2 edition of Comparison of energy expenditure using the CSA accelerometer and two questionnaires. found in the catalog.
Comparison of energy expenditure using the CSA accelerometer and two questionnaires.
Thesis (M. Sc. (Sport, Exercise and Leisure)) - University of Ulster, 1997.
Estimates of energy intake were consistent with this hypothesis, and accelerometer based activity counts can provide valid information about energy expenditure [20,33]. In addition, self-reports of energy intake are notoriously inaccurate [ 34 ], and previous studies using the current methods for reducing sedentary behavior have shown. Social Support Conceptualization and Measurement. Social support is the active ingredient of the Madres intervention. There is strong evidence supporting the relationship between social support and physical activity 4–7 particularly for Latinas. 8–11 Similarly, there is consensus that social support is essential to physical activity among Mexican-born Hispanic women across settings 6 and.
Sedentary behavior is defined as activities performed in a seated or lying posture with very low energy expenditure (CSA accelerometer model ) A possible explanation might be the equivalence of dependence on recall in both the questionnaire under study and the comparison measure, i.e. other questionnaires or cognitive. Montoye HJ, Kemper HC, Saris WH, Washburn RA. Measuring physical activity and energy expenditure. Champaign, Human Kinetics Ref Type: Serial (Book, Monograph) Rzewnicki R, Auweele Y Vanden, De Bourdeaudhuij I. Addressing overreporting on the International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ) telephone survey with a population sample.
Password requirements: 6 to 30 characters long; ASCII characters only (characters found on a standard US keyboard); must contain at least 4 different symbols;. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses.
New proverbs for our day
Minor findings of Lombard Street Garage.
Policy and procedures for procurement of architect-engineer (A-E) services
Hidden treasures : or Fisheries around the Northwest coast.
Joyfull newes of the Kings most certaine resolution and purpose to come to London with his army
Cardenismo and peronismo
The Farmers American almanac, for the year of our Lord Christ, --1798-- ...
J.H. Henstocks photographic album of Dovedale & Ashbourne.
Federal policy on post-secondary education
Ohio election laws, annotated.
A bibliography of Sir Thomas Browne
Tourists guide to Russia
Point group character tables and related data
Faults and lineaments of the Southern Cascades, Oregon
The cut points were determined from published regression equations relating CSA countsmin − 1 to gross energy expenditure in METs and are presented in Table 1. Table 1: Cut points for 3, 6, and 9 METs determined from three prediction models using countsmin−1 from the CSA accelerometer.
Estimation of energy expenditure using CSA. The adaption consists in the comparison between the units of the data acquired by a tri-axial accelerometer and a mobile device accelerometer. To evaluate the relative validity of two non-consecutive 24HR using EPIC-SOFT by comparison with 5-day estimated dietary records (EDR).
To assess misreporting in energy for both methods by comparing energy intake with energy expenditure from accelerometery in a by: ANNs using raw data from the same wrist (e.g. EE predicted from right wrist ANNs using accelerometer data from right wrist) had the highest accuracy for EE prediction (r =RMSE = – The CSA accelerometer records movement counts per minute, which represent the intensity of activity in that minute, and has been found to be a valid and reliable objective measure of PA and energy expenditure in adults, 24 The accelerometer was worn during all waking hours, and removed only during water-based activities.
Participants Cited by: Two physical activity questionnaires were evaluated against cardiorespiratory fitness (V˙O 2 peak), and a tri-axial accelerometer for movement registration (Tracmor) in men, aged 40 years, within the framework of the Leuven Longitudinal Study on Lifestyle, Fitness, and Health.
Tracmor data were obtained during four successive days. Tudor-Locke et al., in a study of 60 adult volunteers in South Carolina, USA, observed a high correlation between accelerometer (CSA model ) and pedometer step counts (r = ), but the accelerometer detected ± more steps/day on average than the pedometer and the limits of agreement were even broader ( to steps/day.
