Background: African American women are one of the least active demographic groups in the US, with only 36% meeting the national physical activity recommendations in comparison to 46% of White women. Physical activity begins to decline in African American women in adolescence and continues to decline into young adulthood.
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Joseph, R. P., Dutton, G. R., Cherrington, A., Fontaine, K., Baskin, M., Casazza, K., . . . Durant, N. H. (2015). Feasibility, acceptability, and characteristics associated with adherence and completion of a culturally relevant internet-enhanced physical activity pilot intervention for overweight and obese young adult African American women enrolled in college. BMC Research Notes, 8(1). doi:10.1186/s13104-015-1159-z