G. Guyatt, P. Thompson, L. Berman, M. Sullivan, M. Townsend et al., 421 How should we measure function in patients with chronic heart and lung disease? J Chronic 422, Dis, vol.38, issue.2, pp.517-541, 1985.

D. Lipkin, A. Scriven, T. Crake, and P. Poole-wilson, Six minute walking test for 424 assessing exercise capacity in chronic heart failure, Br Med J (Clin Res Ed), vol.425292, issue.3, pp.653-658, 1986.

S. Singh, The Use of Field Walking Tests for Assessment of Functional Capacity in Patients with Chronic Airways Obstruction, Physiotherapy, vol.78, issue.2, pp.102-106, 1992.
DOI : 10.1016/S0031-9406(10)61957-8

S. Solway, D. Brooks, Y. Lacasse, and S. Thomas, A qualitative systematic overview of the 429 measurement properties of functional walk tests used in the cardiorespiratory domain, Chest, vol.430119, issue.5, pp.256-70, 2001.

G. Guyatt, M. Sullivan, P. Thompson, E. Fallen, S. Pugsley et al., The 432 6-minute walk: a new measure of exercise capacity in patients with chronic heart failure

M. Gayda, A. Temfemo, D. Choquet, and S. Ahmaidi, Cardiorespiratory requirements and 435 reproducibility of the six-minute walk test in elderly patients with coronary artery disease, p.436

V. Gremeaux, G. Deley, J. Duclay, D. Antoine, A. Hannequin et al., The 200-m 438 fast-walk test compared with the 6-min walk test and the maximal cardiopulmonary test: a 439 pilot study Clinical reliability of the 6 441 minute corridor walk test performed within a week of a myocardial infarction, Am J Phys Med Rehabil Int Heart J 442, vol.8847, issue.9, pp.571-8533, 2006.

D. Verrill, C. Barton, W. Beasley, M. Lippard, C. King et al., Six-minute walk performance 444 and quality of life comparisons in North Carolina cardiac rehabilitation programs Reproducibility and 447 responsiveness of quality of life assessment and six minute walk test in elderly heart failure 448 patients, Heart Lung Heart, vol.4453280, issue.449, pp.41-51377, 1998.

V. Gremeaux, M. Iskandar, G. Kervio, G. Deley, D. Perennou et al., Comparative analysis of oxygen uptake in elderly subjects performing two walk tests: the six-minute walk test and the 200-m fast walk test, Clinical Rehabilitation, vol.146, issue.1, pp.162-170, 2008.
DOI : 10.1164/ajrccm.166.1.at1102

URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/inserm-00291196

G. Deley, G. Kervio, J. Van-hoecke, B. Verges, B. Grassi et al., Effects of a one- 453 year exercise training program in adults over 70 years old: a study with a control group, p.454

O. Rognmo, E. Hetland, J. Helgerud, J. Hoff, and S. Slordahl, High intensity aerobic interval exercise is superior to moderate intensity exercise for increasing aerobic capacity in patients with coronary artery disease, European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation, vol.3, issue.3, pp.216-238, 2004.
DOI : 10.1097/01.hjr.0000131677.96762.0c

D. Swain and B. Franklin, Comparison of Cardioprotective Benefits of Vigorous Versus Moderate Intensity Aerobic Exercise, The American Journal of Cardiology, vol.97, issue.1, pp.141-148, 2006.
DOI : 10.1016/j.amjcard.2005.07.130

R. Jaeschke, J. Singer, and G. Guyatt, Measurement of health status, Controlled Clinical Trials, vol.10, issue.4, pp.407-422, 1989.
DOI : 10.1016/0197-2456(89)90005-6

D. Beaton, C. Bombardier, J. Katz, J. Wright, G. Wells et al., Looking for 463 important change/differences in studies of responsiveness, OMERACT MCID Working, p.464

. O. Group, . Measures-in-rheumatology, C. Terwee, R. Ostelo, H. Beckerman et al., Minimal Clinically Important Difference Minimal 467 changes in health status questionnaires: distinction between minimally detectable change and 468 minimally important change, J 465 Rheumatol Health Qual Life Outcomes, vol.284, issue.469, pp.400-554, 2001.

