Feasibility and preliminary efficacy of a teacher-facilitated high-intensity interval training intervention for older adolescents

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Leahy, Angus A., Eather, Narelle, Smith, Jordan J., Hillman, Charles H., Morgan, Philip J., Plotnikoff, Ronald C., Nilsson, Michael, Costigan, Sarah A., Noetel, Michael and Lubans, David R.. (2019). Feasibility and preliminary efficacy of a teacher-facilitated high-intensity interval training intervention for older adolescents. Pediatric Exercise Science. 31(1), pp. 107 - 117. https://doi.org/10.1123/pes.2018-0039
AuthorsLeahy, Angus A., Eather, Narelle, Smith, Jordan J., Hillman, Charles H., Morgan, Philip J., Plotnikoff, Ronald C., Nilsson, Michael, Costigan, Sarah A., Noetel, Michael and Lubans, David R.
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Purpose: This study was designed to assess the feasibility and preliminary efficacy of a teacher-facilitated high-intensity interval training intervention for older adolescents (ie, 16–18 y). Methods: Two secondary schools from New South Wales, Australia were recruited, and participants (ie, grade 11 students; 16.2 [0.4] y) were randomized at the school level to the Burn 2 Learn intervention (n = 38), or a wait-list control group (n = 30). Teachers were trained to facilitate the delivery of the novel high-intensity interval training program, which involved 3 sessions per week (∼12–20 min) for 14 weeks. A range of process measures were used to assess intervention feasibility (ie, recruitment, retention, attendance, and program satisfaction). Primary (cardiorespiratory fitness, determined using the progressive aerobic cardiovascular endurance run shuttle run test) and secondary outcomes were assessed at baseline and posttest (14-wk). Results: Sixty-eight grade 11 students were recruited at baseline (85% of target sample), 61 participants completed posttest assessments (90% retention) and on average, participants performed 1.9 sessions per week. Overall, teachers (4.0/5) and students (4.0/5) were satisfied with the Burn 2 Learn program. Group by time effects were observed for cardiorespiratory fitness (8.9 laps; 95% confidence intervals, 1.7–16.2) and a selection of secondary outcomes. Conclusion: This study provides evidence for the feasibility and preliminary efficacy of a teacher-facilitated high-intensity interval training intervention for older adolescents.

Keywordsexercise; fitness; health promotion; physical activity; youth
Year2019
JournalPediatric Exercise Science
Journal citation31 (1), pp. 107 - 117
PublisherHuman Kinetics, Inc.
ISSN1543-2920
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1123/pes.2018-0039
Scopus EID2-s2.0-85061987032
Page range107 - 117
Research GroupSports Performance, Recovery, Injury and New Technologies (SPRINT) Research Centre
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