Prediction of energy expenditure from heart rate monitoring during submaximal exercise

@article{Keytel2005PredictionOE,
  title={Prediction of energy expenditure from heart rate monitoring during submaximal exercise},
  author={L R Keytel and Julia H. Goedecke and Timothy David Noakes and H Hiiloskorpi and Raija Laukkanen and Lize van der Merwe and Estelle Vicki Lambert},
  journal={Journal of Sports Sciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={23},
  pages={289 - 297}
}
The aims of this study were to quantify the effects of factors such as mode of exercise, body composition and training on the relationship between heart rate and physical activity energy expenditure (measured in kJ · min−1) and to develop prediction equations for energy expenditure from heart rate. Regularly exercising individuals (n  =  115; age 18 – 45 years, body mass 47 – 120 kg) underwent a test for maximal oxygen uptake ([Vdot]O2max test), using incremental protocols on either a cycle… Expand
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