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Table 3 Predictor variables (p < 0.05) for preferred and fastest walking speeds on each slope (level, downhill and uphill)

From: Is the 10 metre walk test on sloped surfaces associated with age and physical activity in healthy adults?

  Fast level (F = 16.91, R2 = .261) Fast downhill (F = 20.83, R2 = .306) Fast uphill (F = 16.47, R2 = .256) Preferred level (F = 11.01, R2 = .182) Preferred downhill (F = 14.51, R2 = .231) Preferred uphill (F = 16.66, R2 = .258)
Age *p = .001, n2 = .063 *p ≤ .001, n2 = .081 *p = .001, n2 = .057 p = .082, n2 = .017 p = .096, n2 = .016 *p = .002, n2 = .052
WHtR *p = .001, n2 = .067 *p ≤ .001, n2 = .079 *p = .006, n2 = .042 *p ≤ .001, n2 = .086 *p ≤ .001, n2 = .120 *p ≤ .001, n2 = .080
RHR p = .252, n2 = .007 p = .189, n2 = .010 p = .460, n2 = .003 p = .547, n2 = .002 p = .755, n2 = .001 p = .748, n2 = .001
PAI *p = .030, n2 = .026 *p = .023, n2 = .029 *p = .001, n2 = .062 p = .187, n2 = .010 p = .068, n2 = .019 *p = .021, n2 = .030
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