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Promoting Physical Activity for Elderly People: Towards a Hybrid Coaching?

Abstract : By using a qualitative method (focus group) with 42 seniors, this exploratory study is aiming to investigate attitudes and opinions of seniors about five types of trainers/coaches (self-training, human personal trainer, robot, virtual immersion, E-coach) to promote physical activity. Our results tend to confirm that a hybrid solution such as an E-coach (combining human appearance and digital dimensions) could be the most relevant and acceptable for elderly people to promote and maintain physical activity at home.
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Jérôme Dinet, Rui Nouchi, Kohei Sakaki, Laurent Dupont, Laure Coudrat, et al.. Promoting Physical Activity for Elderly People: Towards a Hybrid Coaching?. ERGO'IA 2021, Oct 2021, Bidart, France. ⟨hal-03365471⟩

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