A multidisciplinary evaluation of a virtually-supervised home-based high-intensity interval training intervention in people with type 1 diabetes

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A multidisciplinary evaluation of a virtually-supervised home-based high-intensity interval training intervention in people with type 1 diabetes. / Scott, Sam N; Shepherd, Sam O.; Andrews, Rob C; Narendran, Parth; Purewal, Tejpal S; Kinnafick, Florence ; Cuthbertson, Daniel J; Atkinson-Goulding, Sandra; Noon, Tom ; Wagenmakers, Anton J M; Cocks, Matt.

In: Diabetes Care, 17.09.2019.

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Scott, SN, Shepherd, SO, Andrews, RC, Narendran, P, Purewal, TS, Kinnafick, F, Cuthbertson, DJ, Atkinson-Goulding, S, Noon, T, Wagenmakers, AJM & Cocks, M 2019, 'A multidisciplinary evaluation of a virtually-supervised home-based high-intensity interval training intervention in people with type 1 diabetes', Diabetes Care. https://doi.org/10.2337/dc19-0871

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Scott, S. N., Shepherd, S. O., Andrews, R. C., Narendran, P., Purewal, T. S., Kinnafick, F., Cuthbertson, D. J., Atkinson-Goulding, S., Noon, T., Wagenmakers, A. J. M., & Cocks, M. (2019). A multidisciplinary evaluation of a virtually-supervised home-based high-intensity interval training intervention in people with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Care, [871]. https://doi.org/10.2337/dc19-0871

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Scott, Sam N ; Shepherd, Sam O. ; Andrews, Rob C ; Narendran, Parth ; Purewal, Tejpal S ; Kinnafick, Florence ; Cuthbertson, Daniel J ; Atkinson-Goulding, Sandra ; Noon, Tom ; Wagenmakers, Anton J M ; Cocks, Matt. / A multidisciplinary evaluation of a virtually-supervised home-based high-intensity interval training intervention in people with type 1 diabetes. In: Diabetes Care. 2019.

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title = "A multidisciplinary evaluation of a virtually-supervised home-based high-intensity interval training intervention in people with type 1 diabetes",
abstract = "OBJECTIVE: Adopt a multi-disciplinary approach to evaluate a virtually-supervised home-based high-intensity interval training (Home-HIT) intervention in people with type 1 diabetes. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: Eleven individuals with type 1 diabetes (7 women; age 30±3 years; V{\. }O2peak 2.5±0.2 L/min-1; duration of diabetes 10±2 years) completed six weeks of Home-HIT. A HR monitor and mobile phone application were used to provide feedback to the participants and research team on exercise intensity (compliance) and adherence. RESULTS: Training adherence was 95±2% and compliance was 99±1%. Home-HIT increased V{\. }O2peak by 7% (P=0.017) and decreased insulin dose by 13% (P=0.012). Blood glucose concentration did not change from baseline to immediately or 1h post Home-HIT. Qualitative perceptions of Home-HIT and the virtual-monitoring system were positive, supporting that the intervention successfully removed exercise barriers in people with type 1 diabetes. CONCLUSIONS: Virtually-monitored Home-HIT resulted in high adherence alongside increased V{\. }O2peak and decreased insulin dose. ",
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AU - Scott, Sam N

AU - Shepherd, Sam O.

AU - Andrews, Rob C

AU - Narendran, Parth

AU - Purewal, Tejpal S

AU - Kinnafick, Florence

AU - Cuthbertson, Daniel J

AU - Atkinson-Goulding, Sandra

AU - Noon, Tom

AU - Wagenmakers, Anton J M

AU - Cocks, Matt

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N2 - OBJECTIVE: Adopt a multi-disciplinary approach to evaluate a virtually-supervised home-based high-intensity interval training (Home-HIT) intervention in people with type 1 diabetes. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: Eleven individuals with type 1 diabetes (7 women; age 30±3 years; V ̇O2peak 2.5±0.2 L/min-1; duration of diabetes 10±2 years) completed six weeks of Home-HIT. A HR monitor and mobile phone application were used to provide feedback to the participants and research team on exercise intensity (compliance) and adherence. RESULTS: Training adherence was 95±2% and compliance was 99±1%. Home-HIT increased V ̇O2peak by 7% (P=0.017) and decreased insulin dose by 13% (P=0.012). Blood glucose concentration did not change from baseline to immediately or 1h post Home-HIT. Qualitative perceptions of Home-HIT and the virtual-monitoring system were positive, supporting that the intervention successfully removed exercise barriers in people with type 1 diabetes. CONCLUSIONS: Virtually-monitored Home-HIT resulted in high adherence alongside increased V ̇O2peak and decreased insulin dose.

AB - OBJECTIVE: Adopt a multi-disciplinary approach to evaluate a virtually-supervised home-based high-intensity interval training (Home-HIT) intervention in people with type 1 diabetes. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: Eleven individuals with type 1 diabetes (7 women; age 30±3 years; V ̇O2peak 2.5±0.2 L/min-1; duration of diabetes 10±2 years) completed six weeks of Home-HIT. A HR monitor and mobile phone application were used to provide feedback to the participants and research team on exercise intensity (compliance) and adherence. RESULTS: Training adherence was 95±2% and compliance was 99±1%. Home-HIT increased V ̇O2peak by 7% (P=0.017) and decreased insulin dose by 13% (P=0.012). Blood glucose concentration did not change from baseline to immediately or 1h post Home-HIT. Qualitative perceptions of Home-HIT and the virtual-monitoring system were positive, supporting that the intervention successfully removed exercise barriers in people with type 1 diabetes. CONCLUSIONS: Virtually-monitored Home-HIT resulted in high adherence alongside increased V ̇O2peak and decreased insulin dose.

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KW - Exercise

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