Published on in Vol 19, No 3 (2017): March

Assessing the Quality of Mobile Exercise Apps Based on the American College of Sports Medicine Guidelines: A Reliable and Valid Scoring Instrument

Assessing the Quality of Mobile Exercise Apps Based on the American College of Sports Medicine Guidelines: A Reliable and Valid Scoring Instrument

Assessing the Quality of Mobile Exercise Apps Based on the American College of Sports Medicine Guidelines: A Reliable and Valid Scoring Instrument

Journals

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  8. Modave F, Guo Y, Bian J, Gurka M, Parish A, Smith M, Lee A, Buford T. Mobile Device Accuracy for Step Counting Across Age Groups. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(6):e88 View
  9. Wang H, Liu C, Kilpatrick M, Jim H, McMillan S, Vijayakumar N, McDonald S, Padhya T, Russell J, Vondruska K, Visovsky C. Exergame Grading Scheme: Concept Development and Preliminary Psychometric Evaluations in Cancer Survivors. Rehabilitation Research and Practice 2017;2017:1 View
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  14. Jasiulewicz A, Waśkowski Z. Possibilities of Brand Promotion Through Lifestyle Mobile Sports Applications. Marketing of Scientific and Research Organizations 2020;37(3):1 View
  15. Hensher M, Cooper P, Dona S, Angeles M, Nguyen D, Heynsbergh N, Chatterton M, Peeters A. Scoping review: Development and assessment of evaluation frameworks of mobile health apps for recommendations to consumers. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2021 View
  16. Kariuki J, Gibbs B, Erickson K, Kriska A, Sereika S, Ogutu D, Milton H, Wagner L, Rao N, Peralta R, Bobb J, Bermudez A, Hirshfield S, Goetze T, Burke L. The feasibility and acceptability of a web-based physical activity for the heart (PATH) intervention designed to reduce the risk of heart disease among inactive African Americans: Protocol for a pilot randomized controlled trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2021;104:106380 View