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Frontiers in Sport Research, 2023, 5(1); doi: 10.25236/FSR.2023.050106.

Study on the Influence of Remote Exercise Intervention on Different Diseases from the Perspective of Modern Network Technology


Liu Jia, Zhang Yanqiu, Li Lu, Wang Guanghua

Corresponding Author:
Zhang Yanqiu

School of Physical Education, Xi'an Petroleum University, Xi’an, Shaanxi, China


The increasing popularity of low-cost Internet and communication technology has increased the opportunity for patients with different diseases to choose their own sports programs based on technology-based solutions. This method of remote guidance and monitoring of exercise can ensure that patients better adhere to and monitor exercise, so as to achieve better intervention effect on disease; At the same time, it can provide patients with a customized exercise program. Although it has expanded the application of tele-motion intervention in the field of medical care, it also makes tele-motion intervention face new opportunities and challenges. The purpose of this paper is to study the effects of tele-motion intervention in different diseases, explore the feasibility and limitations of such programs, and accumulate experience and useful reference for the promotion of tele-motion intervention model in China.


Remote exercise; Diabetes; Parkinson; Heart failure

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Liu Jia, Zhang Yanqiu, Li Lu, Wang Guanghua. Study on the Influence of Remote Exercise Intervention on Different Diseases from the Perspective of Modern Network Technology. Frontiers in Sport Research (2023) Vol. 5, Issue 1: 28-31. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSR.2023.050106.


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