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US Clinical Trial NCT03439852 – NIH – Feb 7, 2018

Increasing Physical Activity in Filipino Lay Leaders

Asian-Americans (A-As) are under-represented in chronic disease research, including lifestyle interventions. A-As are 42% of population in Hawaii and across the U.S. they are projected to more than double to 34.4 million by 2060, with a much higher...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02032667 – NIH – Dec 29, 2013

Exercise Games and Physical Activity: Does Multi-player Online Play Improve Adherence?

1. Aims of the study: In 2005, the number of deaths attributed to cancer surpassed those caused by major cardiovascular diseases as the number one cause of mortality in Canada, and to this date, continues to significantly impact the lives of Canadia...
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US Clinical Trial NCT00556569 – NIH – Nov 9, 2007

Evaluation of CHAM JAM (Previously Known as the Moving Smart) Intervention in Increasing Physical Activity in Bronx Elementary School Students

Background: Medical and national public health authorities recommend daily school physical education for all ages due to well-known health benefits of physical activity. Nevertheless, daily physical education among elementary and secondary school st...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01551108 – NIH – Mar 8, 2012

Parent-targeted Mobile Phone Based Intervention to Increase Physical Activity in Children (P-Mobile)

Most children engage in insufficient amounts of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity. These low levels of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity are associated with adverse health consequences including increased risk for obesity, and cardiovascul...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03743454 – NIH – Nov 13, 2018

Relationship Between Physical Activity Level And Physical Activity Awareness In Young Adults

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US Clinical Trial NCT01158638 – NIH – Jul 7, 2010

Utilizing Tailored Step-Count Feedback to Enhance Physical Activity in the Elderly

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US Clinical Trial NCT03145688 – NIH – Jan 27, 2017

Promoting Habit Formation in Family Physical Activity

Secondary Research Questions 1. Does the habit formation condition improve child health-related quality of life, and health-related fitness outcomes compared to the control and planning conditions at six months? Hypothesis: Child health-related fit...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03055871 – NIH – Feb 14, 2017

Parents and Children Active Together: Examining Motivational, Regulatory, and Habitual Intervention Approaches

Secondary Research Questions 1. Can group differences among behavioural outcomes be explained through a mediation model? Hypothesis: The covariance of the assigned conditions (habit formation, planning + education, education control) on child PA wi...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01567007 – NIH – Mar 13, 2012

Impact of Different Interventions in Physical Activity Level and Co-morbidities in Women: Randomized, Controlled Study

Protocols and Randomization of subjects: Subjects were randomized into 4 groups: control group (GI), individual counseling (GII), group counseling (GIII) and aerobic training set (GIV). The protocols of interventions are described in detail below:...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01588392 – NIH – Apr 25, 2012

Effects of Short Bouts of Physical Activity in Low-income Preschool-age Children

Most preschool centers provide two 30-minute sessions of gross-motor/outdoor playtime per preschool day. Within this time frame, children accumulate most of their activity within the first 10 minutes. This study is a cluster randomized controlled st...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02265432 – NIH – Oct 9, 2014

iFit-Study: Using Mobile Technology to Promote Physical Activity

Considering the increasing burden in type 2 diabetes mellitus and other chronic diseases, the promotion of physical activity and reduction of sedentary behavior have an important role to improve population health. Primarily, potential participants...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02148315 – NIH – May 23, 2014

School Gardens and Physical Activity

New York State schools were randomly assigned to receive school gardens and associated curriculum or to serve on the wait list control group that received gardens and curriculum at the end of the 2-year study. Baseline data were collected in Fall 20...
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US Clinical Trial NCT00810342 – NIH – Dec 17, 2008

Physical Activity in Women With Infants

Mothers of an infant are much less likely to exercise regularly compared with women who have older children or no children. This low level of physical activity (PA) contributes to postpartum weight retention which can predict levels of obesity up to...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01882192 – NIH – Jun 5, 2012

Family Planning to Promote Regular Physical Activity: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Background: Obesity is rapidly becoming one of the more serious public health challenges of this century, especially when considering that overweight and obese children are likely to stay obese into adulthood and are at a higher risk of developing...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03138187 – NIH – Apr 30, 2017

Effect of Physical Exercise Intensity on Spontaneous Physical Activity Energy Expenditure and Energy Intake in Overweight Adults: a Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial.

