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Table 3 Physical activity and outcome scores for participants at baseline

From: Exploring the feasibility and acceptability of a mixed-methods pilot randomized controlled trial testing a 12-week physical activity intervention with adolescent and young adult cancer survivors

VariableScale rangeIntervention (n = 7)
Mean (SD)
[95% CI]
Control (n = 9)
Mean (SD)
[95% CI]
Total (n = 16)
Mean (SD)
[95% CI]
Physical activity behavioura
 Self-reported
  MVPA (min/week)0–∞60.00 (140.00)b
[0–239.63]
47.50 (41.31)
[15.75–79.25]
60.00 (93.75)b
[16.72–126.09]
 Directly measured
  MVPA (min/week)0–∞63.00 (258.22)b, n=5
[0–370.38]
37.25 (24.34), n=6
[11.70–62.79]
44.29 (57.17)b, n=11
[0–171.66]
Physical outcomes
 BMI (kg/m2)c0–∞31.86 (8.16)
[24.31–39.41]
28.43 (10.25)
[20.56–36.31]
29.93 (9.26)
[25.00–34.86]
 Grip strength (kg)0–∞56.71 (15.83)
[42.07–71.35]
51.00 (9.67)
[43.57–58.43]
53.50 (12.60)
[46.79–60.21]
 Sit to stand (repetitions)0–∞12.00 (2.16)
[10.00–14.00]
11.22 (2.11)
[9.60–12.84]
11.56 (2.10)
[10.45–12.68]
Psychological outcomes
 Self-efficacy for MVPA0–10085.71 (13.97)
[72.79–98.64]
68.89 (24.21)
[50.28–87.50]
76.25 (21.56)
[64.76–87.74]
 Physical self-perceptions
  Strength1–63.95 (0.85)
[3.17–4.74]
3.07 (1.02)
[2.29–3.86]
3.46 (1.02)
[2.91–4.00]
  Endurance1–62.67 (1.02)
[1.72–3.61]
2.26 (1.21)
[1.33–3.19]
2.44 (1.11)
[1.84–3.03]
  Body fat1–61.86 (0.94)
[0.99–2.73]
3.30 (2.26)
[1.56–5.04]
2.67 (1.91)
[1.65–3.68]
  Appearance1–63.86 (0.50)
[3.39–4.32]
3.78 (0.44)
[3.44–4.12]
3.81 (0.45)
[3.57–4.05]
 Physical self-esteem1–63.38 (0.68)
[2.75–4.01]
2.70 (1.16)
[1.81–3.60]
3.00 (1.01)
[2.46–3.54]
 Global self-esteem10–4029.14 (2.19)
[27.11–31.17]
28.11 (5.51)
[23.88–32.35]
28.56 (4.29)
[26.28–30.85]
  1. aLight, moderate, and vigorous intensity physical activity data is available upon request; bmedian and interquartile range; cpercent body fat, fat mass, and fat free mass data is available upon request; CI, confidence interval; min, minutes; MVPA, moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity; SD, standard deviation