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“…Little is known, however, about the types and amounts of physical activities that may already be incorporated in the lifestyles of those with RA, but it is expected to be low enough such that interventions to increase lifestyle physical activity behavior might greatly impact health status and quality of life, while reducing subsequent health care costs in this population. At least 1 study found that older adults (≥65 years), not selected for arthritis, significantly improved their ability to perform the sit‐to‐stand test after a 16‐week intervention to increase lifestyle physical activity (13). Previous studies of RA populations have predominantly examined the safety and efficacy of structured exercise programs organized in formal facilities (4, 14, 15).…”
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“…Little is known, however, about the types and amounts of physical activities that may already be incorporated in the lifestyles of those with RA, but it is expected to be low enough such that interventions to increase lifestyle physical activity behavior might greatly impact health status and quality of life, while reducing subsequent health care costs in this population. At least 1 study found that older adults (≥65 years), not selected for arthritis, significantly improved their ability to perform the sit‐to‐stand test after a 16‐week intervention to increase lifestyle physical activity (13). Previous studies of RA populations have predominantly examined the safety and efficacy of structured exercise programs organized in formal facilities (4, 14, 15).…”
Section: Introductionsupporting
“…However the validity of PASE is established for adults with knee pain and physical disability 20. While the PASE score was not designed to be partitioned, in general our findings related to exercise/sports, lifestyle, and walking portions of the PASE are consonant with other physical activity studies in adults including persons with arthritis 14, 2629, 40. The weak relationship between walking outdoors and good performance outcomes may be related to the aggregation of various walking intensities within the single posed PASE walking question.…”
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“…Successful physical activity programs for older adults require some elements of fun and enjoyment, and need to encompass novel approaches to spark older individual's interest in participation (Alpert et al, 2009;Heath & Stuart, 2002;Leaf & Reuben, 1996;Nied & Franklin, 2002;Ross & Teasdale, 2005). For example, the new technology of exercise gaming (EG) may offer a potential enjoyable means to overcome barriers to participation in physical activity in older adults.…”
Section: Physical Activity Barriers In Older Adultsmentioning
“…Enjoying the activity is reported as a strong reason for continuing a physical activity program (Leaf & Reuben, 1996;Nied & Franklin, 2002;Ross & Teasdale, 2005).…”
Section: Applications and Usefulness Of Exercise Gaming As An Exercismentioning