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Feasibility of Using a Commercial Fitness Tracker as an Adjunct to Family-Based Weight Management Treatment: Pilot Randomized Trial

Feasibility of Using a Commercial Fitness Tracker as an Adjunct to Family-Based Weight Management Treatment: Pilot Randomized Trial

Our aim was to explore whether providing caregivers with a fitness tracker, in addition to providing adolescents with a fitness tracker, would improve an adolescent’s fitness tracker satisfaction, fitness tracker utilization, and physical activity levels.MethodsStudy

Thao-Ly Tam Phan, Nadia Barnini, Sherlly Xie, Angelica Martinez, Lauren Falini, Atiera Abatemarco, Maura Waldron, Jane M Benton, Steve Frankenberry, Cassandra Coleman, Linhda Nguyen, Cindy Bo, George A Datto, Lloyd N Werk

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(11):e10523


Estimating Maximal Oxygen Uptake From Daily Activity Data Measured by a Watch-Type Fitness Tracker: Cross-Sectional Study

Estimating Maximal Oxygen Uptake From Daily Activity Data Measured by a Watch-Type Fitness Tracker: Cross-Sectional Study

IntroductionCardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) is an important component of physical fitness, representing the body’s ability to take oxygen in and deliver this oxygen to muscle cells throughout the body during physical activity.

Soon Bin Kwon, Joong Woo Ahn, Seung Min Lee, Joonnyong Lee, Dongheon Lee, Jeeyoung Hong, Hee Chan Kim, Hyung-Jin Yoon

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(6):e13327


Physical Activity Trend eXtraction: A Framework for Extracting Moderate-Vigorous Physical Activity Trends From Wearable Fitness Tracker Data

Physical Activity Trend eXtraction: A Framework for Extracting Moderate-Vigorous Physical Activity Trends From Wearable Fitness Tracker Data

Preprocessing steps must be taken to address biases in device measurement and the highly granular nature of time series data [14].To leverage the strengths of fitness tracker data for MVPA behavior change studies, a framework is necessary to alleviate data

Louis Faust, Cheng Wang, David Hachen, Omar Lizardo, Nitesh V Chawla

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(3):e11075


Four-Year Trends in Sleep Duration and Quality: A Longitudinal Study Using Data from a Commercially Available Sleep Tracker

Four-Year Trends in Sleep Duration and Quality: A Longitudinal Study Using Data from a Commercially Available Sleep Tracker

Moreover, 1 study analyzed a large volume of sleep tracker data and compared sleep before and after major political events [20]; yet otherwise, no research has explored trends over time in sleep data captured by a sleep tracker app or device.ObjectivesWe undertook

Rebecca Robbins, Mahmoud Affouf, Azizi Seixas, Louis Beaugris, George Avirappattu, Girardin Jean-Louis

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(2):e14735


Comparison of Older and Younger Adults’ Attitudes Toward the Adoption and Use of Activity Trackers

Comparison of Older and Younger Adults’ Attitudes Toward the Adoption and Use of Activity Trackers

While over half of the Americans reported using a wearable fitness tracker at least once a day, only a little over 20% of the older adults owned an activity tracker in the United States as of 2016 [4].

Sunyoung Kim, Abhishek Choudhury

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(10):e18312