Step accumulation per minute epoch is not the same as cadence for free-living adults.

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PURPOSE The term cadence has been used interchangeably to describe both the rate of stepping and the number of steps in a minute epoch. This is only strictly true if walking is continuous within that epoch. This study directly compared these two outcomes in minute epochs of data from free-living adults to assess the scale of any difference between them… (More)
DOI: 10.1249/MSS.0b013e3182955780

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@article{Dall2013StepAP, title={Step accumulation per minute epoch is not the same as cadence for free-living adults.}, author={P. M. Dall and Paul Robert Walker McCrorie and Malcolm H. Granat and Benedict William Stansfield}, journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise}, year={2013}, volume={45 10}, pages={1995-2001} }