Model

Predictor

Coefficients

pvalue


 
Beta

Std. Beta
 

Isometric PF
   
.077

(R^{2} = 0.174)

Height (cm)

.146

.089

.705

(N = 48)

Weight (kg)

.263

.228

.313


Sex (M = 0,F = 1)

−8.886

.271

.172


Activity (MET^{a}min/week)

.000

.086

.566

Isometric DF
   
< .001

(R^{2} = 0.683)

Height (cm)

.119

.110

.451

(N = 52)

Weight (kg)

.159

.226

.107


Sex (M = 0,F = 1)

−12.481

.562

.000


Activity (MET^{a}min/week)

.000

.044

.616

Isokinetic PF
   
.004

(R^{2} = 0.297)

Height (cm)

.470

.337

.124

(N = 48)

Weight (kg)

.116

.119

.569


Sex (M = 0, F = 1)

−9.263

.333

.072


Activity (MET^{a}min/week)

.001

.202

.147

Isokinetic DF
   
< .001

(R^{2} = 0.704)

Height (cm)

.121

.193

.172

(N = 52)

Weight (kg)

.142

.350

.012


Sex (M = 0,F = 1)

−5.031

.395

.001


Activity (MET^{a}min/week)

.000

.006

.941

 ^{a}Composite isometric torques were calculated as the means from 10, 20 and 30° PF for each direction; Composite isokinetic torques were calculated as the means from 15 anglevelocity combinations (−10° DF, 0° PF, 10° PF, 20° PF and 30° PF at 30, 60 and 120°/s) for each direction
 Note 4 subjects had missing data for PF torque, but not DF torque, thus sample sizes for these composite strength score analyses are not equal
 Significant pvalues are indicated with bold