This is a single-arm, prospective, interventional pilot study.
Adolescent and young adult (AYA) survivors of cancer (n=20) will engage in three months of virtually group physical activity (PA) delivered via BurnAlong, a wellness platform and online app.
Participants will be asked to engage in a BurnAlong workout session with a partner (friend/spouse/child/fellow study participant) a minimum of three times a week for 3 months.
Participants will also meet monthly with an exercise physiologist for a customized exercise session. Participants are allowed to engage in additional PA and non-PA sessions on BurnAlong as desired.
Participants will also be asked to engage in a private social network discussions around key topics of interest for AYA communities with a focus on post-traumatic growth and positive psychology with a minimum of 2 post engagements a week for 3 months.
Participants will complete surveys and physical assessments at baseline and at end of study.
Participants also participate in a 1 hr qualitative exit interview about their well-being, participation experiences, and experience with using the BurnAlong platform.
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