Published on in Vol 5, No 7 (2017): July

Estimating Heart Rate, Energy Expenditure, and Physical Performance With a Wrist Photoplethysmographic Device During Running

Estimating Heart Rate, Energy Expenditure, and Physical Performance With a Wrist Photoplethysmographic Device During Running

Estimating Heart Rate, Energy Expenditure, and Physical Performance With a Wrist Photoplethysmographic Device During Running

Journals

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  6. Köteles F, Teufel B, Körmendi J, Ferentzi E, Szemerszky R. Cardioceptive accuracy is associated with arousal but not with valence and perceived exertion under physical load. Psychophysiology 2020;57(9) View
  7. Budig M, Höltke V, Keiner M. Accuracy of optical heart rate measurement and distance measurement of a fitness tracker and their consequential use in sports. German Journal of Exercise and Sport Research 2019;49(4):402 View
  8. De Ridder B, Van Rompaey B, Kampen J, Haine S, Dilles T. Smartphone Apps Using Photoplethysmography for Heart Rate Monitoring: Meta-Analysis. JMIR Cardio 2018;2(1):e4 View
  9. Navalta J, Montes J, Bodell N, Salatto R, Manning J, DeBeliso M, Boullosa D. Concurrent heart rate validity of wearable technology devices during trail running. PLOS ONE 2020;15(8):e0238569 View
  10. Mühlen J, Stang J, Lykke Skovgaard E, Judice P, Molina-Garcia P, Johnston W, Sardinha L, Ortega F, Caulfield B, Bloch W, Cheng S, Ekelund U, Brønd J, Grøntved A, Schumann M. Recommendations for determining the validity of consumer wearable heart rate devices: expert statement and checklist of the INTERLIVE Network. British Journal of Sports Medicine 2021:bjsports-2020-103148 View
  11. Carrier B, Barrios B, Jolley B, Navalta J. Validity and Reliability of Physiological Data in Applied Settings Measured by Wearable Technology: A Rapid Systematic Review. Technologies 2020;8(4):70 View
  12. Levikari S, Immonen A, Kuisma M, Peltonen H, Silvennoinen M, Kyrolainen H, Silventoinen P. Improving Energy Expenditure Estimation in Wrist-Worn Wearables by Augmenting Heart Rate Data With Heat Flux Measurement. IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement 2021;70:1 View