There is growing interest in promoting health for people with disabilities, yet evidence regarding community-based interventions is sparse. This paper describes the design details of a randomized controlled trial (RCT) that will test the effectiveness of a multi-component behaviorally based, intervention to promote exercise adoption (over 6 months) and maintenance (up to one year) among wheelchair users and includes descriptive data on participant characteristics at baseline. Participants were randomly assigned to either a staff-supported intervention group or a self-guided comparison group. The primary study aim is to assess the effectiveness of the multi-component behaviorally based intervention for promoting physical activity adoption and maintenance. The RCT will also assess the physical and psychosocial effects of the intervention and the complex interplay of factors that influence the effectiveness of the intervention. Therefore, the primary outcome derives from participant repo
|Journal||Contemporary Clinical Trials|
|State||Published - 2012|
Froehlich-Grobe, K., Aaronson, L. S., Washburn, R. A., Little, T., Lee, J. H., Nary, D. E., Sciver, A. V., Nesbitt, J., & Norman, S. E. (2012). An exercise trial for wheelchair users: Project Workout On Wheels. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 351-363.