Weight status associations with physical activity intensity and physical self-perceptions in 10-to 11-year-old children
Fairclough, Stuart J., Boddy, Lynne M., Ridgers, Nicola D. and Stratton, Gareth 2012, Weight status associations with physical activity intensity and physical self-perceptions in 10-to 11-year-old children, Pediatric exercise science, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 100-112.
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The study examined associations between children’s weight status, physical activity intensity, and physical self-perceptions. Data were obtained from 409 children (224 girls) aged 10–11 years categorized as normal-weight or overweight/obese. Physical activity was assessed using accelerometry, and children completed the Physical Self-Perception Profile. After controlling for the effects of age, maturation, and socioeconomic status vigorous physical activity was significantly associated with normal-weight status among boys (OR = 1.13, p = .01) and girls (OR = 1.13, p = .03). Normal-weight status was significantly associated with perceived Physical Condition (Boys: OR = 5.05, p = .008; Girls: OR = 2.50, p = .08), and Body Attractiveness (Boys: OR = 4.44, p = .007; Girls: OR = 2.56, p = .02). Weight status of 10–11 year old children was significantly associated with time spent in vigorous physical activity and self-perceptions of Body Attractiveness and Physical Condition.
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