R. Hays, J. Woolley, G. Wells, D. Beaton, B. Shea et al., The concept of clinically meaningful difference in health- 470 related quality-of-life research. How meaningful is it Minimal clinically 473 important differences: review of methods, Pharmacoeconomics J Rheumatol, vol.1828, issue.20, pp.419-471, 2000.

N. Jacobson, W. Follette, and D. Revenstorf, Toward a standard definition of clinically significant change, Behavior Therapy, vol.17, issue.3, pp.308-319, 1986.
DOI : 10.1016/S0005-7894(86)80061-2

R. Crosby, R. Kolotkin, and G. Williams, Defining clinically meaningful change in health-related quality of life, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, vol.56, issue.5, pp.395-407, 2003.
DOI : 10.1016/S0895-4356(03)00044-1

R. Crosby, R. Kolotkin, and G. Williams, An integrated method to determine meaningful changes in health-related quality of life, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, vol.57, issue.11, pp.1153-60, 2004.
DOI : 10.1016/j.jclinepi.2004.04.004

N. Jacobson and P. Truax, Clinical significance : A statistical approach to defining meaningful change in psychotherapy research., J Consult Clin Psychol, vol.59, issue.482, pp.12-21, 1991.
DOI : 10.1037/10109-042

R. Deyo, P. Diehr, and D. Patrick, Reproducibility and responsiveness of health status measures statistics and strategies for evaluation, Controlled Clinical Trials, vol.12, issue.4, pp.142-484, 1991.
DOI : 10.1016/S0197-2456(05)80019-4

R. Deyo and R. Centor, Assessing the responsiveness of functional scales to clinical 486 change: an analogy to diagnostic test performance Health status measures: strategies and analytic 488 methods for assessing change scores, J Chronic Dis Phys Ther, vol.3976, issue.489, pp.897-9061109, 1986.

D. Beaton, N. Nienaber, W. Tierney, and F. Wolinsky, Understanding the relevance of measured change through studies of 490 responsiveness Linking clinical relevance 492 and statistical significance in evaluating intra-individual changes in health-related quality of 493 life, Spine Med Care, vol.2537, issue.494, pp.3192-9469, 1999.

L. Kazis, J. Anderson, and R. Meenan, Effect Sizes for Interpreting Changes in Health Status, Medical Care, vol.27, issue.Supplement, pp.178-89, 1989.
DOI : 10.1097/00005650-198903001-00015

D. Beaton, M. Boers, and G. Wells, Many faces of the minimal clinically important difference (MCID): a literature review and directions for future research, Current Opinion in Rheumatology, vol.14, issue.2, pp.109-123, 2002.
DOI : 10.1097/00002281-200203000-00006

B. Pollentier, S. Irons, C. Benedetto, A. Dibenedetto, D. Loton et al., 500 Examination of the six minute walk test to determine functional capacity in people with 501 chronic heart failure: a systematic review AHA/ACC guidelines for secondary prevention for patients with coronary and other 504 atherosclerotic vascular disease, update: endorsed by the National Heart, Lung, and 505 Blood Institute, pp.13-212363, 2006.

P. Mckee, W. Castelli, P. Mcnamara, and W. Kannel, The Natural History of Congestive Heart Failure: The Framingham Study, New England Journal of Medicine, vol.285, issue.26, pp.1441-1447, 1971.
DOI : 10.1056/NEJM197112232852601

R. Bruce, M. Karvonen, E. Kentala, and O. Mustala, Exercise testing of patients with coronary heart disease Principles and 509 normal standards for evaluation The effects of training on heart rate; a 511 longitudinal study, Ann Clin Res Ann Med Exp Biol Fenn, vol.335, issue.512, pp.323-32307, 1957.

G. Borg and H. Linderholm, Exercise performance and perceived exertion in patients with 513 coronary insufficiency, arterial hypertension and vasoregulatory asthenia, Acta Med Scand, vol.514187, issue.515, pp.17-26, 1970.

