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This test is adapted from the American Thoracic Society’s 6-Minute Walk Test Protocol. This test measures sub-maximal cardiovascular endurance by recording the distance that the participant is able to walk on a 50-foot (out and back) course in two minutes. The participant’s raw score is the distance in feet and inches walked in two minutes.
Definition contributed by CTorgerson about five years ago
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