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The home-based exercise intervention group received a booklet on physical exercises, consisted of stretching and aerobic exercises that could be practiced at home (the booklet is available at www.
Third, feedback resulting from exercise testing has been shown to increase adherence to home-based exercises for people attending cardiac rehabilitation programmes (Ewart et al 1983).
9 years to a 12-week, clinic-based supervised exercise program (10 patients), a home-based exercise program (8), or usual care (14).
It is generally accepted that home-based exercise programs are as effective as inpatient rehabilitation after TKA (12,13).
One of the aims of this study was to test whether once a week face-to-face exercise counseling and supervision by an exercise physiologist, and the use of home-based exercise equipment would be sufficient to improve the participants' exercise habits.
7) We aimed to investigate the impact of home-based exercise on the quality of life in women with primary dysmenorrhoea.
The findings demonstrate that this kind of "one-on-one" comprehensive home-based exercise program improves balance in subacute stroke survivors.
19) In contrast, other investigators have found no differences in efficacy when comparing clinic with home-based exercise interventions for knee OA.
Evidence is lacking regarding the effect of home-based exercise programs on lymphedema and QOL of breast cancer patients.
A recent Cochrane systematic literature review concluded that, based on the observed results, an individual home-based exercise or supervised exercise program is better than no intervention, that supervised group physical therapy is better than home exercises, and that combined in patient spondyloarthritis-exercise therapy followed by group physical therapy is better than no group physical therapy alone.