# Table 4 Linear regression models for predicting compositea isometric and isokinetic peak torques

Model Predictor Coefficients p-value
Beta Std. Beta
Isometric PF     .077
(R2 = 0.174) Height (cm) -.146 -.089 .705
(N = 48) Weight (kg) .263 .228 .313
Sex (M = 0,F = 1) −8.886 -.271 .172
Activity (METamin/week) .000 .086 .566
Isometric DF     < .001
(R2 = 0.683) Height (cm) .119 .110 .451
(N = 52) Weight (kg) .159 .226 .107
Sex (M = 0,F = 1) −12.481 -.562 .000
Activity (METamin/week) .000 .044 .616
Isokinetic PF     .004
(R2 = 0.297) Height (cm) .470 .337 .124
(N = 48) Weight (kg) -.116 -.119 .569
Sex (M = 0, F = 1) −9.263 -.333 .072
Activity (METamin/week) -.001 -.202 .147
Isokinetic DF     < .001
(R2 = 0.704) Height (cm) .121 .193 .172
(N = 52) Weight (kg) .142 .350 .012
Sex (M = 0,F = 1) −5.031 -.395 .001
Activity (METamin/week) .000 -.006 .941
1. aComposite 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 angle-velocity combinations (−10° DF, 0° PF, 10° PF, 20° PF and 30° PF at 30, 60 and 120°/s) for each direction
2. 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
3. Significant p-values are indicated with bold