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Physical Activity Lifestyle of Personnel in Faculty of Public Health Khon Kaen University, Thailand. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chulaporn Sota Faculty of Public Health Khon Kaen University,Thailand. China. Burma. VIETNAM. Hanoi. Chiang Mai. Laos. Lampang.

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Physical activity lifestyle of personnel in faculty of public health khon kaen university thailand

Physical Activity Lifestyle of Personnel in Faculty of Public Health Khon Kaen University, Thailand

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chulaporn Sota

Faculty of Public Health

Khon Kaen University,Thailand


Assoc prof dr chulaporn sota faculty of public health khon kaen university thailand

China

Burma

VIETNAM

Hanoi

Chiang Mai

Laos

Lampang

Khon Kaen

THAILAND

Bangkok

Cambodia

South China Sea

Andaman Sea

Ho Chi Minh City

Gulf of Thailand

Songkhla

Malaysia

Indonesia

Malaysia

Indonesia

SINGAPORE


Back ground and rationale

Back ground and rationale

  • Physical activity is one dimension of health promotion. It’s important for maintain health and keep healthy lifestyle.

  • Physical activities has been defined as any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that results in energy expenditure.


Assoc prof dr chulaporn sota faculty of public health khon kaen university thailand

  • A physically active lifestyle is associated with reduced risk of developing conditions such as cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes mellitus, osteoporosis, and cancer.

  • Lecturer, staff and student in the Faculty of public health are important role to encourage the people to Physical activity and adapt in lifestyle.


The activity pyramid

The Activity Pyramid

Lifestyle activity is at the base of the pyramid because it is something that everyone can do on a regular basis.


Yoga in the faculty after class

Yoga in the faculty after class


Tube dancing

Tube Dancing


Research objectives

Research Objectives

To study lifestyle of Physical activities in the aspects of

  • Knowledge of Exercise

  • Perception of Exercise

  • Attitude toward Exercise

  • Activity of Exercise

  • Motivation strategies of Exercise


Aerobic in the evening at faculty of public health

Aerobic in the evening at Faculty of Public Health


Basket ball

Basket ball


Valley ball

Valley ball


Method and material

Method and Material

  • Population: Lecturer ,staff, student

  • Sample size : 194 participants.

  • Data collection: Interview

  • Research tools: Questionnaire

    : guideline

    : Observation

    : Group Discussion


Method and material1

Method and Material

Data analysis

  • SPSS program for quantitative data

  • Content analysis for Qualitative data


Football

Football


Table tennis at the first floor of learning building

Table tennis at the first floor of learning building


Fitness equipment available for all member

Fitness equipment available for all member


Characteristic of participants

Characteristic of Participants

  • The most was female 114(58.76%)

  • male 80 (41.42%)

  • Average year < 20 yrs : 61 (31.44)

  • 20-30 yrs :40 (20.62)

  • Most were student 101 (52.06%)

  • lecturer 48 (24.74%)

  • Religion : Bhudism 183 ()94.33


Characteristic of participants1

Characteristic of Participants

  • Marital status :Single 123 (63.40%)

  • Education : Bachelor 125 (64.43%)

  • Master 34 (17.53)

  • Most have exercise experience 188(96.91%)

  • Most Popular exercise were walking and jogging65 (33.58%) aerobic dance 51 (26.29%)


Aerobic exercise in the evening

Aerobic Exercise in the evening


Results

Results

  • High score of Knowledge

  • High score of Perception

  • High score of attitude

  • Middle score of physical activity behaviors.

  • Low level score in perception of barrier and physical activities Motivation


Jogging at the lake side in the university every morning and evening

Jogging at the lake side in the University every morning and evening


Hocky

Hocky


Fitness in the evening at faculty of public health

Fitness in the evening at Faculty of Public Health


Knowledge

Knowledge

  • High score in …..

  • Principle of exercise

  • Step of exercise

  • Prohibit for exercise

  • Suitable time for exercise

  • Sign have to stop exercise

  • Injury from exercise

  • Factor to avoid from exercise


Knowledge1

Knowledge

  • Low score

  • * None appropriate of exercise

  • Symptom of overexercise

  • Exercise for patient : heart disease


Stretching

Stretching


Badmintan in the evening at the faculty

Badmintan in the evening at the faculty


Attitude toward exercise

Attitude toward Exercise

  • High score of attitude toward Exercise in

  • Make muscle strength

  • Prevent disease

  • Slender shape

  • Enjoy and decreasing stress

  • A lot of friends

  • Strong body : heart and Lung


Attitude toward exercise1

Attitude toward Exercise

  • Decreasing body weight

  • Make good learning

  • Confident

  • Good model


Fitness equipment available for all member1

Fitness equipment available for all member


Basketball

Basketball


Perception of benefit from exercise

Perception of Benefit from Exercise

  • High score of Perception in

  • Exercise by walking 30 minute and 3 times per week.

  • Exercise prevent and caring hypertension, Diabetes mellitus.

  • Exercise decreasing blood lipid

  • Daily exercise increasing lung and Heart health, slender shape, look young, rehabilitation and fresh, sleeping well, decreasing stress.


Perception of barrier for exercise

Perception of barrier for exercise.

  • Exercise is difficult

  • Increasing expenditure

  • Waste time

  • Interrupt daily work

  • Unlike exercise

  • Inconvenient to exercise

  • Make injury

  • No leader for exercise

  • No equipment

  • No friend or partner for exercise


Swimming

Swimming


Motivation other for exercise

Motivation other for exercise

  • Most participants tried to persuade other to exercise.

  • Low score in promoter and leader : meeting, equipment arrangement , prepare place for exercise, make exercise continuing in faculty, arrange media, coordinator for exercise, public relation and good model for exercise.


Motivation strategies to exercises

Motivation strategies to exercises

  • Incentive, reward

  • exercise Contest

  • Integrate in curriculum

  • Campaign

  • Policy and implementation.

  • Available place, equipment, leader

  • Public relation and information


Tennis

Tennis


Exercise practice

Exercise Practice

  • Most participants were good exercise practice such as:

  • Exercise 20-30 minute 3 times per week

  • Warm up 3-5 minute before exercise

  • Cool down 3-5 minute after exercise

  • If feel tried and bad breathing have to stop exercise.

  • No exercise after meal immediately .


Pe tong is popular after lunch time

Pe tong is popular after lunch time


Discussion

Discussion

  • Physical exercise is the important and necessary for prevent chronic diseases and make healthy life. So it necessary to continue motivate all of lecturer, staff and student concern and act to exercise and keep it in daily life or lifestyle forever.


Discussion1

Discussion

  • The results show that although all of participants were high score in knowledge, attitude perception of exercise but they still middle and low score in practice and motivate other people for exercise.

  • The another point is increasing a policy for exercise in the faculty including available place, equipment, time and other incentive as well as integrate in subject and curriculum are important and necessary for sustainable exercise in faculty.


Fitness

Fitness


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Although the most of samples were high level score of knowledge, perception and attitude but seldom for action and motivation strategy.

  • Therefore it necessary to increase motivation strategy in various aspects especially available attractive program for joining physical activity.


Assoc prof dr chulaporn sota faculty of public health khon kaen university thailand

Exercise Program Support by Thai Health Promotion Foundation for Public Health Education Institution


Aerobic contest during students

Aerobic Contest during students


Acknowledgement

Acknowledgement

  • Thai health Promotion : Healthy Public health Education Institute Plan.

  • World Health Organization in Thailand

  • Khon Kaen University, Thailand

  • Participants.


Assoc prof dr chulaporn sota faculty of public health khon kaen university thailand

Thank you for your Attention


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