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Process Evaluation of Project FFAB (Fun Fast Activity Blasts): A Multi-Activity School-Based High-Intensity Interval Training Intervention (2021)
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Weston, K. L., Innerd, A., Azevedo, L. B., Bock, S., & Batterham, A. M. (2021). Process Evaluation of Project FFAB (Fun Fast Activity Blasts): A Multi-Activity School-Based High-Intensity Interval Training Intervention. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living, 3, Article 737900. https://doi.org/10.3389/fspor.2021.737900

Introduction: Over the last decade, research into the impact of school-based high-intensity interval training (HIIT) on young people's health has markedly increased. Despite this, most authors have focused on the outcomes of their intervention, rathe... Read More about Process Evaluation of Project FFAB (Fun Fast Activity Blasts): A Multi-Activity School-Based High-Intensity Interval Training Intervention.

Effect of novel, school-based high-intensity interval training (HIT) on cardiometabolic health in adolescents: Project FFAB (Fun Fast Activity Blasts) - an exploratory controlled before-and-after-trial (2016)
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Weston, K., Azevedo, L., Bock, S., Weston, M., George, K., & Batterham, A. (2016). Effect of novel, school-based high-intensity interval training (HIT) on cardiometabolic health in adolescents: Project FFAB (Fun Fast Activity Blasts) - an exploratory controlled before-and-after-trial. PLoS ONE, 11(8), Article e0159116. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0159116

Background Low-volume high-intensity interval training holds promise for cardiometabolic health promotion in adolescents, but sustainable interventions must be practical and engaging. We examined the effect of a school-based multi-activity low-volume... Read More about Effect of novel, school-based high-intensity interval training (HIT) on cardiometabolic health in adolescents: Project FFAB (Fun Fast Activity Blasts) - an exploratory controlled before-and-after-trial.

Clustered randomised controlled trial of two education interventions designed to increase physical activity and well-being of secondary school students: The MOVE Project (2016)
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Tymms, P., Curtis, S. E., Routen, A. C., Thomson, K. H., Bolden, D. S., Bock, S., …Kasim Adetayo, S. (2016). Clustered randomised controlled trial of two education interventions designed to increase physical activity and well-being of secondary school students: The MOVE Project. BMJ Open, 6(1), Article e009318. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009318

Objective: To assess the effectiveness of two interventions in improving the physical activity and wellbeing of secondary school children. Design: A clustered randomised controlled trial; classes, one per school, were assigned to one of three interve... Read More about Clustered randomised controlled trial of two education interventions designed to increase physical activity and well-being of secondary school students: The MOVE Project.

Assessment of low to moderate intensity physical activity thermo-genesis in young adults using synchronised heart rate and accelerometry with branched-equation modelling. (2006)
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Thompson, D., Batterham, A., Bock, S., Stokes, K., & Robson, C. (2006). Assessment of low to moderate intensity physical activity thermo-genesis in young adults using synchronised heart rate and accelerometry with branched-equation modelling. The Journal of Nutrition, 136(4), 1037-1042. https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/136.4.1037

Low-to-moderate intensity physical activity thermogenesis is a highly variable and quantitatively important component of total energy expenditure that is difficult to assess outside the laboratory. Greater precision and accuracy in the measurement of... Read More about Assessment of low to moderate intensity physical activity thermo-genesis in young adults using synchronised heart rate and accelerometry with branched-equation modelling..