Supporting the University of Michigan's research and academic mission is an important component of MHealthy. MHealthy is currently helping recruit participants for select health and wellness related research studies. Volunteering provides an opportunity for you to play a role in important health and wellness research happening within our community. If you would like to volunteer as a study participant, please contact the U-M researcher listed for the study.
Study: High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Research Study (HUM00106883)
You may be eligible to participate in a research study investigating the effects of continuous and interval exercise on health and fitness!
Who can participate?
- Men & women 18-40 years of age
- Classified as overweight (Body Mass Index 30-40 kg/m2)
- Weight Stable (+/- 6 pounds for past 6 months)
- Non-smoker who is relatively healthy
- Do not currently participate in regular exercise
You will undergo/receive:
- 12 weeks of supervised exercise training (4x/week)
- Body composition analyses
- 1 overnight hospital visit before and 2 overnight hospital visits after training with blood sampling and metabolic testing
- Up to $550 compensation upon completion the study
- A free Activity Monitor to track your physical activity
For more information, please visit our website at http://www.kines.umich.edu/research/sml/sml-studies
Study Coordinator: Suzette Howton, RDN
Please note: Most research studies have rules about who can participate. It is the researcher's responsibility to fully inform research participants about all the procedures, alternatives, risks, and potential benefits before someone makes a decision to participate. Research participants are never under any obligation to participate in a study. Additionally, if you contact a researcher or if a researcher contacts you, there is no guarantee that you will be eligible.
More research volunteer opportunities: Visit the Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research (MICHR) site, which connects volunteers to U-M health research studies in need of participants.