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Instrumented assessment of physical activity is associated with muscle function but not with muscle mass in a general populatio

Body Composition Assessment
Anna G. M. Rojer et al.
Used Parameters : SMM, SMI, BFM

Publication Year : 2017

Country : Netherlands

Journal : Journal of Aging and Health

Objectives: Self-reported physical activity has shown to affect muscle-related parameters. As self-report is likely biased, this study aimed to assess the association between instrumented assessment of physical activity (I-PA) and muscle-related parameters in a general population. Method: Included were 156 young-to-middle-aged and 80 older community-dwelling adults. Seven days of trunk accelerometry (DynaPort MoveMonitor, McRoberts BV) quantified daily physical activity (ie, active/inactive duration, number and mean duration of …
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