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1 Changes in sitting time and sitting fragmentation 2 after a workplace sedentary behaviour intervention 3

@inproceedings{Hutchinson20181CI,
  title={1 Changes in sitting time and sitting fragmentation 2 after a workplace sedentary behaviour intervention 3},
  author={J. Hutchinson and S. Headley and T. Matthews and G. Spicer and Kristen Dempsey and Sarah E Wooley and X. Janssen},
  year={2018}
}
  • J. Hutchinson, S. Headley, +4 authors X. Janssen
  • Published 2018
  • Prolonged sedentary behaviour (SB) has shown to be detrimental to health. Nevertheless, 19 population levels of SB are high and interventions to decrease SB are needed. This study aimed to 20 explore the effect of an individualized consultation intervention aimed at reducing SB and 21 increasing breaks in SB among college employees. A pre-experimental study design was used. 22 Participants (n=36) were recruited at a college in Massachusetts, USA. SB was measured over 7 23 consecutive days using… CONTINUE READING

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