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Table 3 Participant characteristics (n=8307)

From: The relationship between sedentary behaviour and physical literacy in Canadian children: a cross-sectional analysis from the RBC-CAPL Learn to Play study

Variables Mean (SD)
CAPL domain scores
 Total Physical Literacy score (/100) 62 (11.0)
 Knowledge and Understanding score (/18) 12.1 (2.7)
 Motivation and Confidence score (/18) 12.5 (2.7)
 Physical Competence score (/32) 19.7 (4.3)
Individual CAPL components
 Age (years) 10.6 (1.2)
 BMI z-score 0.6 (1.3)
 Waist circumference (cm) 67.2 (10.7)
 Most time children should spend in front of a screen (hours/day) 0.9 (0.4)
 Frequency of PA (days/week) 5.0 (1.9)
 Plank (seconds) 61.8 (43.3)
 Sit and reach (cm) 28.2 (8.4)
 Grip strength (kg) 33.6 (9.4)
 CAMSA score 20.7 (3.8)
 PACER (laps completed) 23.5 (14.2)
Participants tested in each season (n)
 Winter 1889
 Spring 3122
 Summer 1330
 Fall 1966
  1. Data presented as mean (SD)
  2. BMI body mass index, CAMSA Canadian Agility and Movement Skill Assessment, CAPL Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy, PA physical activity, PACER Progressive Aerobic Cardiovascular Endurance Run