List of abbreviations:CI (confidence interval, Cw, cost of walking), EE (energy expenditure), ICC (intraclass correlation coefficient), MET (metabolic equivalent task), PA (physical activity), QUADAS-2 (Quality Assessment of Diagnostic Accuracy Studies)
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Supported by the region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine and the laboratory of clinical research HAVAE (Handicap, Aging, Autonomy, Environment).
Disclosures: The authors have no competing interests to declare.