Youth

Dwyer (2011)[19]

Acc (ActiGraph)

4  5 days

PrePAQ

Level 5 min/day(Q) – VPA min/day(Acc)

>5016 counts/min

Pearson r = 0.17

MD (95 % LoA) = 1.9 ± 39.4 min/day

    
Level 4 min/day(Q) – MPA min/day(Acc)

35605016 counts/min

Pearson r = 0.13

MD (95 % LoA) = 48.2 ± 73.1 min/day

    
Level 3 min/day(Q) – LPA min/day(Acc)

15923560 counts/min

Pearson r = −0.07

MD (95 % LoA) = −4.8 ± 100.7 min/day

    
Levels 1–2 min/day(Q) – sedentary min/day(Acc)

<1592 counts/min

Pearson r = 0.19

MD (95 % LoA) = −235.4 ± 147.7 min/day

Youth

Economos (2010)[20]

Acc (ActiGraph)

2 days

BONES PAS

High METs(Q) – total counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.25 (−0.07;0.52)

–

    
High METs(Q) – VPA(Acc)

69 METs, 1952–5724 counts/min

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.23 (−0.09;0.51)

–

    
Moderatehigh METs(Q) – total counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.27 (−0.05;0.54)

–

Youth

MartinezGomez (2010)[21]

Acc (ActiGraph)

1 day

RPAR

Total METmin(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.42 (P = 0.021)

κ = 0.16

    
MVPA min(Q) – MVPA counts(Acc)

≥2000 counts/min

Pearson r = 0.52 (P < 0.001)

MD (95 % LoA) = 2.15 ± 7.19 min

 
Acc (Biotrainer)

1 day
 
Total METmin(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.40 (P = 0.025)

κ = 0.39

    
Total METmin(Q) – total counts/mov(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.54 (P = 0.004)

κ = 0.16

Youth

Philippaerts (2006)[22]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

FPACQ

Total hr/week(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.56 (P < 0.01)

–

    
Total hr/week(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.43 (P < 0.05)

–

    
TEE(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.58 (P < 0.01)

–

    
TEE(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.49 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Inactivity(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = −0.13

–

    
Inactivity(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = −0.06

–

Youth

Ridley (2001)[23]

Acc (Caltrac)

2x 1 day

CDPAQ

Total METs(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.41 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Total compendium METs(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.54 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Total mins(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.41 (P < 0.05)

–

 
HR (Polar)

2x 1 day
 
MVPA mins(Q) – MVPA mins(HR)

≥145 bpm

Pearson r = 0.66 (P = 0.01)

–

 
Acc (Caltrac)

2x 1 day

CDPAQHC

Total METs(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.25 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Total compendium METs(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.22 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Total mins(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.33 (P < 0.05)

–

 
HR (Polar)

2x 1 day
 
MVPA mins(Q) – MVPA mins(HR)

≥145 bpm

Pearson r = 0.48 (P = 0.05)

–

Youth

Ridley (2006)[24]

Acc (ActiGraph)

1 day

MARCA

PAL(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.45 (P < 0.01)

–

Youth

Telford (2004)[25]

Acc (ActiGraph)

8 days

CLASSparental report

56 yrs: total min/day(Q) – total min/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = −0.04

MD (95 % LoA) = −140.7 (−164.9;116.6) min/day

    
1012 yrs: total min/day(Q) – total min/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.09

MD (95 % LoA) = 11.2 (−6.9;29.4) min/day

    
56 yrs: total min/day(Q) – total raw counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.05

–

    
1012 yrs: total min/day(Q) – total raw counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.11

–

   
CLASSself

1012 yrs: total min/day(Q) – total min/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = −0.04

MD (95 % LoA) = 1.5 (−17.2;20.3) min/day

    
1012 yrs: total min/day(Q) – total raw counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.06

–

Youth

Treuth (2003)[26]

Acc (ActiGraph)

4 days

GAQ

Yesterday: GAQ score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.27 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Usual: GAQ score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.29 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Yesterday: TV watching(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = −0.145 (P = 0.24)

–

    
Usual: TV watching(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = −0.004 (P = 0.98)

–

    
Yesterday: other sedentary(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.0227 (P = 0.85)

–

    
Usual: other sedentary(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = −0.0916 (P = 0.46)

–

   
Activitygram

Activitygram score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.37 (P < 0.002)

–

Youth

Treuth (2005)[27]

Acc (Actiwatch)

6 days

Fels PAQ

Elementary: Fels PAQ score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.34 (P = 0.004)

–

    
Middle: Fels PAQ score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.11 (P = 0.31)

–

    
High: Fels PAQ score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.21 (P = 0.006)

–

Youth

Welk (2007)[28]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

YMCLS

Weekly PA bouts(Q) – weekly PA bouts(Acc)

