RELATIONSHIP OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS WITH NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN CLASS X 2014-2015 ACADEMIC YEAR IN STATE VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 5 DENPASAR.
By : Gede Andrewartha
Faculties : Fakultas Kedokteran
Department : PS. PENDIDIKAN DOKTER
Obesity or overweight is a condition accumulation of excess fat in the body that can interfere health . According Riskesdas Indonesia in 2010 the prevalence of overweight in Bali children aged 6-12 years is 7.1%, while in the age of 16-18 years was 0.4%. Compromised nutritional status, body mass index categorized into Underweight, Normal, Overweight, Obese I and Obese II. Overweight by category Overweight, Obese I, II and Obese caused by many factors such as genetics, diet, physical activity, and environmental factors. Physical activity is one of the factors trigger more nutrition. The pattern of sedentary life (mild physical activity) caused by increasingly advanced technology led to a decrease in physical activity in adolescents. Go to School of vehicles and lack of activity play with friends and inadequate environment to play outside the house, causing a habit of playing computer games, watching television or videos that can reduce physical activity. Assessment of physical activity patterns is important to note because some studies have demonstrated an association between physical activity and obesity. The purpose of this thesis is to determine whether there was a relationship between physical activity with body mass index in adolescents. This study used a cross-sectional design with a sample size of n = 100 samples. The results showed respondents with low levels of physical activity were 68% and respondents with moderate physical activity was 32%. Respondents with a body mass index was classified as overweight and 22% of respondents with non-obese body mass index is 68%. The result of the chi-square statistical analysis on the relationship of physical activity with body mass index shows the value of p = 0.116. From the results of this study concluded that the majority of respondents have a light physical activity. And the prevalence of overweight among respondents was 22%. These results suggest there is no relationship between physical activity and nutritional status of the respondents
Keyword : nutritional status, physical activity, obesity