Long-term exercise adherence after public health training in at-risk adults

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Long-term exercise adherence after public health training in at-risk adults. / Riktrup Hansen Saida, Trine Gro; Juul Sørensen, Tina; Langberg, Henning.

In: Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Vol. 60, No. 4, 07.2017, p. 237-243.

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Riktrup Hansen Saida, TG, Juul Sørensen, T & Langberg, H 2017, 'Long-term exercise adherence after public health training in at-risk adults', Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, vol. 60, no. 4, pp. 237-243. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rehab.2017.02.006

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Riktrup Hansen Saida, T. G., Juul Sørensen, T., & Langberg, H. (2017). Long-term exercise adherence after public health training in at-risk adults. Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, 60(4), 237-243. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rehab.2017.02.006

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Riktrup Hansen Saida TG, Juul Sørensen T, Langberg H. Long-term exercise adherence after public health training in at-risk adults. Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. 2017 Jul;60(4):237-243. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rehab.2017.02.006

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Riktrup Hansen Saida, Trine Gro ; Juul Sørensen, Tina ; Langberg, Henning. / Long-term exercise adherence after public health training in at-risk adults. In: Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. 2017 ; Vol. 60, No. 4. pp. 237-243.

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title = "Long-term exercise adherence after public health training in at-risk adults",
abstract = "Objectives: Sustainment of healthy exercise behavior is essential in preventing cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Few studies have explored long-term exercise adherence after an exercise referral scheme. The objective of this study was to examine 12-month exercise adherence after an exercise intervention program. Methods: This was a pragmatic follow-up study in at-risk people performed between June 2012 and January 2014. The main outcome measure was self-reported single-item exercise adherence. Secondary outcomes were change in exercise level, quality of life rated on a visual analog scale and self-rated health. Predictors of long-term exercise adherence were assessed by logistic regression, estimating crude odds-ratios (OR) and 95{\%} confidence intervals (95{\%} CIs) and adjusting for age, gender, education, smoking, moderate and vigorous exercise. Results: In total, 214 adults (mean age 58.8. ±. 11.97 years, 71{\%} women) participated in the study and received a 12-week training intervention: 62{\%} had hypertension, 64{\%} dyslipidemia and 15{\%} impaired glucose tolerance. Attrition rate was 84{\%} (n = 179). During the 12-month follow-up, 48{\%} (n = 85) reported long-term exercise adherence. The main predictors of long-term exercise adherence were participation in sport activities at baseline (adjusted odds-ratio [aOR] 4.22, 95{\%} CI 1.72-10.40), self-rated health (aOR 2.60, 1.00-6.75) and quality of life (aOR 2.39, 1.03-5.54). Long-term non-adherence was associated with low education (<. 10 years; aOR 3.27, 1.14-9.43) and age. <. 50 years (aOR 3.53, 1.32-9.43). Conclusions: In this pragmatic study, long-term exercise adherence was associated with participation in sport activities and self-rated health at baseline.",
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RIS

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T1 - Long-term exercise adherence after public health training in at-risk adults

AU - Riktrup Hansen Saida, Trine Gro

AU - Juul Sørensen, Tina

AU - Langberg, Henning

PY - 2017/7

Y1 - 2017/7

N2 - Objectives: Sustainment of healthy exercise behavior is essential in preventing cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Few studies have explored long-term exercise adherence after an exercise referral scheme. The objective of this study was to examine 12-month exercise adherence after an exercise intervention program. Methods: This was a pragmatic follow-up study in at-risk people performed between June 2012 and January 2014. The main outcome measure was self-reported single-item exercise adherence. Secondary outcomes were change in exercise level, quality of life rated on a visual analog scale and self-rated health. Predictors of long-term exercise adherence were assessed by logistic regression, estimating crude odds-ratios (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (95% CIs) and adjusting for age, gender, education, smoking, moderate and vigorous exercise. Results: In total, 214 adults (mean age 58.8. ±. 11.97 years, 71% women) participated in the study and received a 12-week training intervention: 62% had hypertension, 64% dyslipidemia and 15% impaired glucose tolerance. Attrition rate was 84% (n = 179). During the 12-month follow-up, 48% (n = 85) reported long-term exercise adherence. The main predictors of long-term exercise adherence were participation in sport activities at baseline (adjusted odds-ratio [aOR] 4.22, 95% CI 1.72-10.40), self-rated health (aOR 2.60, 1.00-6.75) and quality of life (aOR 2.39, 1.03-5.54). Long-term non-adherence was associated with low education (<. 10 years; aOR 3.27, 1.14-9.43) and age. <. 50 years (aOR 3.53, 1.32-9.43). Conclusions: In this pragmatic study, long-term exercise adherence was associated with participation in sport activities and self-rated health at baseline.

AB - Objectives: Sustainment of healthy exercise behavior is essential in preventing cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Few studies have explored long-term exercise adherence after an exercise referral scheme. The objective of this study was to examine 12-month exercise adherence after an exercise intervention program. Methods: This was a pragmatic follow-up study in at-risk people performed between June 2012 and January 2014. The main outcome measure was self-reported single-item exercise adherence. Secondary outcomes were change in exercise level, quality of life rated on a visual analog scale and self-rated health. Predictors of long-term exercise adherence were assessed by logistic regression, estimating crude odds-ratios (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (95% CIs) and adjusting for age, gender, education, smoking, moderate and vigorous exercise. Results: In total, 214 adults (mean age 58.8. ±. 11.97 years, 71% women) participated in the study and received a 12-week training intervention: 62% had hypertension, 64% dyslipidemia and 15% impaired glucose tolerance. Attrition rate was 84% (n = 179). During the 12-month follow-up, 48% (n = 85) reported long-term exercise adherence. The main predictors of long-term exercise adherence were participation in sport activities at baseline (adjusted odds-ratio [aOR] 4.22, 95% CI 1.72-10.40), self-rated health (aOR 2.60, 1.00-6.75) and quality of life (aOR 2.39, 1.03-5.54). Long-term non-adherence was associated with low education (<. 10 years; aOR 3.27, 1.14-9.43) and age. <. 50 years (aOR 3.53, 1.32-9.43). Conclusions: In this pragmatic study, long-term exercise adherence was associated with participation in sport activities and self-rated health at baseline.

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KW - Exercise referral scheme

KW - Health behavior

KW - Health promotion

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DO - 10.1016/j.rehab.2017.02.006

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