online 5 Dec 2011

DOES A 24-HOUR ULTRA-SWIM LEAD TO DEHYDRATION?
Knechtle B, Knechtle P, Kohler G, Rosemann T
J Hum Sport Exerc 6(1): 68-79, 2011

EFFECT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON BODY WATER IN SEDENTARY YOUNG UNDERWEIGHT AND OBESE WOMEN
Habibzadeh N
Sport Sci 4(1): 60-2, 2011

EFFECTS OF ENERGY DRINKS ON METABOLISM AT REST AND DURING SUBMAXIMAL TREADMILL EXERCISE IN COLLEGE AGE MALES
Nienhueser J, Brown GA, Shaw BS, Shaw I
Int J Exerc Sci 4(1): 65-76, 2011

EVALUATION OF ACTIVITY MONITORS IN MANUAL WHEELCHAIR USERS WITH PARAPLEGIA
Hiremath SV, Ding D
J Spinal Cord Med 34(1): 110–7, 2011

EXERCISING WOMEN WITH MENSTRUAL DISTURBANCES CONSUME LOW ENERGY DENSE FOODS AND BEVERAGES
Reed JL, Bowell JL, Hill BR, Williams BA, De Souza MJ, Williams NI
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 36(3): 382-94, 2011

FEASIBILITY OF ACTIVITY-PROMOTING VIDEO GAMES AMONG OBESE ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS IN A CLINICAL SETTING
Radon K, Fürbeck B, Thomas S, Siegfried W, Nowak D, von Kries R
J Sci Med Sport 14(1): 42–5, 2011

SALSA: SAVING LIVES STAYING ACTIVE TO PROMOTE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HEALTHY EATING
Lee RE, Scherezade KM, Medina A, Edwards RO, McNeill L
J Obes, 2011

STATISTICAL MACHINE LEARNING FOR AUTOMATIC ASSESSMENT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INTENSITY USING MULTI-AXIAL ACCELEROMETRY AND HEART RATE
García-García F, García-Sáez G, Chausa P, Martínez-Sarriegui I, Benito PJ, Gómez EJ, Hernando ME
Artif Intell Med 6747: 70-9, 2011

THE EFFECT OF 1,000 KM NONSTOP CYCLING ON FAT MASS AND SKELETAL MUSCLE MASS
Knechtle B, Knechtle P, Kohler G
Res Sports Med 19(3): 170-85, 2011

THE EFFECT OF AN ARM SLING ON ENERGY CONSUMPTION WHILE WALKING IN HEMIPLEGIC PATIENTS: A RANDOMIZED COMPARISON
Han SH, Kim T, Jang SH, Kim MJ, Park S-B, Yoon S-I, Choi B-K, Lee MY, Lee KH
Clin Rehabil 25(1): 36-42, 2011

THE USE OF THE 6-MIN WALK TEST AS A PROXY FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE DURING GAIT IN INDIVIDUALS WITH LOWER-LIMB AMPUTATION
Kark L, McIntosh AS, Simmons A
Int J Rehabil Res 34(3): 227–34, 2011

2012

ATTRITION AND ADHERENCE OF YOUNG WOMEN TO AEROBIC EXERCISE: LESSONS FROM THE WISER STUDY
Arikawa AY, O'Dougherty M, Kaufman BC, Schmitz KH, Kurzer MS
Contemp Clin Trials 33(2): 298–301, 2012

EFFECTS OF HABITUAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON RESPONSE TO ENDURANCE TRAINING
Hautala A, Martinmaki K, Kiviniemi A, Kinnunen H, Virtanen P, Jaatinen J, Tulppo M
J Sports Sci 30(6): 563-9, 2012

WHEELCHAIR-MOUNTED ACCELEROMETERS FOR MEASUREMENT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Gendle SC, Richardson M, Leeper J, Hardin LB, Green JM, Bishop PA
Disabil Rehabil 7(2): 139–48, 2012

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