Comparison of the ActiGraph 7164 and the ActiGraph GT1M during self-paced locomotion.

@article{Kozey2010ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of the ActiGraph 7164 and the ActiGraph GT1M during self-paced locomotion.},
  author={Sarah L. Kozey and John Staudenmayer and Richard P. Troiano and Patty S. Freedson},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2010},
  volume={42 5},
  pages={971-6}
}
PURPOSE This study compared the ActiGraph accelerometer model 7164 (AM1) with the ActiGraph GT1M (AM2) during self-paced locomotion. METHODS Participants (n = 116, aged 18-73 yr, mean body mass index = 26.1 kg x m(-2)) walked at self-selected slow, medium, and fast speeds around an indoor circular hallway (0.47 km). Both activity monitors were attached to a belt secured to the hip and simultaneously collected data in 60-s epochs. To compare differences between monitors, the average difference… CONTINUE READING

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