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    Title: The Investigation in Specialization Self-Reported Health and Physical Fitness of Children Joggers
    Authors: CHEN SSU YU
    Contributors: Department of Leisure and Recreation
    Keywords: jogging;specialization;Short Form 36 (SF-36) Health Survey;physical fitness;motivation;constraint
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2010-11-07 17:43:07 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Jogging is a kind of exercise not limited by time, locations and ages. People can enjoy themselves and have accomplishments through jogs. It is not only helpful to physical health, but also to be a pipeline to provide people to expresses their emotions, and to adjust and to improve physical and psychological health.
    The more people involve themselves to jog, and the more people become specialized joggers. However, there still lack the jogging specialization index of elementary-school children, and the investigation in specialization, self-assessed health, and physical fitness. Therefore, the objectives of this research were to realize the relations between the jogging specializations and physical fitness, as well as the relations between the jogging specializations and their self-assessed health by Short Form 36 (SF-36). Four hundred and eighty people were selected in this cross-sectional, descriptive study by using a structured questionnaire. Four hundred and fifty-one valid data were used to analyze as the results, the valid corresponding rate was 98.04 %. The surveys were conducted during the period of February to January 1st to January 31st 2010. The results of this study were the followings:
    1. Most surveyed joggers were assessed as the primary level of specializations; the percentage was 57.6%; 31%, 8.9% and 2.4% of the surveyed ones were graded as the middle level, new, and the highest level of specialization, separately.
    2. The relationships between gender and age of surveyed joggers and their self-assessed health:
    (1) Different surveyed joggers genders had no different for eight self-assessed SF-36 Health Survey.
    (2) The higher degree of the surveyed joggers’ ages the better conditions of their physical function (PF).
    3. The relationships between the specialization of joggers and their self-assessed health:
    (1) The higher degree of the surveyed joggers’ specializations, the better conditions of their physical function (PF), vitality (VT), and general health (GH).
    (2) The higher degree of the surveyed male joggers’ specializations, the better conditions of their vitality (VT), and general health (GH).
    (3) The higher degree of the surveyed female joggers’ specializations, the better conditions of their vitality (VT).
    4. The higher degree of the surveyed joggers’ specializations, the better conditions of their cardiopulmonary fitness.
    5. The relationships between the surveyed joggers’ physical fitness and their self-assessed health:
    (1)The better performances of the surveyed joggers’ sit-ups exercises, the better conditions of their physical function (PF).
    (2) The better performances of the surveyed joggers’ cardiopulmonary fitness, the better conditions of their physical function (PF).
    6. To improve physical health, to maintain good health condition, and to learn correct jogging skills were the top three graded surveyed jogger’s motivations.
    7. Heavy school works, no time, and lack of attractions were the top three graded surveyed jogger’s constraints.
    According to the results of this research, we can encourage people to jog to improve their health.
    Appears in Collections:[休閒與遊憩管理學系] 博碩士論文

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