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Reliability and Validity of Kinect Detector for Fitness Tests and Gait Performance Analysis

Background: Depending on nature and needs, physical fitness can be divided into healthy fitness and physical fitness (also known as competitive fitness). Healthy fitness includes cardio-respiratory fitness, muscle fitness, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition. Physical fitness includes coordination, speed, explosiveness, balance, agility, and reaction time. Although the monitoring of fitness is very important, most of the tests need to be assisted by profession...

Efficacy of the Athletes for Life Program to Promote Cardiovascular Health

The purpose of this study was to test the efficacy of a fitness- and behavioral-focused intervention, Athletes for Life (AFL), to improve cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) among 160 underserved families.

Fitness Training After Traumatic Brain Injury

The aim of this project is to compare the efficacy of two different fitness exercise programmes on improving fitness and psychosocial functioning in a traumatic brain injured population. We hypothesize that a supervised fitness-centre based exercise programme, compared to an unsupervised home-based exercise programme will show significant improvements in cardiorespiratory fitness, depression and community integration.

Football Fitness After Breast Cancer

Late effects of breast cancer treatment are widely reported including deteriorating fitness, fatigue, loss of muscle and bone mass, and increased body fat percentage. Exercise interventions may ameliorate a number of these effects including fatigue, fitness and improve quality of life. However only limited knowledge exists on the potential of novel interventions and settings, such as sports outside the hospital setting, to improve late effects of breast cancer treatment. The 'F...

The Effect of Novel High-intensity Interval Training on Physical Fitness in Older Adults

High-intensity interval training (HIT) has been demonstrated to be an effective strategy to improve markers of health and fitness across a wide range of healthy and clinical populations. Currently however, there is only limited evidence which has examined the effectiveness of HIT in older adults (>50 years). HIT is an appealing strategy in this group as it has the potential to impact both cardiorespiratory and muscular fitness, which both play an important role in maintaining f...

FIT 2 SIT - Are Metabolic Responses to Sitting/Light Breaks Mediated by Fitness?

The purpose of this study is to determine whether an individuals cardio-respiratory fitness level can protect them from the negative metabolic impacts of prolonged sitting time. Overall, it is hypothesised that in individuals with high fitness, the unfavourable effect of prolonged sitting (build up of sugar, fat and insulin in the blood following a meal) will not be as substantial, nor will light activity breaks be as advantageous, compared to individuals with lower fitness as...

Effect of Including Fitness Testing in Preventive Health Checks on Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Motivation

The purpose of this study is to investigate if including fitness testing in preventive health checks increase cardiorespiratory fitness and motivation to change physical activity behavior compared with preventive health checks without fitness testing.

Patient Function/Fitness and Psychosocial Health in Improving Health-Related Quality of Life in Patients With Stage I-IV Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

This pilot trial studies patient function/fitness and psychosocial health in improving health-related quality of life and decreasing treatment-related toxicity in patients with stage I-IV non-small cell lung cancer. Studying function/fitness and psychosocial health may help doctors improve conventional therapy in patients with non-small cell lung cancer.

Measuring Uniformed Servicemembers' Fitness Scores on Creatine Loading and Exercise

The purpose of this study is to compare the physical fitness performance—as measured by the Air Force Physical Fitness Test (PFT)—of subjects that, in conjunction with exercise, will take creatine supplementation over a four week period versus those that do not.

Longterm Follow-up of Cardiac Patients With an Smartphone-Application

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality globally. Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) including exercise training are effective to reduce morbidity, mortality and risk factors such as physical fitness, cholesterol, triglycerides and blood pressure. The main goal for CR is to establish exercise training and other lifestyle changes as permanent changes in the patient's life. Many studies have shown that cardiac patients strive to maintain a heart-healthy li...

Correlation Between Quality of Life and Aerobic Physical Fitness of Patients With a Systemic Right Ventricle

Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the most common congenital malformations. The right ventricle in the sub-aortic position, or "systemic right ventricle" is one of these complex cardiac diseases. Several studies show that adults with CHD and especially systemic right ventricle have reduced exercise capacity. In addition, studies have shown that there is a correlation between alteration of aerobic physical capacity and alteration of right ventricular systolic function. Un...

Stepping Into Survivorship: Harnessing Behavioral Economics to Improve Quality of Life in Ovarian Cancer

This research study will test whether using wearable fitness trackers with or without a social incentive, delivered through a game-based mobile health intervention, increases physical activity and quality of life in ovarian cancer survivors.

Understanding Fitness' Function in Determining Activity

The purpose of the study is to determine how measuring strength (by squeezing a tool called a hand grip dynamometer) and cardiorespiratory fitness (by climbing stairs) and sharing the results with subjects impacts exercise.

