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Current Issue: Volume 11, Issue 7 (2018) Wearable Technology Special Issue
Current State of Commercial Wearable Technology in Physical Activity Monitoring 2015-2017
Jennifer Bunn, James W. Navalta, Charles J. Fountaine, and Joel Reece
Intraindividual Variability and Validity in Smart Apparel Muscle Activity Measurements During Exercise in Men
Jonathan Aquino and Jenevieve L. Roper
A Descriptive Study of Objectively Measured Pokémon GO Playtime in College Students
Charles J. Fountaine, Emily J. Springer, and Jasmine R. Sward
The Accuracy and Validity of iOS-Based Heart Rate Apps During Moderate to High Intensity Exercise
Alexa M. Bouts, Lauren Brackman, Elizabeth Martin, Adam M. Subasic, and Edward S. Potkanowicz Ph.D.
Validation of the PiezoRx® Step Count and Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity Times in Free Living Conditions in Adults: A Pilot Study
Myles W. O'Brien, William R. Wojcik, Lisette d' Entremont, and Jonathon R. Fowles
Validation of PiezoRx Pedometer Derived Sedentary Time
Katelynn Donahoe, Dany MacDonald, Mark Tremblay, and Travis Saunders
Behavior Change Techniques and Physical Activity Using the Fitbit Flex®
Emily E. Dunn and Jennifer Robertson-Wilson
Congruent Accuracy of Wrist-worn Activity Trackers during Controlled and Free-living Conditions
Christopher J. Dondzila, Colleen Lewis, Justin R. Lopez, and Tonya Parker
Evaluating Energy Expenditure Estimated by Wearable Technology During Variable Intensity Activity on Female Collegiate Athletes
Monica Taylor, Elizabeth Nagle, Fredric Goss, Elaine Rubinstein, and Andrew Simonson
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