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Cadence and Intensity Across the Adult Lifespan

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Cadence and Intensity Across the Adult Lifespan

The purpose of this study is to determine and link cadence (the number of steps taken in a minute) to the intensity of physical activity (e.g. low-, moderate- and vigorous-intensity) in adults (21-85 years old). The investigators anticipate that cadence will be a good indicator of exercise intensity. Identifying how cadence relates to activity intensity will allow for physical activity guidelines to be communicated to the public in a manner that is more accessible to the lay person.

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Cadence and Intensity Across the Adult Lifespan

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NCT02650258

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