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Research Article

Relationship between Motor Competence, Physical Fitness, and Academic Achievement in Young School-Aged Children

Table 3

The correlation matrix showing Pearson’s for the motor competence, physical fitness, and academic achievement.

GPAAgeBMIKTK MQPlate tapping (s)¥Standing broad jump (cm)Sit-ups (frequency) shuttle run (s)¥

Age-0.01
BMI-0.19-0.03
KTK MQ0.22-0.17-0.21
Plate tapping (s)¥-0.200.350.08-0.26
Standing long jump (cm)0.15-0.43-0.280.48-0.34
Sit-ups (frequency)0.09-0.13-0.250.19-0.400.46
shuttle run (s)¥-0.060.250.19-0.370.24-0.56-0.48
Sit and reach (cm)0.14-0.030.100.080.15-0.07-0.14-0.09

¥Reverse scoring. GPA: grade point average; BMI: body mass index; KTK MQ: motor quotient from the Körperkoordinations Test für Kinder.

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