Pedometers role in increasing adherence to physical activity in older people

Claire Fitzsimons

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Abstract

This examines the pedometers role in increasing adherence to physical activity in older people.

Conference

ConferencePhysical Activity and Health Group Dept SCA
CityGlasgow, UK
Period1/01/09 → …

Keywords

  • pedometers
  • physical activity
  • older people

Cite this

Fitzsimons, C. (2008). Pedometers role in increasing adherence to physical activity in older people. Physical Activity and Health Group Dept SCA, Glasgow, UK, .
Fitzsimons, Claire. / Pedometers role in increasing adherence to physical activity in older people. Physical Activity and Health Group Dept SCA, Glasgow, UK, .
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Pedometers role in increasing adherence to physical activity in older people. / Fitzsimons, Claire.

2008. Physical Activity and Health Group Dept SCA, Glasgow, UK, .

Research output: Contribution to conferenceOther

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Fitzsimons C. Pedometers role in increasing adherence to physical activity in older people. 2008. Physical Activity and Health Group Dept SCA, Glasgow, UK, .