–

r = 0.24 (P < 0.05)

MD (95 % LoA) = −8.4 ± 28.4 min

    
Previous day: total MVPA mins(Q) – total MVPA mins(Acc)

36 METs

r = 0.53 (P < 0.05)

MD (95 % LoA) = 14.5 ± 173.9 min

Youth

Wong (2006)[29]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7  9 days

SHAPES

VPA min/day(Q) – VPA min/day(Acc)

≥8200 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.25 (P = 0.07)

–

    
MVPA min/day(Q) – MVPA min/day(Acc)

≥3200 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.44 (P < 0.01)

–

    
MPA min/day(Q) – MPA min/day(Acc)

32008199 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.31 (P = 0.02)

–

Adults

Ainsworth (2000)[30]

Acc (Caltrac)

2x 7 days

KPAS

3 point summary index(Q) – METmin/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.53 (P < 0.01)

–

    
4 point summary index(Q) – METmin/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.49 (P < 0.01)

–

Adults

Besson (2010)[31]

DLW

14 days

RPAQ

TEE(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.67 (P < 0.0001)

MD (95 % LoA) = −3451.9 ± 2025.1 kJ/day (P < 0.05)

    
PAEE(Q) – PAEE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.39 (P = 0.0004)

MD (95 % LoA) = −12.9 ± 23.9 kJ/day (P < 0.05)

 
Acc + HR (Actiheart)

11 days
 
VPA(Q) – VPA(Acc + HR)

>6 METs

Spearman r = 0.70 (P < 0.0001)

MD (95 % LoA) = 0.2 ± 0.4 h/day

    
MPA(Q) – MPA(Acc + HR)

3.66 METs

–

MD (95 % LoA) = −0.8 ± 1.0 h/day

    
Light PA(Q) – light PA(Acc + HR)

23.5 METs

–

MD (95 % LoA) = −0.1 ± 2.4 h/day

    
Sedentary time(Q) – sedentary time(Acc + HR)

<2 METs

Spearman r = 0.27 (P = 0.06)

MD (95 % LoA) = 0.7 ± 2.8 h/day

Adults

ChasanTaber (2004)[32]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

PPAQ

Total activity(Q) – Swartz cut point min/day(Acc)

≥3 METs, ≥574 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.32

–

    
Total activity(Q) – Hendelman cut point min/day(Acc)

≥3 METs, ≥191 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.43

–

    
Total activity(Q) – Freedson cut point min/day(Acc)

≥3 METs, ≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.08

–

    
Total activity(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.27

–

    
Sedentary(Q) – Swartz cut point min/day(Acc)

<1.5 METs

Spearman r = −0.17

–

    
Sedentary(Q) – Hendelman cut point min/day(Acc)

<1.5 METs

Spearman r = −0.34

–

    
Sedentary(Q) – Freedson cut point min/day(Acc)

<1.5 METs

Spearman r = 0.12

–

    
Sedentary(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = −0.10

–

Adults

Chinapaw (2009)[33]

Acc (ActiGraph)

14 days

AQuAA

Adolescents: AQuAA score(Q) – counts/min(Acc)

≥ 2 METs, ≥699 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.13

–

    
Adults: AQuAA score(Q) – counts/min(Acc)

≥ 2 METs, ≥699 counts/min

Spearman r = −0.16

–

    
Adolescents: sedentary(Q) – counts/min(Acc)

< 2 METs, <699 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.23

–

    
Adults: sedentary(Q) – counts/min(Acc)

< 2 METs, <699 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.15

–

Adults

Craig (2003)[34]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

IPAQ

Long form: total PA(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pooled Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.33 (0.26;0.39), range: 0.27  0.61

–

    
Short form: total PA(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pooled Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.30 (0.23;0.36), range: 0.12  0.57

–

Adults

Fjeldsoe (2009)[35]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

AWAS

Total activity(Q) – total activity(Acc)

≥100 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.13 (P = 0.24)

–

    
HEPA(Q) – Freedson cut point min/week(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.28 (P = 0.01)

–

    
HEPA(Q) – Swartz cut point min/week(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.06 (P = 0.64)

–

    
Sitting(Q) – sitting(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.32 (P = 0.006)

–

Adults

Friedenreich (2006)[36]

Acc (ActiGraph)

4x 7 days

PYTPAQ

Total METhr/week(Q) – total METhr/week(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.26 (P < 0.05), ICC (95 % CI) = 0.18 (0.03;0.32)

–

Adults

Kurtze (2007)[37]

Acc (ActiReg)

7 days

HUNT2

Hard activity(Q) – EE(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.11

–

    
Hard activity(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.16

–

    
Light activity(Q) – EE(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.21 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Light activity(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.08

–

    
Occupational activity(Q) – EE(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.39 (P < 0.01)

–

    
Occupational activity(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.38 (P < 0.01)

