Fat Mass Index and Body Mass Index Affect Peak Metabolic Equivalent Negatively during Exercise Test among Children and Adolescents in Taiwan

@inproceedings{Tuan2018FatMI,
  title={Fat Mass Index and Body Mass Index Affect Peak Metabolic Equivalent Negatively during Exercise Test among Children and Adolescents in Taiwan},
  author={Shenghui Tuan and Hungtzu Su and Yijen Chen and Minhui Li and Yunjen Tsai and Chunhan Yang and Kolong Lin},
  booktitle={International journal of environmental research and public health},
  year={2018}
}
Peak metabolic equivalent (MET) is the most reliable indicator of cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF). The aim of this study was to examine the association between CRF indicated by peak MET and body mass index (BMI) or fat mass index (FMI) in Taiwanese children and adolescents (C-A). Data of 638 C-A aged 10-18 that received symptom-limited treadmill exercise… CONTINUE READING