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David P. Dillard
06-30-1998, 11:45 PM
Your topic is very specific and I suspect that it may be hard to
find articles that focus on all aspects of your subject. The citations
below are, I believe, in the general vicinity of your topic and I would
appreciate knowing if they prove helpful to you. They are listed below
your original question.

Sincerely,
David Dillard
Temple University
(215) 204 - 4584
jwne@astro.temple.edu

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Date: Wed, 24 Jun 1998 11:37:02 -0500
From: Richard Weir
To: BIOMCH-L@NIC.SURFNET.NL
Subject: Correlation between Heartrate and Cadence
Newsgroups: bit.listserv.biomch-l

Does anyone know where I might find information pertaining to the
correlation between heart rate and cadence in running. Broadly speaking I
know the faster one runs the higher the heart rate but is there any more
definitive information depending on the age, degree of fitness, etc. Any
help with references or information would be greatly appreciated.

Richard Weir
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Northwestern University
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AU - Dressendorfer RH
AU - Franklin BA
AU - Smith JL
AU - Gordon S
AU - Timmis GC
TI - Rapid cardiac deconditioning in joggers restricted to walking:
training heart rate and ischemic threshold.
SO - Chest 1997 Oct;112(4):1107-11

AU - Papazoglou N
AU - Kolokouri-Dervou E
AU - Fanourakis I
AU - Natsis P
AU - Koutsiouba P
TI - Jogging in place. Evaluation of a simplified exercise test.
SO - Chest 1989 Oct;96(4):840-2

AU - Safrit MJ
AU - Glaucia Costa M
AU - Hooper LM
AU - Patterson P
AU - Ehlert SA
TI - The validity generalization of distance run tests.
SO - Canadian Journal of Sport Sciences 1988 Dec;13(4):188-96

AU - Mehta D
AU - Lau CP
AU - Ward DE
AU - Camm AJ
TI - Comparative evaluation of chronotropic responses of QT sensing and
activity sensing rate responsive pacemakers.
SO - Pacing & Clinical Electrophysiology 1988 Oct;11(10):1405-12

AU - Cantwell JD
TI - Medical evaluation, electrocardiographic analysis, and exercise
testing of elite women distance runners.
SO - International Journal of Sports Medicine 1987 Nov;8 Suppl 2:77-80

AU - Viitasalo MT
AU - Kala R
AU - Eisalo A
AU - Halonen PI
TI - Ventricular arrhythmias during exercise testing, jogging, and
sedentary life: a comparative study of healthy physically active
men, healthy sedentary men, and men with previous myocardial
infarction.
SO - Chest 1979 Jul;76(1):21-6

AU - Krahenbuhl GS
AU - Pangrazi RP
AU - Petersen GW
AU - Burkett LN
AU - Schneider MJ
TI - Field testing of cardiorespiratory fitness in primary school
children.
SO - Medicine & Science in Sports 1978 Fall;10(3):208-13

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