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Table 1 Indication of physiological variables measured and timepoints of each measurement

From: The effect of home-based low-volume, high-intensity interval training on cardiorespiratory fitness, body composition and cardiometabolic health in women of normal body mass and those with overweight or obesity: protocol for a randomized controlled trial

VariableTimepoints measured
Primary outcome
 Peak VO2, HR at peak VO2, HR at 65 and 85% peak VO2Baseline, post-intervention
Secondary outcomes
 Anthropometry
  SkinfoldsBaseline, post-intervention
  Body mass and waist:hipBaseline, every 4 weeks during intervention, post-intervention
 Brachial blood pressureBaseline, post-intervention
 Central blood pressure and arterial stiffnessBaseline, post-intervention
 EchocardiographyBaseline, post-intervention
 Biomarkers of metabolic and cardiovascular healthBaseline, post-intervention
 Feasibility (adherence and dropout rate)Baseline, every 4 weeks during intervention, post-intervention
 AccelerometryBaseline, every 4 weeks during intervention, post-intervention
  1. VO2peak Peak oxygen consumption, HR Heart rate