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Table 6 Binary regression of injury risk factors in Brazilian jiu-jitsu practitioners

From: Could current factors be associated with retrospective sports injuries in Brazilian jiu-jitsu? A cross-sectional study

Variable Coefficient OR Border values CI (95%) p-value
Constant −1.548 0.733
Age −0.078 0.925 0.865 0.990 0.024*
Female sex 0.463 1.588 0.520 4.848 0.416
Height 3.014 20.368 0.154 2685.514 0.226
Body weight −0.017 0.984 0.957 1.011 0.233
Time of practice 0.005 1.005 0.992 1.018 0.471
Exposure time −0.041 0.960 0.876 1.052 0.381
RF, Left leg 0.003 1.003 0.958 1.051 0.883
RF, Right leg −0.014 0.986 0.941 1.033 0.557
Hand-grip-strength, Dhg −0.004 0.996 0.986 1.006 0.430
Hand-grip-strength, NDhg 0.002 1.002 0.992 1.013 0.647
Sit-and-reach test 0.010 1.010 0.961 1.062 0.703
Posture 1 1.189 3.283 1.452 7.421 0.004*
Posture 2 −0.537 0.584 0.214 1.593 0.294
Physical activity −0.294 0.745 0.461 1.204 0.230
Graduation −0.233 0.792 0.625 1.005 0.055
Schober 0.022 1.022 0.912 1.146 0.706
  1. OR odds ratio, RF rectus femoris muscle flexibility, Hand-grip-strength, Dhg dominant hand-grip-strength, Hand-grip-strength, NDhg non-dominant hand-grip-strength, Flexibility: flexibility of back and leg muscles; * p < 0.05