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Office Worker Behavior and Health Study

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Office Worker Behavior and Health Study

This is a randomized intervention study to determine if electronic prompted interruptions in sitting time have an effect on job satisfaction, musculoskeletal complaints, sitting time and biophysical markers for obesity.

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Behavioral - Electronic Prompt for Interrupting Sitting Time

An electronic prompt via the IOS application Stand-Up will be given through the Amazfit BIP device to interrupt sitting time every hour during the office workers workday. The office worker will engage in 2 minutes of physical activity with each prompt.

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Office Worker Behavior and Health Study

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NCT04042610

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