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Table 3 Single, partition, and isotemporal substitution models examining the relation between changes in time spent (hours p/day) in sedentary, light and moderate-to-vigorous intensity activity and hand grip strength (n = 353)

From: Effects of reallocating time in different activity intensities on health and fitness: a cross sectional study

Models Sedentary, B (95 % CI) Light activity, B (95 % CI) MVPA, B (95 % CI)
Single −0.338 (−0.717, 0.041) 0.258 (−0.111, 0.627) 0.603 (−1.031, 2.236)
Partition −0.298 (−0.687, 0.091) 0.211 (−0.164, 0.586) 0.212 (−1.462, −1.887)
Isotemporal substitution
 Replace sedentary Dropped 0.509 (0.000, 1.019) 0.511 (−1.139, 2.161)
 Replace light activity −0.509 (−1.019, 0.000) Dropped 0.002 (−1.760, 1.763)
 Replace MVPA −0.511 (−2.161, 1.139) −0.002 (−1.763, 1.760) Dropped
  1. Regression coefficients (95 % CI) were adjusted for age, sex, ethnicity, height and school deprivation