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Table 4 Gender specific analyses of physical activity categories

From: Adherence to physical activity recommendations and the influence of socio-demographic correlates – a population-based cross-sectional study

  Moderate High
  Adjusted OR 95% CI Adjusted OR 95% CI
WOMENa     
Body Mass Index (kg/m2)     
   < 25 1.45 0.75–2.80 6.40 1.46–28.10
   25.0–29.9 1.65 0.82–3.30 5.95 1.31–26.93
   ≥ 30 1.00   1.00  
Marital status     
   Single 1.32 0.88–1.99 2.00 1.24–3.25
   Married/Partner 1.00   1.00  
Self-perceived health     
   Excellent 2.81 1.50–5.25 3.72 1.82–7.61
   Very good 2.18 1.31–3.66 1.51 0.79–2.89
   Good 1.53 0.95–2.46 0.91 0.49–1.71
   Satisfactory or poor 1.00   1.00  
MENa     
Self-perceived health     
   Excellent 2.88 1.48–5.62 5.23 2.67–10.26
   Very good 2.31 1.25–4.25 3.57 1.91–6.68
   Good 1.92 1.09-3.39 1.82 0.99–3.08
   Satisfactory or poor 1.00   1.00  
Education     
   College/University 1.22 0.69–2.17 0.51 0.27–0.94
   High school 1.69 1.01–2.84 1.74 1.05–2.87
   Other 1.51 0.51–4.47 1.59 0.55–4.56
   Basic school 1.00   1.00  
Residential community size     
   Village 1.44 0.82–2.51 2.68 1.51–4.74
   Small town 1.51 0.88–2.60 1.58 0.88–2.85
   Medium-size town 0.73 0.40–1.32 1.26 0.69–2.31
   Large town 1.00   1.00  
  1. aOnly variables significantly associated with the outcome are presented. Variables are listed by as selected as a result of the backward elimination procedure in multinominal logistic regression analysis.