Journal of Obesity / 2018 / Article / Tab 5

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Counting Footsteps with a Pedometer to Improve HMW Adiponectin and Metabolic Syndrome among Young Female Adults in the United Arab Emirates

Table 5

Correlations between the daily steps count and anthropometric measurements and blood pressure after intervention ().

VariablesAll participants ()BMI = 18–24.9 kg/m2 ()BMI ≥ 25 kg/m2 ()
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Weight−0.2390.28−0.15
Body mass index−0.3300.098−0.29
Body fat mass−0.2900.42−0.25
Visceral fat area−0.211−0.135−0.067
Fat-free mass−0.040−0.090.106
Percentage of body fat−0.2700.41−0.27
Waist-hip ratio−0.401−0.305−0.35
Waist circumference−0.210−0.123−0.068
Systolic blood pressure0.2520.1190.46
Diastolic blood pressure0.2050.0690.39
Metabolic syndrome score−0.49−0.39−0.5
Total cholesterol0.0340.39−0.04
Triglycerides0.1380.2240.14
High-density lipoprotein cholesterol0.0310.311−0.059
Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol−0.0070.30−0.066
High-molecular-weight adiponectin0.331−0.1010.29
Glucose−0.034−0.1210.03
Insulin−0.027−0.1360.10
HOMA-IR−0.118−0.150.008

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