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Patty Freedson

sedentary behavior are complex and independent behaviors that remain difficult to assess. The field has made great strides, but a key need is to continue working towards monitoring methods that would allow estimates from different monitors to be more directly comparable. The use of consumer blood pressure

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Kim Gammage, Rachel Arnold, Lori Dithurbide, Alison Ede, Karl Erickson, Blair Evans, Larkin Lamarche, Sean Locke, Eric Martin and Kathleen Wilson

momentary assessment study. After completing self-report measures of demographic information and medical history, participants wore an armband that monitored energy expenditure for 7 days, as well as an ambulatory blood pressure monitor for 4 days. Blood pressure was automatically assessed hourly during

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Rhona Martin-Smith, Duncan S. Buchan, Julien S. Baker, Mhairi J. Macdonald, Nicholas F. Sculthorpe, Chris Easton, Allan Knox and Fergal M. Grace

and POST intervention in a seated position using an automated blood pressure monitor (Omron M10-IT Blood Pressure Monitor HEM-7080IT-E; Omron Healthcare UK Ltd, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom), with an average of 2 readings used for analysis. Cardiometabolic Blood Measures Venous blood was sampled

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Brendan T. O’Keeffe, Alan E. Donnelly and Ciaran MacDonncha

; 2001 . 15. Graser SV , Sampson BB , Pennington TR , Prusak KA . Children’s perceptions of fitness self-testing, the purpose of fitness testing, and personal health . Phys Educ . 2011 ; 68 ( 4 ): 175 – 87 . 16. Graves JW , Althaf MM . Utility of ambulatory blood pressure monitoring

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Reid Reale, Gary Slater, Gregory R. Cox, Ian C. Dunican and Louise M. Burke

chemistry measures are ≤3.5% except for urea, which at low concentration (1.7 mmol/L), is ≤11.2%. Heart Rate and Blood Pressure Following blood collection, resting blood pressure and heart rate measurements were taken using the HEM-7325 automatic blood pressure monitor (Omron Healthcare, Kyoto, Japan

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Stephanie L. Stockwell, Lindsey R. Smith, Hannah M. Weaver, Daniella J. Hankins and Daniel P. Bailey

, Southam, UK) to the nearest 0.1 cm at the level of the umbilicus following gentle expiration. 10 Blood Pressure, Lipids, and Glucose Following 5 minutes of rest in a seated position, resting blood pressure was measured on the left arm using an Omron M5-I automatic blood pressure monitor (Omron Matsusaka

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Shannon S. Block, Trevor R. Tooley, Matthew R. Nagy, Molly P. O’Sullivan, Leah E. Robinson, Natalie Colabianchi and Rebecca E. Hasson

. Anthropometric measurements were taken using standardized procedures ( 29 ). Resting heart rate was measured using a digital blood pressure monitor (Omron 110 HEM907XL; Omron, Kyoto, Japan); measurements were recorded in beats per minute. Up to 2 brachial readings were taken, averaged, and used as the

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Thiago Correa Porto Gonçalves, Atila Alexandre Trapé, Jhennyfer Aline Lima Rodrigues, Simone Sakagute Tavares and Carlos Roberto Bueno Junior

of the NOS3 gene polymorphism for intron 4 mitigates the beneficial effects of exercise training on ambulatory blood pressure monitoring in adults . AJP: Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 306 ( 12 ), H1679 – H1691 . doi:10.1152/ajpheart.00844.2013 Szendrei , B. , González-Lamuño , D. , Amigo

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Oliver R. Barley, Dale W. Chapman, Georgios Mavropalias and Chris R. Abbiss

, participants began their respective heat acclimation protocol (HA NW or HA W ). Biological Measures Immediately prior, following, and 3 hours following hypohydration, nude body mass (Mettler 1D1 multirange; Mettler Toledo, Columbus, OH), blood pressure (automatic blood pressure monitor; OMRON, Singapore

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Alexei Wong and Arturo Figueroa

-intensity resistance exercise in hypertensive women receiving captopril . Blood Pressure Monitoring, 11 ( 4 ), 183 – 189 . PubMed ID: 16810028 doi:10.1097/01.mbp.0000218000.42710.91 10.1097/01.mbp.0000218000.42710.91 Melo , R.C. , Quitério , R.J. , Takahashi , A.C.M. , Silva , E. , Martins , L