Figure 1

From: Fatness predicts decreased physical activity and increased sedentary time, but not vice versa: support from a longitudinal study in 8- to 11-year-old children

Figure 1

Combined cross-sectional associations between movement behaviors and FMIa in 8- to 11-year-old Danish children. Selected movement behaviors were divided into quartiles using the first and fourth quartiles as the reference group (REF) and risk group (RISK). Data are presented as unstandardized regression coefficients (β) with 95% CI between the reference group and risk group, using a linear mixed model with subject as a random factor. The model was adjusted for baseline age, sex, pubertal status, sex–pubertal status interaction and month of baseline measurement. FMI was logarithmically transformed and β was back-transformed using the exponential function. Sleep, sleep duration (RISK<535.7 vs REF>566.5 min per night); CSHQ (RISK47 vs REF39); Screen, screen time (RISK200 vs REF104 min day–1); SED, sedentary time (RISK>56.2 vs REF<48.8%); MVPA (RISK<33.5 vs REF>64.0 min day–1). aFMI=fat mass × height–2. *P<0.05; **P<0.001.