Pedometer-determined ambulatory activity in individuals with type 2 diabetes

  • Tudor-Locke C
  • Bell R
  • Myers A
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This cross-sectional study presents the first normative data on pedometer-determined ambulatory activity, defined as steps/day, in 160 (98 males, 62 females; age=52.4 +/- 5.3 years; BMI=32.3 +/- 5.7) free-living individuals with type 2 diabetes. Participants took 6662 +/- 3077 steps per day, less than that reported in nondiabetic samples and more than that reported for samples living with more restrictive chronic conditions including claudication, joint replacement, chronic obstructive lung disease, and chronic heart failure. Steps/day and BMI were inversely and significantly correlated (r=-0.27, P

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  • C.E. Tudor-Locke

  • R.C. Bell

  • A.M. Myers

  • S.B. Harris

  • N. Lauzon

  • N.W. Rodger

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