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Old 01-06-2012, 06:47 AM   #6
Steven Low
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Originally Posted by Wayne Riddle View Post
I understand that Steven, and I agree with those statements. But I've know many people that I would consider "slow walkers" that have nothing wrong with them healthwise. Are they doomed to die young? Doubt it.
Also pertains to CV health.

There's various indexes or tests such as dynamic gait index.

The inability to actually change walking speed to faster (if they're slow) is a sign of big problems.

That is what I believe they were measuring in this case.
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