–

Adults

Kurtze (2008)[38]

Acc (ActiReg)

7 days

HUNT1

Summary index(Q) – EE(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.03

–

    
Summary index(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.07

–

    
Summary index(Q) – METmin/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.07

–

Adults

Lowther (1999)[39]

Acc (Caltrac)

4 days

SPAQ

Total mins(Q) – total kcal(Acc)

–

r = 0.1294, corrected for confounding: r = 0.52 (P < 0.05)

–

Adults

Mäder (2006)[40]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

SHS97

Sweat episodes/week(Q) – total counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.23

–

   
HEPA99

–

–

–

–

   
IPAQ

Total METmin/week(Q) – total counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.39 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Sitting(Q) – sitting(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.22

–

   
OIMQ

Total METmin/week(Q) – total counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.44 (P < 0.05)

–

Adults

Meriwether (2006)[41]

Acc (MTI)

14 days

PAAT

VPA min/week(Q) – VPA min/week(Acc)

≥5 METs, ≥5725 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.380 (P < 0.01)

–

    
MVPA min/week(Q) – MVPA min/week(Acc)

≥5 METs, ≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.392 (P < 0.01)

–

    
MPA min/week(Q) – MPA min/week(Acc)

34.9 METs, 1952–5724 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.392 (P < 0.01)

–

Adults

Reis (2005)[42]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

OPAQ

Total hr/week(Q) – VPA(Acc)

≥5725 counts/min

Spearman r = −0.02

–

    
Total hr/week(Q) – MPA(Acc)

19525724 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.12

–

    
Total hr/week(Q) – light activity(Acc)

<1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.22

–

    
Sedentary(Q) – light activity(Acc)

<1952 counts/min

Spearman r = −0.20

–

Adults

Rosenberg (2010)[43]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

SBQ

Female: total sedentary hr/week(Q) – total sedentary counts(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Partial r = 0.10 (P = 0.07)

–

    
Male: total sedentary hr/week(Q) – total sedentary counts(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Partial r = −0.01 (P = 0.81)

–

Adults

Sobngwi (2001)[44]

Acc (Caltrac)

1 day

SSAAQ

Female: total METs(Q) – total METs(Acc)

–

r = 0.74 (P < 0.01)

–

    
Male: total METs(Q) – total METs(Acc)

–

r = 0.60 (P < 0.01)

–

 
HR (Polar)

1 day
 
Urban female: total METs(Q) – total activity(HR)

–

r = 0.63 (P < 0.01)

–

    
Rural female: total METs(Q) – total activity(HR)

–

r = 0.41 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Urban male: total METs(Q) – total activity(HR)

–

r = 0.54 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Rural male: total METs(Q) – total activity(HR)

–

r = 0.59 (P < 0.01)

–

Adults

Timperio (2003)[45]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

1WPAR

Men: total min/day(Q) – total min/day(Acc)

≥3 METs, ≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.29 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Women: total min/day(Q) – total min/day(Acc)

≥3 METs, ≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.25 (P < 0.05)

–

Adults

Wareham (2002)[46]

HR (Polar)

4x 4 days

EPAQ2

Total METhr/week(Q) – EE(HR)

–

Pearson partial r = 0.28 (P < 0.001)

–

    
TV time(Q) – EE(HR)

–

Pearson partial r = −0.07

–

Adults

Wareham (2003)[47]

HR (Polar)

4x 4 days

EPAQs

Physical activity index(Q) – DayPAR(HR)

–

P for trend = 0.003

–

    
Total hr/week(Q) – DayPAR(HR)

–

r = 0.04 (P = 0.59)

–

Adults

Yore (2007)[48]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

BRFSS PAQ

VPA min/week(Q1) – VPA min/week(Acc)

≥5999 counts/min

Pearson r = 0.52

–

    
VPA min/week(Q2) – VPA min/week(Acc)

≥5999 counts/min

Pearson r = 0.54

–

    
VPA min/week(Q3) – VPA min/week(Acc)

≥5999 counts/min

Pearson r = 0.63

–

    
MPA min/week(Q1) – MPA min/week(Acc)

20205998 counts/min

Pearson r = 0.27

–

    
MPA min/week(Q2) – MPA min/week(Acc)

20205998 counts/min

Pearson r = 0.20

–

    
MPA min/week(Q3) – MPA min/week(Acc)

20205998 counts/min

Pearson r = 0.16

–

Elderly

Yasunaga (2007)[49]

Acc (Kenz Lifecorder)

1 month

PAQEJ

PAQEJ score(Q) – METmin/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.41 (P < 0.05)

–

      
Median Spearman r = 0.25 (youth: 0.22, adults: 0.27, elderly: 0.41)
 
      
Median Pearson r = 0.41 (youth: 0.41, adults: 0.28, elderly: –)
 