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US Clinical Trial NCT02552355 – NIH – Sep 1, 2015

Milk Protein Feeding After Aerobic Exercise in Older Adults With Pre-diabetes Taking the Biguanide Metformin

This is a randomized, placebo controlled, double blind study. 60 men and women over the age of 55 with indications of pre-diabetes will be recruited for participation and randomly assigned to one of four 12 week exercise training programs: 1)Supervi...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02710201 – NIH – Mar 11, 2016

A Randomized-controlled Trial of Social Norm Interventions to Increase Physical Activity

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US Clinical Trial NCT02667964 – NIH – Nov 24, 2015

FGF-21 During Physical Exercise in Patients With Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Healthy Controls

Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is a metabolic disorder characterized by rising global importance. In Germany alone, more than seven million people are being treated currently. T2DM is characterized by permanently elevated blood glucose levels, base...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03092141 – NIH – Mar 10, 2017

Physical Training in Patients With Relapsing Polychondritis

Impact of physical training in patients with relapsing polychondritis.
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US Clinical Trial NCT03493139 – NIH – Apr 3, 2018

Physical Activity Across the Curriculum (PAAC 3):Teacher vs. Remotely Delivered Classroom Physical Activity Breaks

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US Clinical Trial NCT00693901 – NIH – Jun 5, 2008

Parks and Physical Activity in Diverse Communities

Regular physical activity, such as walking, running, or biking, is known to have substantial health benefits. Exercise is important not only in weight management, but also in reducing the risk of certain diseases and promoting psychological well bei...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02371187 – NIH – Feb 13, 2015

Does Dapagliflozin Augment The Favorable Adaptation To Endurance Exercise Training?

This is a randomized, placebo-controlled, double blind, repeated measures study. 30 sedentary adults will be recruited for participation and randomly assigned to one of two 12-week treatments: 1) supervised endurance exercise training 4 days per wee...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02124967 – NIH – Apr 24, 2014

Exploring the Feasibility, Acceptability, and Effectiveness of a Mosque-Based Intervention to Promote Physical Activity in South Asian Muslim Women: A Pilot Study

South Asian (SA) women (people with origins in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh or Sri Lanka) living in Ontario have a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease (CHD) compared to the general population. Various explanations for...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02164474 – NIH – Jun 12, 2014

Time-efficient High-intensity Interval Training Versus Moderate-intensity Continuous Aerobic Training for Promoting Exercise Adherence: A Randomized-controlled Trial

Eligible participants will be randomized to the HIIT or moderate-intensity continuous exercise conditions. Each condition will involve a two-week supervised exercise period consisting of ten sessions. Exercise prescriptions for each condition will b...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02507869 – NIH – Jul 22, 2015

A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of an Affect-Guided Physical Activity

Regular physical activity has many benefits for overall health and well-being, and current public health guidelines recommend at least 150 minutes per week of moderate-to-vigorous intensity activity to attain these benefits. Despite the many benefit...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03041415 – NIH – Jan 30, 2017

Citizen Science to Promote Sustained Physical Activity in Low-Income Communities

The major objective of this project is to enhance the potential scalability and sustainability of person-level physical activity (PA) interventions by leveraging the capacity of residents themselves as local data gatherers and solution generators fo...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02903849 – NIH – Sep 13, 2016

Using Self-Motivating Messages to Encourage People to Exercise More

The investigators are interested in using personalized, self-motivating messages to motivate people to exercise more. Through a partnership with a university, the investigators are running a large-scale, randomized field controlled trial aimed at in...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03509129 – NIH – Apr 16, 2018

Evaluating Columbia Moves: A Social Network Approach Using a Team Competition and Technology to Increase Physical Activity

This 3-month randomized controlled trial is designed to investigate the efficacy and feasibility of a novel, technology-oriented physical activity intervention characterized by existing social networks and a team competition. Participants will be re...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03384550 – NIH – Dec 14, 2017

Investigating Different Intervention Components of a Smartphone App to Promote Physical Activity: The ALLY Micro-Randomized Trial

Just-in-time adaptive interventions (JITAIs) have recently been proposed as framework for health interventions that exploit the potential of mobile health information and sensing technologies. By obtaining contextual information for example from sma...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02802410 – NIH – Mar 8, 2016

Cross Sectional Study to Evaluate the Effects of Kinesio IQ-Tape, Kinesiotaping and no Taping on Muscle Activation and Reflex Activity During Climbing Stairs, Drop Jump and Running With 10, 12 and 15km/h

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US Clinical Trial NCT01295203 – NIH – Feb 11, 2011

Internet-based Physical Activity Intervention

In a website-based intervention study, the investigators wish to examine if it is possible to increase physical activity among inactive persons. Main objective is to determine if access to a website with personalized feedback on PA level and suggest...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01622829 – NIH – Jun 15, 2012

Pilot Study on Physical Activity

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US Clinical Trial NCT01531660 – NIH – Jan 30, 2012

