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Table 3 Associations of step counts with sedentary behavior over three measurement points

From: The influence of a consumer-wearable activity tracker on sedentary time and prolonged sedentary bouts: secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial

  Total ST (%) 30-min PSB (%)
Δ (M6 − baseline)a − 0.15** (− 0.17, − 0.14) − 0.12** (− 0.15, − 0.09)
Δ (M12 − baseline)a − 0.16** (− 0.17, − 0.14) − 0.12** (− 0.15, − 0.08)
Δ (M12 − M6)a − 0.15** (− 0.17, − 0.14) − 0.12** (− 0.15, − 0.08)
  1. ST sedentary time, PSB prolonged sedentary bouts. Values are unstandardized regression coefficient and 95% confidence intervals estimated from the pooled analyses of 20 imputed datasets
  2. aThe parallel associations of changes in step counts (unit: Δ100 steps/day) with changes in sedentary times (Δ%/day) between two measurement points. The estimates in this row are interpreted as the predicted changes in sedentary times (%/day) between two measurement points for 100 incremental changes in steps/day between two measurement points
  3. P < .001, ** P < .01