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Table 3 Senior center users only, comparison between days on which they use it, and days on which they do not

From: Physical activity benefits of attending a senior center depend largely on age and gender: a study using GPS and accelerometry data

 SedentaryaLightbMVPAcTotal PAd
meanSDpemeanSDpemeanSDpemeanSDpe
Senior center  0.01*  0.622  0.213  0.537
Attended1007.921.6 206.97.5 2.10.4 209.07.7 
Didn’t attend969.722.8 209.67.9 2.60.4 212.48.1 
Gender  0.076  0.024*  0.237  0.023*
Female960.727.6 222.29.5 2.70.4 224.99.7 
Male1014.830.8 190.210.5 1.90.5 192.110.8 
Age  0.053  0.041  0.032  0.036*
< 75978.634.9 227.311.8 3.20.5 230.612.1 
≥751001.626.0 197.28.8 1.80.4 199.09.0 
Female  0.001*  0.746  0.001*  0.596
Attended989.427.9 221.410.1 2.00.5 223.310.3 
Didn’t attend907.629.5 223.910.9 3.80.6 227.811.1 
Male  0.54  0.651  0.106  0.733
Attended1028.232.1 188.810.6 2.30.5 191.010.9 
Didn’t attend1042.933.6 192.111.1 1.30.6 193.111.3 
< 75  0.333  0.224  0.16  0.183
Attended987.934.3 222.912.3 2.80.6 225.612.6 
Didn’t attend962.936.9 235.213.4 4.00.7 239.313.7 
≥75  0.011*  0.659  0.745  0.705
Attended1019.327.6 198.39.2 1.80.4 199.99.4 
Didn’t attend973.528.9 195.59.7 1.90.5 197.59.9 
  1. a Daily time spent sedentary (minutes)
  2. b Daily time spent in LPA (minutes)
  3. c Daily time spent in MVPA (minutes)
  4. d Daily time spent in physical activity (light, moderate or vigorous) (minutes)
  5. e One way ANOVA
  6. * Statistically significant value