Objective measurement of physical activity in youth : current issues, future directions
Trost, Stewart G. (2001) Objective measurement of physical activity in youth : current issues, future directions. Exercise Sports Sciences Reviews, 29(1), pp. 32-36.
Second-generation activity monitors have revolutionized the way in which we measure youth physical activity. Use of the monitors avoids the problems associated with self-report methods and allows for the estimation of physical activity patterns over time. This article examines important methodological issues related to the use of activity monitors in children and adolescents.
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