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Wonwoo Byun
University of South Carolina
Physical therapySedentary lifestyleBody mass indexDiabetes mellitusMedicine
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The purpose of this study was to examine agreement in energy expenditure between the Apple Series 1 Watch, LifeTrak Core C200, and Fitbit Charge HR with indirect calorimetry during various treadmill speeds in young adults. Participants were a sample of college-aged students (mean age = 20.1 (1.7) years; 13 females, 17 males). Participants completed six structured 10-minute exercise sessions on a treadmill with speeds ranging from 53.6 m·min−1 to 187.7 m·min−1. Indirect calorimetry was used as th...
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Introduction: To examine the validity and reliability of the Fitbit Charge HR (FCH), wrist-worn ActiGraph (AG) accelerometers were used for assessing the classification of physical activity (PA) into intensity categories in children. Methods: Forty-three children (n = 43) participated in the study. Each participant completed 3 min bouts of 12 PAs ranging from sedentary to vigorous intensity while simultaneously wearing FCH and AG on both hands, a Polar HR monitor, and a portable indirect calorim...
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Background: There has been a call for updating the Youth Compendium of Energy Expenditure (YCEE) by including energy expenditure (EE) data of young children (ie, < 6-year-old children). Therefore, this study examined the activity EE in 3 to 6 year old children using indirect calorimetry. Methods: Using Oxycon Mobile portable indirect calorimetry, both the oxygen consumption (VO2) and the EE of 28 children (Girls: 46%, Age: 4.8 ± 1.0, BMI: 16.4 ± 1.6) were measured while they performed various da...
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