Overview of the physical activity of students aged 12-16 years
The purpose of this study was to determine the level of physical activity of students during the Covid-19 pandemic. The survey method used the Sort-Form of International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ-SF) which was distributed online to assess the level of physical activity and energy expenditure based on Metabolic Equivalents of Task (MET). The subjects of this study were students at SMP Negeri Bandarkedungmulyo, Jombang as many as 234 students (M: 118; F: 116) aged 12-16 years (13.41±1.17). The results showed that the level of physical activity of 39 students (16.67%) was in a low category, 94 (40.17%) of the students were in the medium category, and 101 (43.16%) students were in the high category. The conclusion of this study is that the level of physical activity of students at SMP Negeri Bandarkedungmulyo is in the high category, although it was also found that there were some research subjects who had low categories of physical activity.
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