Effects of remote feedback in home-based physical activity interventions for older adults: a systema
Objective: To assess the effectiveness of remote feedback on physical activity and capacity in home-based physical activity interventions in older adults with or without medical conditions. Effects on adherence were examined.
Conclusions: Interventions that used frequent, non-frequent or direct remote feedback seemed more effective than treatment as usual and as effective as supervised exercise interventions.
Implications: Practice: The authors stated that remote feedback was a promising strategy in an older population getting increasingly used to modern technology.