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Conduct Fitness & Performance Trials

Weekend enthusiast, professional athlete or body hacker. Track your performance and determine what works to improve & optimize.

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Start With a Template to Conduct Fitness & Performance Trials

Templates are nearly completed study designs where you fill in the blanks and tailor for your own research study. 

Blank Randomized Controlled Trial

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This study template demonstrates a simple participant experience. It’s not meant to ever launch but will give you a good idea of how a study design turns into a participant experience. Once you’ve launched this template, click “Preview.” A new screen will open showing a…

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participant experience demo

Participant Experience Demonstration

This study template demonstrates a simple participant experience. It’s not meant to ever launch but will give you a good idea of how a study design turns into a participant experience. Once you’ve launched this template, click “Preview.” A new screen will open showing a…

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Study Tasks to Conduct Fitness & Performance Trials

Study tasks are the basic building blocks of all ProofPilot studies. Every study is made up of a series of tasks tied together with rules and organized into study arms. 

Body image quality of life

An assessment that quantifies the effects of one’s body image on various self-experiences and life contexts.

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General Practice Physical Activity Questionnaire

This is not standardized questionnaire used by National Health Service in England for screening individual physical activity in common life.

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Credibility of fitness information sources

Credibility of fitness Information Sources

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