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Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) Exergaming in Adults With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

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Resource Type

  1. Parallel group study


  1. Intervention
    Dance Dance Revolution (DDR)
  2. Intervention
  3. Resource Description
    "This study is a randomized, controlled trial of a 3-month ad libitum program of the "exergame" "Dance Dance Revolution" (DDR) versus traditional treadmill exercise. Each group of subjects will be assessed at baseline, and then assigned exclusively to one of the two exercise modalities. Subjects will be free to attend exercise sessions in their assigned exercise modality at the exercise facility, at a frequency, duration and intensity of their own choosing with minimal staff supervision, for a period of exactly 90 days; adoption of new exercise programs outside of the study will be prohibited. Dosages of any concurrent medications will be maintained constant, and all subjects will receive standardized nutrition counseling."
  4. Contact
  5. PI
    Hsia, Stanley, M.D., F.A.C.E.
  6. Topic
    diabetes mellitus
  7. Study Population
    160 overweight adults with type 2 diabetes
  8. Performed by
    Exercise Physiology Laboratory
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  2. contributor
    efleming (Erik Fleming)
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    efleming (Erik Fleming)
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