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Table 3 Variables significantly associated with adequacy and predilection obtained from stepwise multiple regression analyses

From: A cross-sectional study exploring the relationship between age, gender, and physical measures with adequacy in and predilection for physical activity

CSAPPA subscale Significant variables MS Unstandardized β r 2 95% CI
Adequacy PACER shuttle run 16,762.0 0.064 0.109 0.057–0.071
CAMSA 9806.2 0.173 0.128 0.146–0.200
Age 6836.7 −0.374 0.134 −0.457 – − 0.292
Handgrip strength 5351.3 0.037 0.140 0.027–0.047
Gender 4341.5 0.589 0.142 0.407–0.771
Sit and reach 3708.2 0.029 0.145 0.018–0.040
Plank 3210.1 0.004 0.147 0.002–0.006
Predilection PACER shuttle run 28,466.7 0.090 0.099 0.079–0.100
CAMSA 16,652.7 0.239 0.115 0.202–0.276
Age 11,994.9 −0.621 0.125 −0.737 – −0.504
Handgrip strength 9385.5 0.044 0.130 0.028–0.060
Plank 7739.4 0.009 0.134 0.006–0.012
Sit and reach 6566.0 0.030 0.136 0.015–0.045
BMI (z) 5653.1 0.144 0.137 0.036–0.252
Gender 4963.8 −0.280 0.137 −0.532 – − 0.028
  1. BMI body mass index, CAMSA Canadian Agility and Movement Skill Assessment, CI confidence interval, CSAPPA Children’s Self-Perception and Adequacy in and Predilection for Physical Activity, MS Mean Square, PACER Progressive Aerobic Cardiovascular Endurance Run