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Table 3 Recommendation adherence for cycles when MVPA, screen time and sleep were measured

From: One size does not fit all: identifying clusters of physical activity, screen time, and sleep behaviour co-development from childhood to adolescence

  Number of recommendations met (%, 95 CI)
CycleSex0123
1Girls (n = 199)9.55 (6.49–12.60)46.73 (41.55–51.92)38.19 (33.14–43.24)5.53 (3.15–7.90)
Boys (n = 157)11.46 (8.16–14.77)39.49 (34.41–44.57)39.49 (34.41–44.57)9.55 (6.50–12.61)
2Girls (n = 339)10.62 (8.12–13.12)46.40 (42.86–50.95)34.81 (30.94–38.67)7.67 (5.51–9.83)
Boys (n = 245)12.24 (9.59–14.90)50.20 (46.15–54.26)30.20 (26.48–33.93)7.35 (5.23–9.46)
4Girls (n = 388)12.89 (10.35–15.42)47.16 (43.39–50.94)32.22 (28.68–35.75)7.73 (5.71–9.75)
Boys (n = 284)15.49 (12.76–18.23)51.41 (47.63–55.19)27.11 (23.75–30.47)5.99 (4.19–7.78)
7Girls (n = 359)13.65 (10.99–16.31)48.75 (44.87–52.62)28.69 (25.18–32.20)8.91 (6.70–11.12)
Boys (n = 280)17.50 (14.55–20.45)50.00 (46.12–53.88)27.14 (23.69–30.59)5.36 (3.61–7.10)
10Girls (n = 309)23.30 (19.75–26.85)54.69 (50.51–58.87)19.09 (15.79–22.39)2.91 (1.50–4.32)
Boys (n = 236)24.58 (20.96–28.19)48.73 (44.53–52.92)22.03 (18.55–25.51)4.66 (2.89–7.32)
13Girls (n = 299)39.46 (35.24–43.69)43.81 (39.53–48.10)14.05 (11.05–17.05)2.68 (1.28–4.07)
Boys (n = 216)35.65 (31.51–39.78)44.44 (40.15–48.74)17.59 (14.30–20.88)2.31 (1.02–3.61)
16Girls (n = 233)16.31 (12.68–19.94)58.80 (53.96–63.63)19.74 (15.83–23.65)5.15 (2.98–7.32)
Boys (n = 165)16.97 (13.28–20.66)58.79 (53.95–63.62)18.79 (14.95–22.63)5.45 (3.22–7.69)
19Girls (n = 199)24.62 (20.02–29.22)50.75 (45.42–56.09)21.61 (17.21–26.00)3.02 (1.19–4.84)
Boys (n = 138)21.01 (16.66–25.36)55.80 (50.49–61.10)19.57 (15.33–23.80)3.62 (1.63–5.62)
22Girls (n = 114)20.18 (14.54–25.81)47.37 (40.36–54.38)28.95 (22.58–35.31)3.51 (0.93–6.09)
Boys (n = 81)27.16 (20.92–33.40)43.21 (36.26–50.16)25.93 (19.78–32.08)3.70 (1.05–6.35)
  1. Results are presented as proportions and 95% confidence intervals