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The effect of a one-year vigorous physical activity intervention on fitness, cognitive performance and mental health in young adolescents: the Fit to Study cluster randomised controlled trial.
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Exploring activity levels in physical education lessons in the UK: a cross-sectional examination of activity types and fitness levels.
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Effects of gender, activity type, class location and class composition on physical activity levels experienced during physical education classes in British secondary schools: a pilot cross-sectional study.
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Fit to Study: Reflections on designing and implementing a large-scale randomized controlled trial in secondary schools
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Associations between fitness, physical activity and mental health in a community sample of young British adolescents: baseline data from the Fit to Study trial.
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Effects of a programme of vigorous physical activity during secondary school physical education on academic performance, fitness, cognition, mental health and the brain of adolescents (Fit to Study): study protocol for a cluster-randomised trial.
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Unspoken Playground Rules Discourage Adolescent Physical Activity in School: A Focus Group Study of Constructs in the Prototype Willingness Model.
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