Neue Publikation zu MoVo work

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Die randomisiert kontrollierte Studie von Krebs et al. 2019 untersucht, ob das betriebliche Gruppenprogramm zur Förderung von Sportaktivität “MoVo work”, welches praktische Sporteinheiten und psychologisches Coaching enthält, wirksamer ist, als ein praktisches Sportprogramm allein. Schauen Sie sich für einen Überblick der Studie das Abstract an:

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Background:This study investigates whether a worksite physical activity (PA)promotion program consisting of both a“practical”PA component and a“theoreti-cal”(psychological) coaching component (PA+C) is more effective than the same“practical”PA component alone.Methods:N=213 employees were assigned totwo groups by cluster-randomisation: one group received the“MoVo-work”pro-gram including a PA component and a coaching component (PA+C group). Theother group received only the PA component (PA group). Assessment of PA andhealth was conducted atfive time points.Results:Six weeks after program com-pletion the percentage of physically active participants was significantly higher inthe PA+C group compared to the PA group (68% vs. 45%;p=.01). At 12-monthfollow-up, the PA+C group showed a higher percentage of physically active partic-ipants and a better health status than the PA group on the descriptive level, butthese differences did not reach statistical significance.Conclusions:Results sug-gest that a PA promotion program including a psychological coaching componentis more effective in evoking behavior change than a practical PA program alone.However, booster interventions are required to maintain the additional effects.

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Für mehr Info zu der randomisiert kontrollierten Studie von Krebs et al. (2019) schauen Sie sich den Artikel genauer an:

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Krebs, S., Baaken, A., Wurst, R., Goehner, W., & Fuchs, R. (2019). Effects of a Worksite Group Intervention to Promote Physical Activity and Health: The Role of Psychological Coaching. Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being, 11(3), 584-605.

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