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Fig. 1 | European Review of Aging and Physical Activity

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From: The association between motor capacity and mobility performance: frailty as a moderator

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Regression lines depicting the relationship between mobility performance and motor capacity (normal and fast walking speed) at specified values within each frailty group. Legend: Model 1: Maximal number of steps in one bout; Model 2: average number of steps per bout; (Model 3, in percent) cumulated physical activity; a: log-transformed data; FWS: fast walking speed; NWS: normal walking speed; SD: standard deviation. In non-frail, average number of steps per bout and maximal number of steps in one bout decline from low to high NWS and FWS, i.e., faster walkers have a smaller amount of maximal number of steps in one bout and average number of steps per bout; in pre-frail and frail subjects maximal number of steps in one bout and average number of steps per bout incline from low to high NWS and FWS. Regarding the cumulated physical activity, an incline is only shown for one subgroup (prefrail) at NWS, but not at FWS

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