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Activité physique à domicile pour les seniors : revue de la question et proposition d’une pratique optimisée

Abstract : Physiological and functional alterations caused by aging can lead to a loss of autonomy for daily living activities. In order to prevent these deleterious effects, it is recommended to practice physical activity regularly. Because exercise is not always accessible to older adults, this review reports the state of the art in home-based training research. It appeared that without supervision, physical training effects are lower or even non-existent compared to traditional exercise. It is also associated with high drop-out rates Semi-supervised home-based training could lead to higher health benefits but these benefits remain lower than supervised exercises. Remote contribution by a professional through a videoconferencing system could be an interesting solution that would lower the price and allow better accessibility to exercise training in the aging population. In the second part of this article, we present an optimized solution answering the problems identified in this review. The implementation of this innovating system is promising because of the high adherence, compliance and a level of satisfaction of the participants.
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Lucile Bigot, Antoine Langeard, Sébastien Moussay, Antoine Gauthier, Gaëlle Quarck. Activité physique à domicile pour les seniors : revue de la question et proposition d’une pratique optimisée. Movement & Sport Sciences - Science & Motricité, EDP sciences, 2019, ⟨10.1051/sm/2019003⟩. ⟨hal-02135236⟩

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