exercise compliance

ex·er·cise com·pli·ance

(eks'ĕr-sīz kŏm-plī'ăns)
A person's conformity to a prescribed or self-prescribed fitness program.
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Through her research she works to develop new tools to treat persons living with vestibular conditions through the use of virtual reality, a vibrotactile device, and devices that can help record exercise compliance.
Borello-France et al describe the initial 10-week phase as providing this type of intervention, which may have contributed to the high rate of PFM exercise compliance during this stage.
Diet and exercise compliance was, for the whole program, 60 % for diet and 71.
How the researchers tried to maximise exercise compliance.
have served to aid trainees with exercise compliance.
The site also contains general health news, smoking cessation and medication programs, and exercise compliance information.
The study, supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), also showed that patients using the videotapes improved coping skills and exercise compliance.
Sluijs E M, Kok G J and van der Zee J (1993a): Correlates of exercise compliance and physical therapy.
The goal of the study is to prove that use of the device helps to increase exercise compliance, thereby reducing loss of range of motion and function during immobilization and muscle atrophy, as well as decreasing complications such as edema, compartment syndrome and deep vein thrombosis (DVT).
The introduction of IREX, a new interactive exercise technology, involves patients in virtual video games, thereby promoting exercise compliance.
A questionnaire was given to each of the subjects in the exercise group to log their dietary and exercise compliance daily as follows: