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A Bit of Fit: Minimalist Intervention in Adolescents Based on a Physical Activity Tracker

A Bit of Fit: Minimalist Intervention in Adolescents Based on a Physical Activity Tracker

This study employed a quasi-experimental crossover design with a 7-week physical activity tracker-based physical activity intervention and a control period.

Jeffrey Gaudet, François Gallant, Mathieu Bélanger

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(7):e92


Patterns of Fitbit Use and Activity Levels Throughout a Physical Activity Intervention: Exploratory Analysis from a Randomized Controlled Trial

Patterns of Fitbit Use and Activity Levels Throughout a Physical Activity Intervention: Exploratory Analysis from a Randomized Controlled Trial

A 2016 analysis revealed that 45% of American adults own at least one activity tracker, up from 21% in 2014 [1]. Trackers have been incorporated into several interventions that have successfully increased physical activity [2,3].

Sheri J Hartman, Sandahl H Nelson, Lauren S Weiner

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(2):e29


The Association Between Medication Adherence for Chronic Conditions and Digital Health Activity Tracking: Retrospective Analysis

The Association Between Medication Adherence for Chronic Conditions and Digital Health Activity Tracking: Retrospective Analysis

The analysis period (June 1, 2015-June 1, 2016) was the time frame in which we tracked prescription refills and adherence rates as well as activity-tracker use.

Tom Quisel, Luca Foschini, Susan M Zbikowski, Jessie L Juusola

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(3):e11486


How Accurate Is Your Activity Tracker? A Comparative Study of Step Counts in Low-Intensity Physical Activities

How Accurate Is Your Activity Tracker? A Comparative Study of Step Counts in Low-Intensity Physical Activities

To capture data from participants, 2 data collection methods were used: a motion sensor based activity tracker for recording the number of steps and a camera to record videos to keep track of the actual number of steps.

Parastoo Alinia, Chris Cain, Ramin Fallahzadeh, Armin Shahrokni, Diane Cook, Hassan Ghasemzadeh

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(8):e106