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Table 6 Regression model with mean change of maximal step-up height (aMSH) as dependent variable

From: Long-term effects of group exercise intervention on maximal step-up height in middle-aged female primary care patients with obesity and other cardio-metabolic risk factors

VariablesBeta (SE)B (SE)t (57)p-level
intercept 6.58(2.24)*2.94*0.005*
mean MSH at baseline−0.17(0.11)− 0.10(0.07)−1.550.127
bfollow-up time−0.42(0.10)*−0.28(0.09)*−4.07*0.000*
cBMI change−0.29(0.11)*−0.39(0.15)*−2.58*0.012*
dVO2-max change0.16(0.11)0.08(0.06)1.460.149
  1. n = 62 (Casewise deletion of missing data, total group of 101 female patients)
  2. R2 = 0.426
  3. Variables: aMSH i.e. maximal step-up height the mean of right and left leg (cm), bfollow-up i.e. time from baseline to 14–30-month (mean 22) follow-up (months), cBMI i.e. body mass index, with collinearity to waist and weight, dVO2 max i.e. maximal oxygen uptake (L•min-1). Standard error = SE. * Denotes p-level < 0.05