Published on in Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Jul-Dec

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/12363, first published .
Influence of Anthropometrics on Step-Rate Thresholds for Moderate and Vigorous Physical Activity in Older Adults: Scientific Modeling Study

Influence of Anthropometrics on Step-Rate Thresholds for Moderate and Vigorous Physical Activity in Older Adults: Scientific Modeling Study

Influence of Anthropometrics on Step-Rate Thresholds for Moderate and Vigorous Physical Activity in Older Adults: Scientific Modeling Study

Journals

  1. O’Brien M, Johns J, Fowles J, Kimmerly D. Validity of the activPAL and Height-Adjusted Curvilinear Cadence-METs Equations in Healthy Adults. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science 2020;24(2):147 View
  2. O’Brien M, Johns J, Dorey T, Frayne R, Fowles J, Mekary S, Kimmerly D. Meeting international aerobic physical activity guidelines is associated with enhanced cardiovagal baroreflex sensitivity in healthy older adults. Clinical Autonomic Research 2020;30(2):139 View
  3. Wu Y, Johns J, Poitras J, Kimmerly D, O’Brien M. Improving the criterion validity of the activPAL in determining physical activity intensity during laboratory and free-living conditions. Journal of Sports Sciences 2021;39(7):826 View
  4. McAvoy C, Moore C, Aguiar E, Ducharme S, Schuna J, Barreira T, Chase C, Gould Z, Amalbert-Birriel M, Chipkin S, Staudenmayer J, Tudor-Locke C, Mora-Gonzalez J. Cadence (steps/min) and relative intensity in 21 to 60-year-olds: the CADENCE-adults study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2021;18(1) View
  5. O’Brien M, Kimmerly D, Mekari S. Greater habitual moderate-to-vigorous physical activity is associated with better executive function and higher prefrontal oxygenation in older adults. GeroScience 2021 View