Effect of BMI on Pedometers in Early Adolescents under Free-Living Conditions
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise
The article reports on research which was conducted to determine whether the New Lifestyles NL-2000 (NL) and the Digi- Walker SW-200 (DW) pedometers yield similar step counts as compared with an ankle-mounted criterion, Step Watch 3, when worn by early adolescents in a free-living environment and to study whether body mass index (BMI) percentile affects the accuracy of waist-mounted pedometers in adolescents. They found that The NL and DW recorded fewer steps than the Step Watch 3 in each BMI category and that the NL is a better device for adolescents' steps than the DW, especially for those who are obese.
Tyo, Brian M.; Bassett, David R.; Coe, Dawn P.; Feito, Yuri; and Thompson, Dixie L., "Effect of BMI on Pedometers in Early Adolescents under Free-Living Conditions" (2013). Faculty Bibliography. 2261.
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