walking economy

The rate of O2 consumed per distance covered during walking, which is related to ambulatory biomechanics and cardiac burden. Walking economy is reduced in patients with claudication

walking economy

Vascular disease The rate of O2 consumption for distance covered during walking, related to walking biomechanics and cardiac burden; WE ↓ in Pts with claudication
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However, these two studies suggest that even slow running, as infrequently as two to three times weekly, improves walking economy and decreases mortality.
This improved ability to employ the assistance of the device or improvement in robotic walking economy might explain that most subjects had a lower %HRR at the end of the training program than at the start.
2] and HR at the last measurement compared with the first, which still indicates an improvement in robotic walking economy.
2peak] provide evidence of an improved walking economy as noted elsewhere (Womack et al.
Improved walking economy in patients with peripheral arterial occlusive disease.
Those on the basic principles include such issues as ecological footprints, climate change, the role of non-motorized modes in systems, walking in an international and historical context, explanations for decline in walking, visions for city traffic and mobility, formal indicators, securing space, cycling for women, health issues, the walking economy, planning for safety, perceptions of walking and cycling and car restraint.