Brisk walking speed in older adults who walk for exercise

This paper aimed to determine the self-selected exercise intensity of older adults who report that they walk briskly for exercise. An additional aim of the study was to assess the contribution of self-reported physical activity to self-selected exercise intensity.
Carol Parise, Barbara Sternfeld, Steven Samuels, and Ira B. Tager
Blackwell Publishing, Inc.
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March 2004
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