Published: Jeffrey Montes, Richard Tandy, Jack Young, James Navalta, and Szu-Ping Lee

Jeffrey Montes, Richard Tandy, Jack Young, and James Navalta, (all Kinesiology and Nutrition Sciences) and Szu-Ping Lee (Physical Therapy) co-authored “A Comparison of Multiple Wearable Technology Devices Heart Rate and Step Count Measurements During Free Motion and Treadmill Based Measurements.” Montes is a current Ph.D. student. The study, which examined the consistency of six popular wearable technology devices, appeared in the April 30 issue of the international Journal of Kinesiology & Sports Science.

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