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Change in Physical Activity During a Weight Management Intervention for Breast Cancer Survivors: Association with Weight Outcomes

Objective The study examined the effects of a group-phone based weight management intervention on change in physical activity as measured via accelerometer and self-report in rural breast cancer survivors. The study also evaluated the role of physical activity on clinically meaningful cut-points for... Full description

Journal Title: Obesity November 2017, Vol.25, pp.S109-S115
Main Author: Fazzino, Tera L.
Other Authors: Fabian, Carol , Befort, Christie A.
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ID: ISSN: 1930-7381 ; E-ISSN: 1930-739X ; DOI: 10.1002/oby.22007
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title: Change in Physical Activity During a Weight Management Intervention for Breast Cancer Survivors: Association with Weight Outcomes
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  • Fazzino, Tera L.
  • Fabian, Carol
  • Befort, Christie A.
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  • Obesity
  • Breast Cancer
  • Weight Loss
  • Weight Maintenance
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description: Objective The study examined the effects of a group-phone based weight management intervention on change in physical activity as measured via accelerometer and self-report in rural breast cancer survivors. The study also evaluated the role of physical activity on clinically meaningful cut-points for weight loss (baseline to 6 months) and weight loss maintenance (6 to 18 months). Methods Participants were breast cancer survivors in a weight management intervention who provided valid weight and accelerometer data (N=142). We categorized participants into four groups based on weight loss ≥10% and weight regain ≥5% at 18 months. Results Accelerometer-measured moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) significantly increased from baseline to 6 months (+46.9 minutes). MVPA declined during maintenance; however remained significantly greater than baseline. Self-reported MVPA followed a similar pattern as accelerometer MVPA, but estimates were significantly higher. Participants in the high loss, low regain group had significantly higher MVPA at all points. Conclusions A distance-based weight management intervention for survivors improved physical activity outcomes over 18 months. Self-reported physical activity was substantially higher than accelerometer-measured. Findings highlight the importance of device-based measurement for characterizing the magnitude of physical activity change, as well as the role of physical activity in weight management outcomes.
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