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Table 5 Within-task POE score for the single-leg mini squat (SLS), forward lunge (FL), drop jump (DJ) and single leg hop for distance (SLHD) and total POE score, and differences between baseline and follow-up for female (n = 34) and male (n = 52) athletes. Values are median and quartiles

From: Postural orientation, what to expect in youth athletes? A cohort study on data from the Malmö Youth Sport Study

Task/POE Baseline Follow-up Baseline vs follow-up
Females
(n = 34)
Males
(n = 52)
Females
(n = 34)
Males
(n = 52)
Females
(n = 34)
Males
(n = 52)
SLS 33 (20;40) 33 (20;47) 20 (13;28.5) 33 (20;40) −7 (−0;6.25)a,b 0 (−14;7)b
FL 25 (17;42) 25 (17;33) 8 (7;17) 17 (8;17) −17 (−33;9)a − 16 (−25;0)a
DJ 25 (17;425) 17 (8;33) 8 (0;25) 8 (0;23) −16.5 (−25;0)a −8 (− 16;0)a
SLHD 33 (25;50) 42 (25–58) 29 (17;42) 33 (25;42) −8 (−19;8)a − 8 (− 17;0)a
Total POE score 31 (24;39.5) 31 (25;37) 18 (12;25.5) 24 (18.5;31) −10 (−18;-4)a,b −7 (−1.5;-2)a,b
  1. asignificant difference between baseline and follow-up (p ≤ 0.007)
  2. bsignificant difference between sexes (p ≤ 0.01).