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Adherence of heart failure patients to exercise: barriers and possible solutions A position statement of the Study Group on Exercise Training in Heart Failure of the Heart Failure Association of the European Society of Cardiology

Adherence to exercise in later life: how can exercise on prescription programmes be made more effective?

A Token Economy for Exercise Adherence in Pediatric Cystic Fibrosis: A Single-Subject Analysis

Adherence to physical exercise recommendations in people over 65—The SNAC-Kungsholmen study

Multiple Levels of Influence on Older Adults’ Attendance and Adherence to Community Exercise Classes

Older Women's Feelings About Exercise and Their Adherence to an Aerobic Regimen Over Time

The Effect of Instrumental and Vocal Music on Adherence to a Physical Rehabilitation Exercise Program with Persons who are Elderly

46DOES ADHERENCE TO FALLS PREVENTION EXERCISE PROGRAMMES BENEFIT BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN OLDER PEOPLE? THE PROACT65+ BONE STUDY

Diet and exercise intervention in a general population—mediators of participation and adherence: the Inter99 study

The role of collective efficacy in exercise adherence: a qualitative study of spousal support and Type 2 diabetes management

Predictors of long‐term adherence to pelvic floor muscle exercise therapy among women with urinary incontinence

Attempts to Reach the Oldest and Frailest: Recruitment, Adherence, and Retention of Urban Elderly Persons to a Falls Reduction Exercise Program

Corrigendum to ‘Adherence of heart failure patients to exercise: barriers and possible solutions. A position statement of the Study Group on Exercise Training in Heart Failure of the Heart Failure Association of the European Society of Cardiology’ [Eur J Heart Fail 2012;14:451–458]

 

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Maintenance of an active involvement in physical exercise. Those with strong exercise adherence continue participating in physical activity despite opportunities and pressures to withdraw.

Subjects: Sport and Leisure — Medicine and Health.


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