A. S. Go, D. Mozaffarian, V. L. Roger, E. J. Benjamin, J. D. Berry et al., Heart disease and stroke statistics-2014 update: a report from the, American Heart Association. Circulation, vol.129, issue.3, pp.28-292, 2014.

R. V. Krishnamurthi, V. L. Feigin, M. H. Forouzanfar, G. A. Mensah, M. Connor et al., Global and regional burden of first-ever ischaemic and haemorrhagic stroke during 1990-2010: findings from the Global Burden of Disease Study, Lancet Glob Health, vol.1, pp.259-81, 2010.

G. E. Francisco and J. R. Mcguire, Poststroke spasticity management, Stroke, vol.43, pp.3132-3138, 2012.

D. K. Sommerfeld, E. Eek, A. Svensson, L. W. Holmqvist, and M. H. Von-arbin, Spasticity after stroke its occurrence and association with motor impairments and activity limitations, Stroke, vol.35, pp.134-143, 2004.

C. English, P. J. Manns, C. Tucak, and J. Bernhardt, Physical activity and sedentary behaviors in people with stroke living in the community: a systematic review, Phys Ther, vol.94, pp.185-96, 2014.

C. English, G. N. Healy, A. Coates, L. Lewis, T. Olds et al., Sitting and activity time in people with stroke, Phys Ther, vol.96, pp.193-201, 2016.

S. A. Billinger, R. Arena, J. Bernhardt, J. J. Eng, B. A. Franklin et al., Physical activity and exercise recommendations for stroke survivors. A statement for healthcare professionals from the American Heart Association/ American Stroke Association, Stroke, 2014.

W. N. Kernan, B. Ovbiagele, H. R. Black, D. M. Bravata, M. I. Chimowitz et al., Guidelines for the prevention of stroke in patients with stroke and transient ischemic attack. A Guideline for healthcare professionals from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, Stroke, vol.45, pp.2160-236, 2014.

K. Takatori, D. Matsumoto, Y. Okada, J. Nakamura, and K. Shomoto, Effect of intensive rehabilitation on physical function and arterial function in community-dwelling chronic stroke survivors, Top Stroke Rehabil, vol.19, pp.377-83, 2012.

F. M. Ivey, A. S. Ryan, C. E. Hafer-macko, A. P. Goldberg, and R. F. Macko, Treadmill aerobic training improves glucose tolerance and indices of insulin sensitivity in disabled stroke survivors: a preliminary report, Stroke J Cereb Circ, vol.38, pp.2752-2760, 2007.

W. L. Haskell, I. Lee, R. R. Pate, K. E. Powell, S. N. Blair et al., Physical activity and public health: updated recommendation for adults from the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Heart Association, Med Sci Sports Exerc, vol.39, pp.1423-1457, 2007.

V. Block, E. Pitsch, P. Tahir, B. Cree, D. D. Allen et al., Remote physical activity monitoring in neurological disease: a systematic review, PloS One, vol.11, p.154335, 2016.

M. J. Field, N. Gebruers, S. Sundaram, T. Nicholson, S. Mead et al., Physical activity after stroke: a systematic review and meta-analysis, physical activity after stroke: a systematic review and meta-analysis, Int Sch Res Not Int Sch Res Not, p.464176, 2013.

N. Gebruers, C. Vanroy, S. Truijen, S. Engelborghs, D. Deyn et al., Monitoring of physical activity after stroke: a systematic review of accelerometry-based measures, Arch Phys Med Rehabil, vol.91, pp.288-97, 2010.

D. Rand, J. J. Eng, P. Tang, J. Jeng, and C. Hung, How active are people with stroke?: use of accelerometers to assess physical activity, Stroke J Cereb Circ, vol.40, pp.163-171, 2009.

C. Vanroy, D. Vissers, Y. Vanlandewijck, H. Feys, S. Truijen et al., Physical activity in chronic home-living and sub-acute hospitalized stroke patients using objective and self-reported measures, Top Stroke Rehabil, vol.0, pp.1-8, 2016.

F. Manfredini, F. Conconi, A. M. Malagoni, R. Manfredini, N. Basaglia et al., Training guided by pain threshold speed. Effects of a home-based program on claudication, Int Angiol J Int Union Angiol, vol.23, pp.379-87, 2004.

J. Lin, C. Hsieh, S. K. Lo, H. Chai, and L. Liao, Preliminary study of the effect of low-intensity home-based physical therapy in chronic stroke patients, Kaohsiung J Med Sci, vol.20, pp.18-23, 2004.

