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Energy cost of walking with and without arm activity on the Cross Walk dual motion cross trainer

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Author(s)
Knox, Kelly
Advisor(s)
Butts, N. K.
Degree
MS, Master of Science in Adult Fitness/Cardiac Rehabilitation
Date
1993
Subject(s)
Energy metabolism; Walking - Physiological aspects; Exercise for women - Physiological aspects; Treadmill exercise tests
Abstract
The CROSS WALK Dual Motion Cross Trainer (CROSS WALK) (Proform, Logan, UT) is a motorized treadmill designed to increase the energy cost of walking by incorporating arm activity during walking, thus increasing the muscle mass used during exercise. This study investigated the potential increases in exercise intensity and energy cost associated with the use of the CROSS WALK.
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