Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2020 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Health Behaviors among Male and Female University Students in Cambodia: A Cross-Sectional Survey

Table 2

Physical activities among male and university students in the study.

VariablesFrequency
Total n (%)Males n (%)Females n (%) value

Work involved vigorous-intensity activities for ≥10 min continuously0.001
 Never973 (71.7)444 (64.4)529 (79.5)
 Had 1–3 days/week261 (19.3)159 (23.1)102 (15.3)
 Had 4–7 days/week120 (8.9)86 (12.5)34 (5.1)

Time usually spent doing vigorous-intensity activities on one of those days0.001
 ≤30 min161 (51.1)89 (42.8)72 (67.3)
 31–60 min65 (20.6)53 (25.5)12 (11.2)
 >60 min89 (28.3)66 (31.7)23 (21.5)

Work involved moderate-intensity activities for ≥10 min continuously0.61
Never352 (25.9)185 (26.9)167 (25.0)
Had 1–3 days/week564 (41.6)278 (40.4)286 (42.8)
Had 4–7 days/week441 (32.5)226 (32.8)215 (32.2)

Time spent doing moderate-intensity activities on one of those days0.94
≤30 min514 (59.6)264 (60.0)250 (59.1)
31–60 min204 (23.6)104 (23.6)100 (23.6)
>60 min145 (16.8)72 (16.4)73 (17.3)

Days walking for ≥10 min continuously to get to and from places0.08
Never470 (34.7)247 (35.9)223 (33.5)
Had 1–3 days/week338 (24.9)154 (22.4)184 (27.6)
Had 4–7 days/week547 (40.4)288 (41.8)259 (38.9)

Time usually spent walking on one of those days0.19
≤30 min545 (73.1)261 (70.2)284 (75.9)
31–60 min111 (14.9)60 (16.1)51 (13.6)
>60 min90 (12.1)51 (13.7)39 (10.4)

Chi-squared test (or fisher’s exact test when a sample size was smaller than five in one cell) was used.

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