Active Over 45: A Step-up Jogging Program in Inactive Female Hospital Staff Aged 45+: Feasability, Role of Motivation and Sustained Benefit

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US Clinical Trial NCT03405558 – NIH – Jan 8, 2018

Effects of an Individually Tailored Endurance Training on the Performance Developement of Patients With Paraplegia During First Rehabilitation: an Observational Study

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US Clinical Trial NCT03196570 – NIH – Jun 15, 2017

Increasing Physical Activity in Latino Men Through Tailoring

Physical Activity in Latino Men Through Tailoring is an individually randomized web and text message based pilot study, designed to increase physical activity amongst Latino men. The study is conducting formative research with a diverse population o...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03103464 – NIH – Mar 28, 2017

Sit-to-Stand Progression Using Movi Chair vs Traditional Practices

Most activities of daily living require unassisted ability to stand from a sitting position. Therefore, physical therapy exercises aimed at improving this essential action are critically important for patients with impaired functional mobility. Alth...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03247426 – NIH – Aug 9, 2017

Comparison of Sleep Quality, Job Satisfaction, Quality of Life, Occupational Burnout Levels Among Individuals Who do or do Not do Exercise

Physical activity is very important in terms of healthy growth and development, protection from unwanted bad habits, socialization, protection from chronic diseases, and providing an active aging period. At the same time it increases the quality of...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02607137 – NIH – Nov 14, 2015

Evaluation of Training Program on Promoting Family Holistic Health

Holistic health is an integration and interaction of physical and psychosocial health. Positive psychology is a science of happiness, which focuses on positive emotions and personal strengths. It is used as a preventive and complementary medicine, w...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03298919 – NIH – Sep 27, 2017

Efficacy of Exercise Videogames for Physical Activity Adoption and Maintenance

To test the efficacy of a 12-week supervised, laboratory based program of an exercise videogame (EVG) program to increase time spent in moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) and improve cardiovascular health and fitness indices compared to S...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01505244 – NIH – Dec 27, 2011

Before-School Physical Activity Intervention in Elementary School Children: A Pilot Study

The current guidelines for physical activity recommend that children should partake in regular, moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity for 60 minutes or more each day. Unfortunately, children in the U.S. are not meeting these goals. Moreov...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01736098 – NIH – Nov 15, 2012

Evaluation of Energy Balance at High vs. Low Energy Flux - Energy Flux Study

We will randomly assign 75 sedentary but healthy individuals to one of two exercise groups or a non-exercise group. We will follow the individuals for 6 months during the intervention period. Both groups will maintain weight by matching energy intak...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02031185 – NIH – Jan 7, 2014

A Wearable mHealth Device to Promote Teenagers' Physical Activity: A Pilot RCT

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US Clinical Trial NCT03936582 – NIH – May 1, 2019

Promoting Small Business Support of Youth Physical Activity in Low-income, Minority Neighborhoods

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US Clinical Trial NCT03903874 – NIH – Mar 31, 2019

Testing Scalable, IVR-supported Cancer Prevention Interventions in the Rural Alabama Black Belt

This protocol involves a randomized controlled trial (N=240) to test the efficacy of the Deep south Active Lifestyle (DIAL intervention) telephone-based physical activity counseling intervention vs. a wait list condition. Assessments of MVPA and psy...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03143309 – NIH – May 3, 2017

WhatsApp Physical Activity Intervention to Promote Walking Among Female University Students in Al-Qassim, Saudi Arabia: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Background: Sedentary lifestyle is a major risk factor for chronic diseases. The majority of Saudi females do not meet a recommended level of physical activity. Study Objective: To test the effect of a physical activity intervention on daily walkin...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02907164 – NIH – Sep 3, 2016

Using Social Norms to Encourage People to Exercise More

The investigators are interested in using social norms to motivate people to sign up for a 100-day exercise challenge and exploring how to make social norms messages more effective. Specifically, the primary purposes of this study are to test (a) wh...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03274635 – NIH – Sep 1, 2017

Desk-Compatible Elliptical Device: Feasibility Evaluation

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US Clinical Trial NCT02850770 – NIH – Apr 12, 2016

Phone Messaging for Physical Activity and Social Support Prompting Among Low-Income Latino Patients: A Randomized Pilot Study

Despite the promise of phone-based interventions to effectively support diabetes self-management (DSM), little is known about their impact on the outcomes of highly vulnerable populations such as low-income, inner-city, racial/ethnic minorities. And...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03692702 – NIH – Sep 28, 2018

Wellness Enhancing Physical Activity for Young Children Preschool Teacher Training

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US Clinical Trial NCT03453671 – NIH – Dec 6, 2017

Strategies to Enhance the Experience of Exercise

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