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Table 1 Description of the movement coaching intervention

From: Movement coaching: study protocol of a randomized controlled trial evaluating effects on physical activity and participation in low back pain patients

Intervention measure Main objectives
Face-to-face contact
Movement Coaching I (inpatient; week 2) Motivation
Perceived consequences of PA behavior: Health-related risk perception
Self-efficacy beliefs
Planning individual physical activity after rehabilitation I
Movement Coaching II (inpatient; week 3) Planning individual physical activity after rehabilitation II Self-efficacy beliefs
Barriers and solution strategies
Networking; places to be physically active at home
Telephone aftercare
Telephone aftercare I (week 8 after inpatient rehabilitation) Establishing a solid relationship of trust
Current PA behavior of the patient
Barriers and facilitators to transfer physical activity plans in daily living
Further planning in PA activities
Telephone aftercare II (week 12 after inpatient rehabilitation) Current PA behavior of the patient
Barriers and facilitators to transfer physical activity plans in daily living
Further planning in PA activities
Internet based aftercare  
Web 2.0 platform (until 12 months after inpatient rehabilitation) Target group specific information on PA and LBP
Communication platform