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Locomotive Syndrome Stage 1 Predicts Significant Worsening of Future Motor Performance: The Prospective Yakumo Study

Table 3

Physical performance 5 years later (2016) based on LS risk stage in males and females.

VariableMaleFemale
Baseline no risk (n = 32)Baseline stage 1 (n = 12) valueBaseline no risk (n = 41)Baseline stage 1 (n = 17) value

Age62.9 ± 6.867.5 ± 9.4<0.0560.9 ± 7.665.6 ± 7.2<0.05
5 years later (2016)
 10 m gait time (s)5.0 ± 0.66.0 ± 0.8<0.015.2 ± 0.76.0 ± 0.5<0.01
 Back muscle strength (kg)90.9 ± 26.272.5 ± 14.8<0.0155.5 ± 14.044.4 ± 17.5<0.05
 3 m TUG (s)5.9 ± 0.66.9 ± 0.9<0.016.0 ± 0.76.8 ± 0.5<0.01
 Maximum stride (%)77.0 ± 7.569.3 ± 5.8<0.0176.8 ± 4.771.6 ± 6.0<0.05

; . 3 m TUG: 3 m timed-up-and-go.

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