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The goal of this study is to determine how a structured and supervised physical activity program linked to Dragon Boat practice can improve motivation to participate in physical activity sessions. It is also the purpose of this study to evaluate the improvement in body composition, body image perception and physical function. For this purpose, a group of women operated on for breast cancer was recruited and divided into two experimental groups: one group participated in a structured program of Dragon Boat while the other followed a home-based program of exercises independently in the home environment. Anthropometric measures (weight, height, BMI) and arm circumference, data on lifestyle and psychological well-being were evaluated by means of questionnaires. Tests were also performed to assess shoulder strength, aerobic capacity and mobility. The results of this study will (a) identify the strategies used that make Dragon Boat activity effective in ensuring quality participation in physical activity, (b) define the physiological effects of Dragon Boat activity on physical functionality and (c) correlating objective measures with subjective perceptions thanks to the integration of new body composition analysis techniques (regional BIA) and validated questionnaires on the perception of body image.


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NCT number NCT05206526
Study type Interventional
Source University of Padova
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Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date May 15, 2021
Completion date September 30, 2021

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