This dissertation was designed to examine the validity of heart rate (HR) and motion sensors for estimating energy expenditure (EE) during activities ranging from sedentary behaviors to vigorous exercise. A secondary purpose was to devise new ways to improve on current methods of estimating EE. Specific aims of the dissertation were: (1) to examine the use of pedometers to measure steps taken, distance traveled, and EE during treadmill walking at various speeds; (2) Examine the use of a Polar HR monitor to estimate EE during treadmill running, stationary cycling, and rowing; (3) compare the current Actigraph regression equations (relating counts·min-1 to EE) against three newer devices (Actiheart, Actical, and AMP-331) during sedentary, light, moderate, and vigorous intensity activities; and (4) development of a new 2-regression model to estimate EE using the Actigraph accelerometer.

Direct Link: https://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_graddiss/4311/

Journal: Doctoral Dissertation - University of Tennessee

Keywords: energy expenditure, Free living, MVPA, Sedentary behaviour, treadmill, validity,

Applications: Energy Expenditure,

CamNtech Reference: AH05004

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