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A study on physical fitness and daily lifestyle of junior high school students―
junior high school students
The purpose of study was to explore junior high school students’ physical fitness, daily lifestyle, and daily eating habits. In order to promote physical activity of school and draw up objectives, strategies and action plans, this research was to study the correlation between students’ physical activity, physical fitness, and sleeping habits. The participants of the study were junior high school students, but not including special needs students and pre-trial classes. There were 767 questionnaires, the valid surveys were 689. The rate of the valid surveys was 90% (N=689). The data gathered from the questionnaires was discussed by frequency distribution, percentage, and mean. The data gathered from the survey was also analyzed by the Pearson’s correlation, Spearman rank correlation, one-way ANOVA, and Chi-square test. The main conclusions of this study were as follows: 1. General status: (1) Male pupils’ physical fitness was more better than female pupils. The BMI was 30% pupils’, showed that the weight was overweight, instantaneous force and cardiopulmonary needed to be strengthened. The flexibility in fitness scores was better, but the other scores needed to be promoted. (2) The statistics showed that their daily eating habits were nothing special. However, the food culture bias was to eat high-fat food, snacks, and sugary drinks. Sleep habits were to stay up late and were not satisfied. The daily physical activity was sufficient. Walking is the most common physical activity. Nevertheless, assessing the overall lifestyle of the participants, students’ static lifestyles were more common than the dynamic ones. 2. Correlation study: (1) The sleeping habit was not significantly correlated with daily physical activity, but there was a significant difference among sleeping habit, daily physical activity, and BMI value. (2) There was not a significant difference between the physical fitness and sleeping habit. The daily physical activity was significantly positive correlated with the physical fitness. Furthermore, family socioeconomic background was not suitable for inferring physical fitness score of junior high school students.
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