Although limited by small sample sizes and short follow up periods, this review suggests that interventions specifically designed to change sedentary behaviour, reduce overall daily sitting time by half an hour, with an equivalent increase in standing time, in the short to medium term. Effective characteristics and behaviour change strategies are identified for future development of high quality interventions targeting change in sedentary behaviour.
Literatuurverwijzing: Curran, F., Blake, C.M., Cunningham, C., Perrotta, C., & Ploeg, H.P. van der (2021). Efficacy, characteristics, behavioural models and behaviour change strategies, of non-workplace interventions specifically targeting sedentary behaviour: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised control trials in healthy ambulatory adults. Plos one