C. Monpère, P. Sellier, P. Meurin, P. Aeberhard, D. Boiteux et al., 516 Recommendations of the French Society of Cardiology concerning cardiac rehabilitation, 517 Version 2, Arch Mal Coeur Vaiss, vol.95, issue.518, pp.962-97, 2002.

G. Balady, M. Williams, P. Ades, V. Bittner, P. Comoss et al., Core 519 components of cardiac rehabilitation/secondary prevention programs, update: a 520 scientific statement from the American Heart Association Exercise, Cardiac Rehabilitation, 521 and Prevention Committee, the Council on Clinical Cardiology; the Councils on 522, 2007.

W. Mayer-berger, E. Meister, K. Baum, and R. Hambrecht, Metabolism; and the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Gielen 526 S. Recommendations for resistance exercise in cardiac rehabilitation. Recommendations of, pp.121-130, 2007.

K. Gill-body, S. Salles, P. Stark, R. Black-schaffer, and J. Stein, 529 40 ATS statement: guidelines for the six-minute walk test 532 Determination of the minimal clinically important difference in the FIM instrument in 533 patients with stroke, Prev Rehabil Am J Respir Crit Care Med Beninato M Arch Phys Med Rehabil, vol.1116687, issue.534, pp.352-61111, 2002.

C. Lang, D. Edwards, R. Birkenmeier, and A. Dromerick, Estimating minimal 535 clinically important differences of upper-extremity measures early after stroke, Arch Phys, p.536

J. Cohen, Statistical power analysis for the behavioural sciences, p.538

A. Holland, C. Hill, T. Rasekaba, A. Lee, M. Naughton et al., Updating the 540 minimal important difference for six-minute walk distance in patients with chronic 541 obstructive pulmonary disease 543 Clinically important differences in health status for patients with heart disease: an expert 544 consensus panel report, Arch Phys Med Rehabil Am Heart J, vol.91147, issue.545, pp.221-5615, 2004.

I. Mcdowell and C. Mcdowell, Measuring health: a guide to rating scales and 546 questionnaires, p.47, 1987.
DOI : 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195165678.001.0001

A. Holland, C. Hill, M. Conron, P. Munro, and C. Mcdonald, Small changes in six- 548 minute walk distance are important in diffuse parenchymal lung disease, Respir Med, vol.549103, issue.550, pp.1430-1435, 2009.

M. Ross, C. Kwoh, O. Connor, G. Regan-smith, M. Olmstead et al., Relationship of implicit theories to the construction of 551 personal histories Concordance between clinician and patient assessment of physical and mental health 554 status, Psychol Rev J Rheumatol, vol.9619, issue.555, pp.341-571031, 1989.

M. Slevin, H. Plant, D. Lynch, J. Drinkwater, and W. Gregory, Who should measure quality of life, the doctor or the patient?, British Journal of Cancer, vol.57, issue.1, pp.109-121, 1988.
DOI : 10.1038/bjc.1988.20

F. Wolfe and P. T. , Listening to the patient: A practical guide to self-report questionnaires in clinical care, Arthritis & Rheumatism, vol.24, issue.9, pp.1797-808, 1999.
DOI : 10.1002/1529-0131(199909)42:9<1797::AID-ANR2>3.0.CO;2-Q

V. Noonan and E. Dean, Submaximal exercise testing: clinical application and 560 interpretation, Phys Ther, vol.80, issue.8, pp.782-807, 2000.

G. Guyatt, D. Osoba, A. Wu, K. Wyrwich, and G. Norman, Methods to Explain the Clinical Significance of Health Status Measures, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, vol.77, issue.4, pp.371-83, 2002.
DOI : 10.4065/77.4.371

A. Schwartz, P. Meek, L. Nail, J. Fargo, M. Lundquist et al., Measurement of fatiguedetermining minimally important clinical differences, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, vol.55, issue.3, pp.239-283, 2002.
DOI : 10.1016/S0895-4356(01)00469-3