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Table 2  A model depicting the relationship between SLa peak values (mmol/L) and three anthropometric characteristics factors

From: Impact of body fat, body water content, and skeletal muscle mass index on peak salivary lactate levels after squat jump exercise in healthy non-athlete adult males

Variable Coefficient 95% CI SE Beta t p value
Intercept 0.167 − 5.913 to 6.247 2.988 0.056 0.956
Body fat ratio (%) 0.157 0.065 to 0.249 0.045 0.521 3.482 0.001**
Body water content (kg) − 0.227 − 0.437 to − 0.018 0.103 − 0.556 − 2.205 0.035*
SMI (kg/m2) 1.190 − 0.238 to 2.618 0.702 0.442 1.695 0.099
  1. CI Confidence interval, SE Standard error, SLa Salivary lactate, SMI Skeletal muscle mass index
  2. R2 = 0.370, adjusted R2 = 0.312 (p = 0.001)
  3. **p < 0.01; *p < 0.05