Digital Tech to increase PA

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Presented by Ernie Medina, Jr. DrPH at the Movement & Learning Conf., hosted by La Sierra Univ, July 28, 2011

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Digital Tech to increase PA

  1. 1. USING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY TO PROMOTEPHYSICAL ACTIVITY Ernie Medina, Jr., DrPH, CHFSMovement & Learning, Thursday, July 28, 2011 http://tinyurl.com/DigitalTechPA
  2. 2. Intro  Education   Andrews University, ‘89   Loma Linda University ‘93  Professional hats   Beaver Medical Group – Prev. Care Specialist   Loma Linda University – Assistant Clinical Prof.   MedPlay Technologies – CEO/Co-founder   Shinobi Labs– Co-founder
  3. 3. Overview  The need  PA Rx  Categories of tools  Resources
  4. 4. Mission Inn Half Marathon, Nov. 14, 2010Team Medina in action!
  5. 5. “Noooo, it’s ascary worldout there!”
  6. 6. “I’d ratherstay herein bed.”
  7. 7. Our kids’ lives are at stake!
  8. 8. Being a couchpotato can kill you! (And it’s not the carbs…)
  9. 9. Worst risk factor? Sedentarianism Hypokinetic Dz
  10. 10. October, 2008 Rear Admiral Penelope Royallhttp://www.health.gov/paguidelines/
  11. 11. Know benefits, yet 56.5 % aren’t doing! 81.6% kids (81.8% of adults) 18.4 % kids did meet 60” daily Hypokinetic disease is deadly!!! Source: Healthy People 2020; National YRBS 1991-2009
  12. 12. Hans Kraus, MD 1960
  13. 13. Why bephysicallyactive?
  14. 14. Benefits of PA well-known
  15. 15. Rx forphysical activity
  16. 16. Aerobic - Kids60 minutes daily
  17. 17. Aerobic - Adults150 minutes per weekmoderate intensity
  18. 18. Strength training - Kids3 days per week
  19. 19. AnaerobicAdults/Older adultsStrength training2 days per week
  20. 20. Do something!Daily10 minute blocks
  21. 21. Move more!
  22. 22. Build it into your work day
  23. 23. Highly allergic to sedentarianism-causing agents!
  24. 24. Traditional gadgets
  25. 25. CES 2011
  26. 26. Shellie PfohlExec. Dir.Presidents Council onFitness, Sports, &Nutrition Ernie@MedPlayTech.com
  27. 27. http://tinyurl.com/WSJShapeUpApps
  28. 28. http://tinyurl.com/QSelfAppList
  29. 29. Why use digital tools?
  30. 30. The Interface to Healthcare is Broken  Dr. visits <20 minutes  20+ icons on desktops in hospitals “Information as  Text based information abounds displayed in  Lack of standards in all healthcare is slow, information design let alone actual practices lacks design &  ESL, Youth, Elderly communication impact, anti-patient, issues anti-engaging”  Wellness / self-directed care not linked or monitored - Ben Sawyer Games for Health  Health reform
  31. 31. http://www.continuaalliance.org
  32. 32.  monitoring Future ofhealthcare?  Improved outcomes  Improved use of resource
  33. 33. Source: Ellen LaPointeHopeLab | Vice President, Strategic Partnershipswww.hopelab.org
  34. 34. Top 5 Excuses  Too expensive  Too painful  Special Limitations  It’s boring  No time
  35. 35. Categories  Mobile gadgets   Assessment tool   Accelerometers   SSD Controller   GPS   Exergaming  Web-based   Resources   Live coaching   Virtual trainer   Competition
  36. 36. Mobile Gadgets
  37. 37. Mobile Web – New Data Business Models43 43 43  
  38. 38. Problem: Walking is BoringAmerican’s Aren’t Exercising According to the CDC, 65% of Americans 18-years and older do not have regular leisure-time activity1.Top barriers to exercise2:   Motivation   Boredom / Not enjoyable   Lack of encouragement, support and companionship 1www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/series/sr_10/sr10_249.pdf 2www.cdc.gov/physicalactivity/everyone/getactive /barriers.html
  39. 39. www.mobileAdventureWalks.com
  40. 40. Solution: Mobile Game Watch Videos Solve Clues Answer Q’s Earn Points Next Location !
  41. 41. Future Version•  Player generated walks•  Friends•  Stats•  Challenges
  42. 42. Why it Will Help your ClientsMotivational   Dynamic walks create a different experience   Easy to attract and include family   Accumulate in-game pointsFun   Feels like an adventure   Player-generated routes to choose fromSocial   You’ll be able to connect with clients and create a community
  43. 43. How to Get Started  Get notified when it’s available, sign up for mailing list at: www.MobileAdventureWalks.com  Get involved: Email Fun@MobileAdventureWalks.com to find out how to create your own Adventure Walk
  44. 44. Mobile Adventure Walks Movie http://tinyurl.com/mAdvWalk
  45. 45. Accelerometers
  46. 46. Web-based Tools Tracking
  47. 47. www.fitday.com www.dailyburn.comwww.sparkpeople.com www.fitclick.com
  48. 48. Client A Client B Client C Client D
  49. 49. Client AClient BClient C
  50. 50. www.HelpYouGetStarted.com
  51. 51. www.HelpYouGetStarted.com
  52. 52. Assessment Tools
  53. 53. THE BODY CONDITIONEROverview
  54. 54. THE BODY CONDITIONER
  55. 55. THE BODY CONDITIONER
  56. 56. SSD  COMPANY  LIMITED  For  more  informa8on  email:   pnewman@shinsedai.co.jp    
  57. 57. Exergaming/Active Gaming
  58. 58. Screen-based
  59. 59. Ernie@MedPlayTech.com Non-screen based
  60. 60. Loma Linda University Drayson Center XRtainment Zone Special needs Athletic training Senior physical, cognitive, Rehab & social fitness
  61. 61. We need more evidence-based research!
  62. 62. Next generation controllers Sony’s Move Sept. 19, 2010 $99.00Microsoft’s KinectNov., 2010, $150
  63. 63. Digital Tools Resources
  64. 64. www.dogtra.com
  65. 65. http://exergaming.pbworks.com http://exergamesunlocked.com http://www.Exergamefitness.comhttp://exergamingevangelist.blogspot.com
  66. 66. http://www.pesoftware.com/
  67. 67. http://physicalactivityevangelist.blogspot.com/
  68. 68. Thank you! ernie@medplaytech.com C: 909-747-5935
  69. 69. Audience Participation: Share your ideas!

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