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A six-month study of the adherence and compliance of participants in an exercise program

A six-month study of the adherence and compliance of participants in an exercise program

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Motivation (Psychology),
  • Health attitudes,
  • Personality assessment,
  • Aerobic exercises -- Psychological aspects,
  • Dropout behavior, Prediction of

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Barbara Ann Norrid
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvii, 67 leaves
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14639928M

    sought to increase adherence to exercise. Recommendations about program adherence initiatives and future research also are discussed. The following questions were addressed in the review of literature on adherence to worksite exercise programs: 1. What were the sample characteristics of worksite studies reporting adherence strategies and exerciseFile Size: 1MB.   Our study in children with JIA had three objectives: 1. to evaluate safety and feasibility of a targeted 6-month home-based exercise program, 2. to estimate effect of the exercise program on bone mass (by DXA), structure and strength (by HR-pQCT), muscle function and clinical outcomes, 3. to assess stability of bone and muscle outcomes 6 months Cited by: 3.

    with exercise adherence. It appears there is a positive association with a healthy diet and exercise adherence. Seguin et al. () observe that the affirmative health-related outcomes people detect and appreciate from an exercise program are a . activity for study participants. Intervention participants showed greater exercise program adherence than comparison participants at 6-weeks. Qualitative findings suggest the peer mentoring intervention increased motivation and sense of obligation to adhere to the exercise.

    The aim of the study was to utilize a goal-setting intervention to examine the impact on motivation and adherence during a six-week exercise program. Sixty recreational exercisers (M age , SD age = 33 Males; 27 Females) were randomly assigned to a process goal group (n = 15), an outcome goal group (n = 15), and a no-goal control.   Software applications (apps) could potentially promote exercise adherence. However, it is unclear whether adolescents with painful hyperkyphosis will use an app designed for a home exercise program. The purpose of this study is to assess factors regarding adherence to an app-based home exercise program in adolescents with hyperkyphosis and back pain who were provided a one-time exercise Author: Karina A. Zapata, Sharon S. Wang-Price, Tina S. Fletcher, Charles E. Johnston.


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Get this from a library. A six-month study of the adherence and compliance of participants in an exercise program. [Barbara Ann Norrid] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a. Heart Rate Monitor Data.

Participants were excluded from analysis if no exercise sessions were completed (n = ) or if more than 40% of heart rate observations were missing (n = ). The final sample consisted of 1, participants ( men, women) whose ages ranged from 18 to 35 years (Table 1).Cited by: The hypotheses for this study can be stated as null hypothesis as follows: 1.

Home exercise program adherence rates will be greater than or equal to 80% in patients in the chronic stage post-stroke. Patients in the chronic stage post-stroke will not identify the listed barriers to exercise adherence that have also been identified by other.

The study had three measurement periods: at baseline (measuring characteristics of patients and pain), at the end of physiotherapy intervention (measuring characteristics of the home exercise program) and a month later (measuring professional behaviors during clinical encounters, environmental factors and self-efficacy, and adherence behavior).Cited by:   The purpose of this study was to qualitatively examine factors related to physical activity adherence to understand why women continue to participate in long-term exercise after completing a structured exercise by: In a qualitative approach, we assessed the views of patients with chronic LBP concerning barriers to home-based exercise program adherence and solutions to increase adherence.

We also recorded patient expectations regarding the use of new technologies to decrease the burden of home-based exercise programs. Patients and methods Cited by:   To date, the authors are aware of only one study (from Canada) that chose participants in a real–life context who had displayed long-term adherence for the explicit purpose of studying ‘success’.

Thus this current study is unique, being the first of its kind to study older people’s adherence to CBGEP in a real-life, UK context, from a Cited by: 8. The aim of this review chose to focus on the role CBGEP play in older people's sustained adherence to exercise.

This study has four main contributions to make to the field of exercise adherence for older people. Firstly, the CBGEP with comparable measures of adherence indicated an overall mean adherence rate of %.Cited by: self determination can predict___in these kind of participants___.

adherence in overweight and obese participants. self determination theory; participants who display autonomy in their exercise behavior and have strong social support systems exhibit. stronger motivation and enhanced exercise adherence. Start studying KIN Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

The higher the cost of the exercise program, the lower the adherence. The major barrier to physical activity. *In a corporate study on exercise adherence, attendance was lowest when. During this six-month period, participants independently decide whether or not they continue with an exercise program.

A Past Six-Month Physical Activity Questionnaire [ 33 ] is completed by participants to determine the amount of physical activity they engaged in following the completion of the supervised exercise by:   STUDY OBJECTIVES To understand reasons for compliance and non-compliance with a home based exercise regimen by patients with osteoarthritis of the knee.

DESIGN A qualitative study, nested within a randomised controlled trial, examining the effectiveness of physiotherapy in reducing pain and increasing mobility in knee osteoarthritis. In the intervention arm, participants Cited by:   The purpose of this study was to identify demographic, clinical, psychosocial, physical and environmental factors that are associated with participation in and adherence to a combined resistance and endurance exercise program among cancer survivors, shortly after completion of primary cancer treatment.

Data from the randomized controlled Resistance and Endurance exercise Cited by: The episode of care ends with a home exercise program and recommendations for community resources to tap. But they don't properly adhere, and 6 months later they're back for more physical therapy," she recounts.

Study 30 Exercise Behavior and Adherence Chapter 18 flashcards from Jessica F. on StudyBlue. Completing a decision balance sheet to increase awareness of the costs & benefits of participating in an exercise program can enhance exercise adherence. EXERCISE ADHERENCE: STRATEGIES AND MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS THAT AFFECT ADHERENCE IN WOMEN by Shayne R.

Howell B.A., Southern Illinois University, A Research Paper Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Masters of Science in Education.

Department of Kinesiology in the Graduate School Southern Illinois University. People who pace themselves during an exercise prescription adhere to the exercise prescription at a higher rate as compared to those who pushed at higher pace than a comfort zone.

Williams, D.M. Exercise, Affect, and Adherence: An integrated model and a case for self-paced exercise. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 30, 5, Recovery heart rates at 2 and 4 min post-exercise were significantly lower at 6 months in the experimental group but not in the comparison group.

These data provide evidence that adherence to a 6-month endurance exercise program can be improved significantly through the use of well conceived behavior management strategies.

In addition, the increased adherence results. The experimental group participants will be recorded on their personal smartphone performing their prescribed exercises with individualized instruction from the participating physical therapist.

The prescribing therapist will record participants on their own smartphones doing the exercise program in. This was true whether most exercise was performed as an unsupervised home exercise program, 19,26 in focused daily treatments provided within a single week, 20,22 or in regular sessions spanning months.

24,25 The low-to-moderate level evidence from the three randomized control trials yielded medium to large effect sizes for improving gait speed Cited by:. Engström and Öberg () found that only 24% of participants actually completed their exercise programs with full adherence.

Methods and Measures: In-person, semi-structured interviews were performed. By interviewing PTs, this study evaluates how practicing PTs are dealing with non-adherence in their clinics and how they try to increase Cited by: 1.Objective: The objective of this study is to determine the factors that affect the adherence to home exercise programs among caregivers of children with cerebral palsy (CP).Using positive reactions to an exercise program, goals for initially joining a program, and social support, Wankel () differentiated between participants and dropouts in an exercise program.

Dishman () stated that social reinforcement in the form of group or family support may be the most influential factor in adherence. Wallace, Raglin.