School-based interventions modestly increase physical activity and cardiorespiratory fitness but are least effective for youth who need them most: an individual participant pooled analysis of 20 controlled trials

Timothy Bryan Hartwig, Taren Sanders, Diego Vasconcellos, Michael Noetel, Philip D Parker, David Revalds Lubans, Susana Andrade, Manuel Ávila-García, John Bartholomew, Sarahjane Belton, Naomi E Brooks, Anna Bugge, Iván Cavero-Redondo, Lars Breum Christiansen, Kristen Cohen, Tara Coppinger, Sindre Dyrstad, Vanessa Errisuriz, Stuart Fairclough, Trish GorelyFrancisco Javier Huertas-Delgado, Johann Issartel, Susi Kriemler, Silje Eikanger Kvalø, Pedro Marques-Vidal, Vicente Martinez-Vizcaino, Niels Christian Møller, Colin Moran, John Morris, Mary Nevill, Angélica Ochoa-Avilés, Mai O'Leary, Louisa Peralta, Karin A Pfeiffer, Jardena Puder, Andrés Redondo-Tébar, Lorraine B Robbins, Mairena Sanchez-Lopez, Jakob Tarp, Sarah Taylor, Pablo Tercedor, Mette Toftager, Emilio Villa-González, Niels Wedderkopp, Kathryn Louise Weston, Zenong Yin, Zhou Zhixiong, Chris Lonsdale, Borja Del Pozo Cruz

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