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In Volume 1 of Pediatric Exercise Science (PES), a paper by Fenster et al. (25) investigated the relationship between peak oxygen uptake (peak V . O 2 ) and physical activity (PA) in 6-to 8-year-old children. They used both questionnaires and large-scale integrated activity monitors (LSIs) to estimate daily PA and determined peak V . O 2 using an incremental treadmill test to volitional exhaustion. They concluded that peak V . O 2 correlated well with PA as measured by LSIs but commented thatdoi:10.1123/pes.25.4.548 pmid:24214438 fatcat:joqxj7qurfddtmwjsngxv7yanu