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Table 2 ANCOVA results between groups with age as the covariate

From: Associations between anthropometric characteristics and physical performance in male law enforcement officers: a retrospective cohort study

   Age %BF groups
n Measure F value and Sig F value and Sig
76 Push-ups (reps) F (1,73) = 0.282, p = .597 F (1,73) = 15.113, p < .001a
76 Sit-ups (reps) F (1,73) = 3.100, p = .083 F (1,73) = 8.674, p = .004
76 Vertical jump height (cm) F (1,73) = 10.299, p = .002 F (1,73) = 19.018, p < .001a
76 Estimated peak power (w) F (1,73) = 1.536, p = .219 F (1,73) = 2.013, p = .160
76 Bench press (kg) F (1,73) = 0.243, p = 0.623 F (1,73) = 5.354, p = .023
76 Bench press ratio (BPR) F (1,73) = 1.339, p = 0.251 F (1,73) = 17.119, p < .001a
75 300 m (secs) F (1,73) = 2.067, p = .155 F (1,73) = 3.661, p = .060
76 1.5 mile run (min:secs) F (1,73) = 3.121, p = .081 F (1,73) = 7.270, p = .009
76 Estimated VO2max (ml.kg.min.-1) F (1,73) = 1.755, p = .189 F (1,73) = 8.388, p = .005
  1. %BF Percentage Body Fat
  2. asignificant difference at p < .001