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Accelerometry and Self-report in Sedentary Populations

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Objectives : To determine whether self-reported exercise duration and intensity matched accelerometer data in sedentary endometrial cancer survivors and age-matched controls.

Methods : Participants were asked to wear an accelerometer and self-report exercise bouts, duration, and intensity for one week. Self-reported duration was compared with accelerometer data.

Results : Selfreported exercise-bout duration matched accelerometer duration 93 for survivors and 99 for controls. Self-reported exercisebout intensity matched accelerometer intensity 70 for survivors and 66 for controls. There were no significant differences between groups.

Conclusions : Sedentary endometrial cancer survivors and controls self-reported duration and intensity of physical activity consistent with accelerometer data.
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Keywords: accelerometry; cancer survivors; physical activity; sedentary; selfreport

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1 Clinical Exercise Specialist, Department of Behavioral Science, The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX.

Publication date: 2011-01-01

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