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Validation Studies of the Allied Dunbar National Fitness Survey (ADNFS)

Brownbill et al. 2002

See reference #03

Relation between past physical Activity (ADNFS) and BMD by DPX-MD and walking speed (in hallway), and stair climbing (two sample t-tests)
136 generally healthy Caucasian women; 57.4-88.6 years of age
Summary Results
No significant differences in BMD between brisk walking speed, stair climbing and past physical activity (ADNFS)

Last Modified: 11 Apr 2014