Emerging Technologies to Promote and Evaluate Physical Activity
by Dan J Graham, et al.
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA 2014
Number of pages: 141
Increasingly, efforts to promote and measure physical activity are achieving greater precision, greater ease of use, and/or greater scope by incorporating emerging technologies. This is significant for physical activity promotion because more precise measurement will allow investigators to better understand where, when, and how physical activity is and is not occurring, thus enabling more effective targeting of particular behavior settings.
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