A. Touillet, H. Guesdon, G. Bosser, J. Beis, and J. Paysant, Assessment of compliance with prescribed activity by hemiplegic stroke patients after an exercise programme and physical activity education, Ann Phys Rehabil Med, vol.53, pp.250-257, 2010.

S. Studenski, P. W. Duncan, S. Perera, D. Reker, S. M. Lai et al., Daily functioning and quality of life in a randomized controlled trial of therapeutic exercise for subacute stroke survivors, Stroke, vol.36, pp.1764-70, 2005.

P. Duncan, S. Studenski, L. Richards, S. Gollub, S. M. Lai et al., Randomized clinical trial of therapeutic exercise in subacute stroke, Stroke J Cereb Circ, vol.34, pp.2173-80, 2003.

J. Daviet, I. Bonan, J. M. Caire, F. Colle, L. Damamme et al., Therapeutic patient education for stroke survivors: Non-pharmacological management. A literature review, Ann Phys Rehabil Med, vol.55, pp.641-56, 2012.
DOI : 10.1016/j.rehab.2012.08.011

URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00735515

A. Dunn, D. L. Marsden, E. Nugent, V. Vliet, P. Spratt et al., Protocol variations and Six-Minute Walk Test Performance in stroke survivors: a systematic review with meta-analysis, Stroke Res. Treat, 2015.
DOI : 10.1155/2015/484813

URL : http://downloads.hindawi.com/journals/srt/2015/484813.pdf

T. D. Da-silva, R. D. Raimundo, C. Ferreira, C. Torriani-pasin, C. B. Monteiro et al., Comparison between the six-minute walk test and the six-minute step test in post stroke patients, Int Arch Med, vol.6, p.31, 2013.

A. Statement, Guidelines for the Six-Minute Walk Test, Am J Respir Crit Care Med, vol.166, pp.111-118, 2002.

G. D. Fulk, Y. He, P. Boyne, and K. Dunning, Predicting Home and Community Walking Activity Post-Stroke, Stroke, vol.48, pp.1-6, 2017.
DOI : 10.1161/strokeaha.116.015309

URL : https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/pdf/10.1161/STROKEAHA.116.015309

G. Borg, Borg's Perceived exertion and pain scales, Human Kinetics, vol.1, pp.39-43, 1998.

P. J. Dorman, F. Waddell, J. Slattery, M. Dennis, and P. Sandercock, Is the EuroQol a valid measure of health-related quality of life after stroke?, Stroke J Cereb Circ, vol.28, pp.1876-82, 1997.

P. J. Dorman, F. Waddell, J. Slattery, M. Dennis, and P. Sandercock, Are proxy assessments of health status after stroke with the EuroQol questionnaire feasible, accurate, and unbiased?, Stroke J Cereb Circ, vol.28, pp.1883-1890, 1997.

G. Baron-esquivias and A. Martinez-rubio, Tilt Table Test: state of the art, Indian Pacing Electrophysiol J, vol.3, pp.239-52, 2003.

A. Kamps and K. Schüle, Cyclic movement training of the lower limb in stroke rehabilitation, Neurol Rehabil, vol.11, pp.1-12, 2005.

J. Joubert, C. Reid, D. Barton, T. Cumming, A. Mclean et al., Integrated care improves risk-factor modification after stroke: initial results of the Integrated Care for the Reduction of Secondary Stroke model, J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry, vol.80, pp.279-84, 2009.

S. Calugi, M. Taricco, P. Rucci, S. Fugazzaro, M. Stuart et al., Effectiveness of adaptive physical activity combined with therapeutic patient education in stroke survivors at twelve months: a non-randomized parallel group study, Eur J Phys Rehabil Med, vol.52, pp.72-80, 2016.

A. Malagoni, S. Cavazza, G. Ferraresi, G. Grassi, M. Felissati et al., Effects of a "test in-train out" walking program versus supervised standard rehabilitation in chronic stroke patients: a feasibility and pilot randomized study, Eur J Phys Rehabil Med, vol.52, issue.3, pp.279-87, 2016.

R. Gillespie, Manufacturing Knowledge: A history of the Hawthorne experiments, 1993.

S. Barak, S. S. Wu, Y. Dai, P. W. Duncan, and A. L. Behrman, Locomotor Experience Applied Post-Stroke (LEAPS) Investigative Team. Adherence to accelerometry measurement of community ambulation poststroke, Phys Ther, vol.94, pp.101-111, 2014.

C. Vanroy, D. Vissers, P. Cras, S. Beyne, H. Feys et al., Physical activity monitoring in stroke: SenseWear Pro2 activity accelerometer versus Yamax Digi-Walker SW-200 pedometer, Disabil Rehabil, vol.36, pp.1695-703, 2014.
DOI : 10.3109/09638288.2013.859307