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The effects a home-based physical activity program on barrier and program-specific self-efficacy of older adults – The MOVES Study

  • Cox K
  • Burke V
  • Beilin L
  • et al.
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Background: Home-based physical activity (PA) programs are an attractive strategy for older adults. PA adherence may be improved by interventions that increase self-efficacy. We investigated the effects of a 6-month home-based walking program followed by 6-months’ maintenance on two measures of PA self-efficacy in inactive 50–80 year olds.

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Cox, K., Burke, V., Beilin, L., & Phillips, M. (2017). The effects a home-based physical activity program on barrier and program-specific self-efficacy of older adults – The MOVES Study. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 20, e23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsams.2016.12.055

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