Use of in-home stationary cycling equipment among parents in a family-based randomized trial intervention

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Use of in-home stationary cycling equipment among parents in a family-based randomized trial intervention

The purpose of this study was to examine the use of home exercise equipment in the form of exergame cycling compared to a stationary recumbent bicycle ergometer in front of TV in the home over 3 months among parents of an intervention with their inactive children. The primary outcome was bike use (total weekly duration). Predictors of bike use in the form of theory of planned behavior and self-determination theory were also examined.

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