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Table 1 Somatic characteristics of study participants

From: The effect of vitamin D supplementation on the muscle damage after eccentric exercise in young men: a randomized, control trial

Group BH [cm] BM [kg] BMI [kg/m2] LBM [kg] F% FAT [kg]
\( \overline{\boldsymbol{x}} \) 180.20 ± 5.96 78.80 ± 8.34 24.26 ± 2.58 66.39 ± 6.31 12.41 ± 4.64 16.16 ± 4.08
SE 177.30 ± 5.03 77.99 ± 10.42 24.1 ± 3.07 64.68 ± 7.14 13.31 ± 4.49 16.82 ± 3.89
SC 182.86 ± 7.01 76.72 ± 7.41 23.03 ± 2.80 64.79 ± 6.43 11.93 ± 5.52 15.30 ± 6.20
OE 180.71 ± 5.94 75.26 ± 6.11 23.80 ± 1.58 65.54 ± 5.08 9.72 ± 4.83 15.51 ± 3.42
OC 181.33 ± 5.50 86.72 ± 3.55 26.47 ± 1.05 72.12 ± 2.95 14.60 ± 2.46 16.80 ± 2.53
p 0.6184 0.1409 0.1476 0.3606 0.1727 0.1367
  1. BMI body mass index, LBM lean body mass, F% percentage of body fat, FAT body fat, BH body hight, BM body mass
  2. Results are shown as means ± SEM (SE – experimental group with suboptimal level of vitamin D, SC – control group with suboptimal level of vitamin D, OE – experimental group with optimal lever of vitamin D, OC – control group with optimal level of vitamin D)