Supportive Educative Model Based on Theory of Planned Behavior to Adolescent Sedentary Life
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- Supportive educative; Adolescent; Sedentary life
Background: Sedentary lifestyle is characterized lifestyle by low physical activity. The material impact of a sedentary life are the incidence of overweight and obesity in adolescents, so it can reduce cardiometabolic risk factors, especially blood pressure, and myopia. Then, the psychological impact of a sedentary lifestyle is depression, anxiety, stress, and decreased cognitive function, which can correlate to the academic ability of adolescents at school.
Aim: aims of this study are to analyze a supportive educative model based on the theory of planned behavior to adolescent sedentary life.
Methods: This study design is pre-experimental using a one-group pretest-posttest design approach. The study population, with exclusion criteria such as incomplete participant information and clinical practice students, was conducted from June 2022 to July 2022 on 179 respondents. Adolescent and current college students. The instrument used in this study was an online survey using questions on demographic information and a questionnaire on sedentary activity in adolescents.
Results: All of the respondents are aged 18–21 years with the average being 19.61 years with the majority being female students. Most of the respondent’s body mass index was in the normal category (18.5–24.9) with an average BMI of 21, and most of them did not have an online game application. Regarding the level of student activity at the time before the intervention was given, all respondents had a moderate activity level with an average of 83.74 4.53 while after the intervention was given the activity level of respondents was 135 people (75.4%) moderate activity and 44 people (24.6%) high activity level or average after the intervention was 68.754.94. There is a supportive educative effect based on a theory of planned behavior on sedentary life with a p-value of 0.000.
Conclusion: A supportive educational model based on the theory of planned behavior can influence the sedentary living. Findings support the importance of social support for physical activity in adolescent girls but suggest that the sources and types of social support for physical activity and sedentary behavior may differ. Further research is needed to examine the role of friends and family members in promoting physical activity and the causal relationship between physical activity within the family in reducing physical inactivity in early adolescent girls.
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TY - CONF AU - Ratna Roesardhyati AU - Rifatul Fani AU - Apriyani Puji Hastuti AU - Ardhiles Wahyu Kurniawan AU - Hanim Mufarokhah PY - 2023 DA - 2023/04/19 TI - Supportive Educative Model Based on Theory of Planned Behavior to Adolescent Sedentary Life BT - Proceedings of the 1st Lawang Sewu International Symposium 2022 on Health Sciences (LSISHS 2022) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 326 EP - 333 SN - 2468-5739 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/978-94-6463-132-6_37 DO - 10.2991/978-94-6463-132-6_37 ID - Roesardhyati2023 ER -