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Table 2 Correlation coefficients between Health-Related Quality of Life and physical fitness tests.

From: Fitness and health-related quality of life dimensions in community-dwelling middle aged and older adults

  Health-Related Quality of Life dimensions Physical fitness tests
  Mobility SelfCare Usual activities Pain/Disconfort Anxiety/Depression Hand grip Back scratch Sit and reach Functional reach Time up & go 6 min walk
Health-Related Quality of Life dimensions            
Mobility 1.000           
SelfCare 0.317** 1.000          
Usual activities 0.397** 0.499** 1.000         
Pain/Disconfort 0.276** 0.141** 0.212** 1.000        
Anxiety/Depression 0.138** 0.119** 0.170** 0.235** 1.000       
Physical fitness tests            
Hand grip -0.124** -0.119** -0.176** -0.142** -0.135** 1.000      
Back scratch -0.145** -0.124** -0.166** -0.085** -0.014 0.062** 1.000     
Sit and reach -0.120** -0.169** -0.169** -0.082** -0.073** 0.064** 0.279** 1.000    
Functional reach -0.166** -0.169** -0.201** -0.068** -0.042** 0.266** 0.279** 0.316** 1.000   
Time up & go 0.254** 0.197** 0.258** 0.166** 0.157** -0.288** -0.317** -0.292** -0.398** 1.000  
6 min walk -0.262** -0.188** -0.230** -0.156** -0.103** 0.291** 0.304** 0.245** 0.347** -0.573** 1.000
  1. Phi correlation coefficients between Health-Related Quality of Life dimensions
  2. Spearman's rho correlation coefficients between Health-Related Quality of Life dimensions and Physical fitness tests.
  3. Pearson r correlation coefficients between Physical fitness tests.
  4. * p < 0.05; ** p < 0.001