Fitness Trackers During and After Oncological Treatments

The overall goal of the present trial is to evaluate the patients' compliance for wearing a commercially available fitness tracker during and after oncological treatments.

Exploring Time-efficient Strategies to Improve Fitness for Surgery in Older Adults

The incidence of conditions requiring surgical intervention increases with age, however there is a reported decline in the rates of elective surgical procedures in those over 65. This is associated with older patients being described as "less fit" and more at risk of postoperative complications, leading to decreased provision of surgical care to those at need. Exercise interventions have the potential to reverse some of the decline in cardiovascular fitness associated with agin...

The Causal Impact of Online Social Media on Physical Activity: A Randomized Controlled Trial

The overall objective of this research is to collect data for understanding whether messages in online environments impact fitness attitudes and behaviors. In particular, the study aims to experimentally examine what features of online social media - promotional messaging or peer networks - impact offline fitness measures (such fitness workshop enrollment and self-reported physical activity level). The study partners with an existing fitness program at a large northeastern univ...

Education and Fitness: EDUFIT Study

EDUFIT is a group-Randomized Controlled Trial specifically designed to enhance physical fitness and other health-related factors in a school setting in adolescents.

Mobile Health Fitness Program for Adolescent and Young Adult Childhood Cancer Survivors

This clinical trial studies a mobile health fitness program for adolescent and young adult childhood cancer survivors. Adolescent and young adult childhood cancer survivors are at risk to have negative late effects from treatment and to develop chronic health conditions. A sedentary lifestyle may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and early mortality. Physical activity reduces the risk for cardiovascular disease and early mortality, improves cardiorespir...

Unsupervised Physical Activity in Elderly

To evaluate safety and the effects of a unsupervised physical activity program (USPAP) over blood pressure (BP), physical fitness (PF) and quality of life (QL) of elderly hypertensive patients.

Effect of Judo Training Compared to Ball Games on Motor Skills, Physical Fitness, Quality of Life and Cardiovascular Parameters in Children and Adolescents

There will be a three-month intervention with two groups: judo training and ball games, twice a week, for 50 minutes. The sample will consist of children and adolescents with low socioeconomic status, participants of a philanthropic institution, aged between 6 and 15 years, who will be randomized in the two groups mentioned above. Motor skills, physical fitness, cardiovascular parameters and questionnaire assessing socioeconomic status, quality of life, physical activity level,...

Use of Personal Fitness Device in Adult (> 21 Years Old) Patients With Cystic Fibrosis

Approximately half of the variation in the presentation and disease status of patients with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is secondary to non-genetic variables.[1] These include household income, compliance with therapy, second hand smoke exposure and possibly exercise (although exercise has less evidence to support its influence on disease status). Recently increased attention has been focused on the role of exercise and quality of life for patients with CF. This study will evaluate th...

Project LIFT - Promoting Healthy Behavior Through a Wearable Fitness Device and Financial Incentives

Project LIFT is a randomized, controlled trial that tests the effectiveness of a remotely-monitored, home-based exercise program utilizing wearable fitness trackers to monitor steps taken per day, health engagement questions, and financial incentives. 120 subjects will be randomized into 3 arms: 1) usual care - no fitness tracker or incentive, 2) a fitness tracker + no incentives, and 3) fitness tracker plus financial incentives.

Motivational Interviewing to Increase Physical Activity Behaviour in Cancer Patients

Physical activity is not only efficient for primary prevention of several cancer types, but it also plays an important role in cancer survivors. Physical activity after a cancer diagnosis has been associated with reduced overall and cancer-specific mortality. It has significant positive effects on physical fitness and several cancer-related symptoms including fatigue, sleep disturbance, depression and anxiety. The evidence is considerable and consistent for breast, colorectal a...

Resistance Exercise in Woman With Primary Sjörgen Syndrome.

To analyze the effectiveness of 16-week resistance exercise in daily motor behavior and functional fitness in women with Primary Sjögren's Syndrome. The present study presents as hypothesis that a supervised resistance exercise program is effective and safe in improving the functional fitness and quality of life of patients with Primary Sjögren's Syndrome, making them more physically active, contributing positively to the capacity to perform daily life activities as household...

The Impact of an 8-week Supported Exercise Program on Fitness and Symptoms in Adolescents With Down Syndrome

This study explores the effects of an eight-week center-based exercise intervention for adolescents with Down syndrome on home exercise compliance. As well, to observe changes in fitness including muscular strength, endurance and aerobic capacity. Finally to observe any changes in mood, behavior and quality of life.

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