Feasibility of a minimal contact intervention to promote walking among insufficiently active women

A research paper on a six week minimal contact intervention on walking behaviour. This study used a pre-experimental design. Of the 43 women who began the study, 36 (84%) completed questionnaires at baseline and postintervention. They were given brochures and pedometers and were sent e-mails that contained messages designed to positively affect TTM constructs.
Mary Dinger,Kristiann Heesch,Kristi McClary
American Journal of Health Promotion Inc
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