10.000 Stappen

Rond 10.000 stappen werden zowel in binnen – en buitenland reeds uitvoerig onderzoek gevoerd. Verder zijn er nog interessante referentie van pedometer – of stappentellerstudies en theoretische modellen die ervan uitgaan dat beweging bij volwassenen niet alleen wordt bepaald door demografische en psychosociale factoren, maar ook door omgevingsfactoren. Op basis van voorgaand onderzoek en de pilootstudie in Gent werd ‘10.000 stappen Vlaanderen’ op poten gezet. Dit werd mede verwezenlijkt dankzij het doctoraat van Katrien Decocker, Universiteit Gent!

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Binnenland

  1. De Cocker, K., Cardon G. De Bourdheaudhuij, I. (2007). Pedometer-determined physical activity and its comparison with the International Physical Activity Questionnaire in a sample of Belgian adults. Research Quarterly for Exercise an Sport
  2. De Cocker K, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brown W, Cardon G; Effects of “10,000 steps Ghent”. A whole-community intervention, American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2007, 33(6):455-463
  3. De Cocker K, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Cardon G; The effect of a pedometer-based workplace physical activity intervention, Health Education Research (in revision)
  4. De Cocker K, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Cardon G ; The effect of pedometer use in combination with cognitive and behavioural support materials to promote physical activity; Patient Education and Counseling 2008, 70(2): 209-214
  5. De Cocker K, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brown W, Cardon G ; The effect of a pedometer-based physical activity intervention on sitting time; Preventive Medicine 2007, 47(2): 179-181
  6. De Cocker K, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brown W, Cardon G; Moderators and mediators of pedometer use and step count increase in the “10,000 steps Ghent” intervention; International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and physical activity, in press

Buitenland

  1. Onderzoek van Dr. Hatano
  2. 10.000 steps Rockhampton (Australië)
  3. Stappenladder: Tudor-Locke C. , revisiting "how many steps are enough", Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2008 Jul;40(7 Suppl):S537-43.

Stappentellerstudies

  1. De Cocker, K. Cardon, G. De Bourdeaudhuij, I. (2006). Validity of the inexpensive Stepping Meter in counting steps in free living conditions: a pilot study. Britisch Journal of Sports Medicine 40 (8): 714-716
  2. Betrouwbare stappentellers
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Theorieën en modellen

  1. Sallis J. et al., AN ECOLOGICAL APPROACH TO CREATING ACTIVE LIVING COMMUNITIES, Annu. Rev. Public Health 2006. 27:297–322
  2. De Bourdeaudhuiji, I. Sallis J., Saelens, B. (2003). Environmental correlates of physical activity in a sample of Belgian adults. American Journal of Health Promotion, 18, 83-92.
  3. De Bourdeaudhuij, I. Teixeira, P. Cardon, G. Deforche, B. (2005). Environmental and psychoscocial correlates of physcial activity in Portugese and Belgian adults. Public Health Nutrition, 8, 886-895.