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Reliability of low‐power cycling efficiency in energy expenditure phenotyping of inactive men and women

Lifestyle Disease
Fares EJ et al.
Used Parameters : FFM, SMM, BFM, PBF

Publication Year : 2017

Country : Switzerland

Journal : Physiological Reports

Standardized approaches to assess human energy expenditure (EE) are well defined at rest and at moderate to high‐intensity exercise, but not at light intensity physical activities energetically comparable with those of daily life (ie, 1.5–4 times the resting EE, ie, 1.5–4 MET s). Our aim was to validate a graded exercise test for assessing the energy cost of low‐intensity dynamic work in physically inactive humans, that is, those who habitually do not meet the guidelines for moderate‐to‐vigorous aerobic physical activity levels. In healthy and …
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