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Table 1 Participant characteristics, ordered alphabetically by pseudonym

From: Men’s reactions to receiving objective feedback on their weight, BMI and other health risk indicators

Pseudonym BMI category (baseline) Age Marital status SIMD BMI (baseline) Waist circumference (cm) (baseline) Achieved at least 5% weight loss 12-weeks % weight loss 12-weeks Club ID
Alan Obesity I 44 Single 5 31.3 104.0 No 2.06 02
Alex Obesity III 42 Cohabiting 1 41.9 137.3 Yes 5.94 01
Andrew Obesity II 41 Married 1 36.5 124.0 No 3.82 02
Ben Obesity I 36 Separated 3 34.4 115.1 No n/ab 04
Billy Obesity II 52 Married 5 38.9 129.8 Yes 7.5 03
Calum Obesity II 38 Divorced 1 39.7 132.8 Yes 5.17 01
Chris Overweight 58 Married 5 28.5 104.5 Yes 8.8 02
Dan Overweight 58 Married 5 26.6 105.3 No n/ab 02
David Overweight 49 Separated 3 29.1 99.3 Yes 5.74 04
Donald Obesity III 49 Married 2 46.0 129.4 No n/ab 04
Frank Obesity II 49 Married 1 35.7 112.6 Yes 9.67 01
Gary Obesity I 50 Married 5 32.0 106.1 No 4.32 02
George Obesity II 56 Married 5 35.2 112.2 Missinga Missinga 03
Gordon Obesity I 40 Divorced 1 34.6 115.5 No 1.87 04
Grant Obesity III 58 Married 1 42.0 127.2 No 2.09 04
James Obesity I 42 Cohabiting 2 30.5 114.0 No 3.5 04
Jamie Obesity I 36 Married 3 31.3 114.8 Yes 6.07 02
Jeffrey Obesity I 53 Cohabiting 2 33.1 118.3 Yes 9.78 04
Jonathan Obesity III 47 Married 2 43.0 135.9 Yes 15.99 03
Kevin Obesity I 47 Cohabiting 3 32.0 105.1 No n/ab 02
Martin Obesity III 34 Married 2 42.8 143.1 Yes 10.31 02
Matthew Obesity III 47 Married 3 40.4 124.2 Missinga Missinga 03
Michael Overweight 55 Married 2 27.1 97.1 Yes 7.58 01
Ross Obesity II 52 Married 2 38.4 131.3 No 1.92 02
Ryan Obesity III 54 Married 4 42.4 132.2 Yes 11.52 03
Steven Obesity II 33 Married 4 36.9 120.8 Yes 5.43 01
Thomas Overweight 37 Separated 3 29.1 108.2 No 1.65 02
Tim Obesity I 33 Cohabiting 5 31.7 110.8 Yes 6.86 02
  1. aMissing: data missing, bn/a (non-applicable): did not achieve weight loss, SIMD Indicator of level of affluence/deprivation of areas of residence using Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (Quintiles), 5 = lowest quintile of deprivation