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Table 3 Exercise program for participants in connected behavioral and active control conditions

From: Design of the WHIP-PD study: a phase II, twelve-month, dual-site, randomized controlled trial evaluating the effects of a cognitive-behavioral approach for promoting enhanced walking activity using mobile health technology in people with Parkinson-disease

Level 0Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4
Stretch: HamstringSquat: Sit to StandSquat: Partial SquatSquat: Full SquatSquat: Single Leg Squat
Stretch: Hip FlexorLunge: Reverse Lunge (with support)Lunge: Reverse Lunge (no support)Lunge: Walking LungesLunge: Walking Lunges (with arms)
Stretch: Supine Trunk RotationLateral Hip Strength: Side Leg Lifts (with support)Lateral Hip Strength: Side Leg Lifts (no support)Lateral Hip Strength: Lateral LungeLateral Hip Strength: Step Back Cross Lunge
Stretch: CalfHeel Raise: Both Legs (with support)Heel Raise: One Leg (with support)Heel Raise: Both Legs (no support)Heel Raise: One Leg (no support)
Step-Ups: Alternating Foot TapsStep-Ups: One Foot Step-UpStep-Ups: Both Feet Step-UpStep-Ups: Step-Up with Knee Lift
Bridge: Bridge (hands on floor)Bridge: Bridge (arms elevated)Bridge: Bridge with Single Leg ExtensionBridge: Single Leg Bridge
Push-Up: Wall Push-UpPush-Up: Counter Push-UpPush-Up: Modified Push-UpPush-Up: Standard Push-Up
Multidirectional Stepping: Front/Side StepsMultidirectional Stepping: Front/Side Floor TapsMultidirectional Stepping: Front/Side/Cross Cup TapsMultidirectional Stepping: Full Circle Cup Taps