2016
DOI: 10.15282/mohe.v5i2.115
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Abstract: Objective: The present study investigates the acceptability of a novel ubiquitous social goalsharing intervention aimed at promoting physical activity (PA) in schoolchildren. Methods: Thirty children (18 boys; 10.1±0.3 years; 1.39±0.06 m; 19.85±4.03 kg•m -2 ) were randomly assigned to ten groups and outfitted with Fitbit monitors. Video-clips describing mission-based activities were shown on iPads each week, for four consecutive weeks. An LED lighting-strip provided visual feedback on daily group PA levels. Th…

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