Aquatic high intensity interval training to improve aerobic capacity is feasible in adolescents with cerebral palsy: pilot randomised controlled trial

Julie Depiazzi, Nadine Smith, , Andrew Wilson, Katherine Langdon & Kylie Hill
Objective:To investigate feasibility of aquatic high intensity interval training for adolescents with cerebral palsy, who can ambulate independently but may choose a mobility aid in some circumstances.Design:Pilot randomised controlled trial.Method:Following baseline assessments, participants were randomised to usual care or ten weeks of twice weekly aquatic high intensity interval training. Each class comprised 10 one-minute exercise intervals separated by one-minute rest. High intensity exercise was defined as the attainment of ⩾80% of peak heart rate measured...
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