Using the actigraph, the average (SD) minutes per day and range (minimum–maximum) spent in moderate or vigorous intensity activity for each cut-point were as follows: () and to using the Hendelman et al.
cut-point; (), to using the Swartz et al. cut-point; and () and 0 to using the. Energy expenditure values were then converted to kJ (1 kcal = kJ) for direct comparison with DLW.
Energy expenditure values from week 1 (Days 1–7) and week 2 (Days 8–15) for the IPAQ-LF and NZPAQ-SF, respectively were summed and divided by the number of days to provide average daily physical-activity related energy expenditure.
Single, hip-mounted accelerometers can provide accurate measurements of energy expenditure (EE) in some settings, but are unable to accurately estimate the energy cost of many non-ambulatory activities.
A multi-sensor network may be able to overcome the limitations of a single accelerometer. Thus, the purpose of our study was to compare the abilities of a wireless network of accelerometers and.
(Computer Science and Applications (CSA) model) is one of the most extensively validated accelerometers and its activity counts correlate reasonably with doubly labelled water derived energy expenditure in non-preg-nant populations .
Participants were asked to wear the accelerometer on the right hip during waking hours except while swim. Rääsk T, Mäestu J, Lätt E, Jürimäe J, Jürimäe T, Vainik U, et al. Comparison of IPAQ-SF and two other physical activity questionnaires with accelerometer in adolescent boys.
PLoS ONE. ;12(1):e CrossRef Google Scholar. Mean expenditure per day/kg and PWC/kg had a correlation of *. When excluding the variable weight, energy expenditure expressed as kcal/day was highly correlated with PWC (*). Based on this, the study concludes that the 3-day activity record is suitable to estimate energy expenditure in population studies.
Background The methodology used in the first Belgian food consumption survey followed to a large extent the instructions of the European Food Consumption (EFCOSUM) reports, where repeated hour recalls (24HR) using EPIC-SOFT were recommended.
Objectives To evaluate the relative validity of two non-consecutive 24HR using EPIC-SOFT by comparison with 5-day. Comparison of accelerometers with oxygen consumption in older adults during exercise. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., Vol. 31, No. 1, pp.Purpose: The purpose of this study was to compare two commercially available accelerometers with indirect calorimetry in a group of older adults (x ± SD; ± yr; N = 86, 44 males and 42 females).
There is no standardized method for the assessment of physical activity (PA). Therefore it is important to investigate the validity and comparability of different measures. The International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ) has been developed as an instrument for cross-national assessment of PA and has been validated in 12 countries.
The methodology used in the first Belgian food consumption survey followed to a large extent the instructions of the European Food Consumption (EFCOSUM) reports, where repeated hour recalls (24HR) using EPIC-SOFT were evaluate the relative validity of two non-consecutive 24HR using EPIC-SOFT by comparison with 5-day estimated dietary records (EDR).
Assessment of energy expenditure for physical activity using a triaxial accelerometer. Med Sci Sports Exerc ; 26 (12) Med Sci Sports Exerc ; 26 (12) 54 Crouter SE, Kuffel E, Haas JD, Frongillo EA, Bassett Jr DR. Physical Activity Assessment With - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.
Physical Activity Assessment With acceleromethers. ''article". Issues addressed The International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ) was developed as a global standard questionnaire to monitor physical activity across diverse populations.
In Vietnam, the IPAQ–Short Form (SF) has only been tested for reliability and validity among adolescents. The present study determined test–retest reliability and criterion validity of the IPAQ-SF for older.
Thus, the initial study had two aims: (1) translation of the existing questionnaire into Japanese and (2) assessment of the validity of this questionnaire in terms of its ability to estimate energy expenditure and the reliability in terms of its variability among women in Japan.This study assessed and compared the daily step counts recorded by two different motion sensors in order to estimate the free-living physical activity of adolescent girls.
Each girl concurrently wore a Yamax pedometer and an ActiGraph accelerometer (criterion measure) every day for seven consecutive days. The convergent validity of the pedometer can be considered intermediate when used to.Trost, Stewart, Way, Rebecca, & Okely, Anthony () Predictive validity of accelerometer prediction equations for Energy Expenditure (EE) during overland walking and running in children and adolescents [Conference Abstract].
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 36(S5), ss