Exercise motives of long-term phase IV cardiac rehabilitation participants

@inproceedings{Thow2008ExerciseMO,
  title={Exercise motives of long-term phase IV cardiac rehabilitation participants},
  author={Morag Thow and Danny Rafferty and Harriet Kelly},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Objectives To identify the exercise motives of long-term phase IV cardiac rehabilitation participants. Design A two-stage triangulation approach was used where more than one methodology is used, either sequentially or concurrently, in a study. Setting Phase IV cardiac rehabilitation classes held in the community. Participants Fifty-five phase IV participants (30 men aged 66 ± 7.4 years and 25 women aged 69 ± 6.5 years) completed the Exercise Motivation Inventory (EMI-2). Four women and… CONTINUE READING

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