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Table 9 Binary regression of injury risk factors in Brazilian jiu-jitsu master 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 −13.067 0.545
Age −0.165 0.848 0.582 1.236 0.391
Female sex 4.593 98.797 0.191 51,068.442 0.150
Height 3.134 22.954 0.000 8.628 0.756
Body weight −0.056 0.945 0.833 1.073 0.382
Time of practice 0.039 1.040 0.995 1.087 0.085
Exposure time 0.168 1.183 0.749 1.870 0.471
RF, Left leg 0.190 1.209 0.962 1.519 0.103
RF, Right leg −0.091 0.913 0.729 1.144 0.430
Hand-grip-strength, Dhg −0.004 0.996 0.967 1.026 0.792
Hand-grip-strength, NDhg −0.005 0.995 0.966 1.025 0.744
Sit-and-Reach test 0.171 1.186 0.920 1.531 0.189
Posture 1 3.417 30.464 0.715 1298.46 0.074
Posture2 −5.184 0.006 0.000 0.797 0.040*
Physical activity −2.617 0.073 0.000 16.477 0.344
Graduation −0.336 0.714 0.171 2.980 0.644
Schober 0.438 1.550 0.772 3.115 0.218
  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; * p < 0.05