Using self-efficacy and a transtheoretical model to develop a physical activity intervention for obese women.

@article{Dallow2003UsingSA,
  title={Using self-efficacy and a transtheoretical model to develop a physical activity intervention for obese women.},
  author={Cindy Byfield Dallow and Jennifer Anderson},
  journal={American journal of health promotion : AJHP},
  year={2003},
  volume={17 6},
  pages={373-81}
}
PURPOSE To assess the effectiveness of applying behavior change theory to a physical activity intervention for obese, sedentary women. DESIGN A 48-week randomized controlled trial. Subjects were randomized to one of two intervention groups. SETTING A university classroom and a local health club. SUBJECTS Fifty-eight sedentary, obese women. INTERVENTIONS A 24-week theory-based physical activity program that aims to change the way subjects think and behave in relation to physical activity… CONTINUE READING

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