Community-based efforts to promote physical activity: a systematic review of interventions considering mode of delivery, study quality and population subgroups.

@article{Bock2014CommunitybasedET,
  title={Community-based efforts to promote physical activity: a systematic review of interventions considering mode of delivery, study quality and population subgroups.},
  author={Christina Bock and Marc N Jarczok and D. G. Litaker},
  journal={Journal of science and medicine in sport},
  year={2014},
  volume={17 3},
  pages={276-82}
}
OBJECTIVES Despite the known benefits of physical activity, the majority of adults in developed countries lead sedentary lifestyles. The community setting is a promising venue for physical activity-promoting interventions. Our objectives were to investigate the effectiveness of community-based physical activity interventions by mode of delivery, study quality and to analyse intervention effectiveness in different subgroups in the population. DESIGN We conducted a systematic literature review… CONTINUE READING
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