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Age Related Differences in the Validity of the OMNI Perceived Exertion Scale during Lifestyle Activities
Pediatric Exercise Science
1 1 PURPOSE: The OMNI Perceived Exertion Scale was developed for children to report perceived effort while performing physical activity; however no studies have formally examined age-related differences in validity. This study evaluated the validity of the OMNI-RPE in four age groups performing a range of lifestyle activities. METHODS: 206 participants were stratified into four age groups: 6-8 years (n = 42), 9-10 years (n = 46), 11-12 years (n = 47), and 13-15 years (n = 71). Heart rate and VOdoi:10.1123/pes.2014-0007 pmid:25389197 fatcat:67hdf33r35cihad3fxtajqg53u