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Rizki kurniati Universitas Pembinaan Masyarakat Medan rizkikurniati.upmi@gmail.com
Danang Pujo BrotoUniversitas Negeri Yogyakartadanangpujobroto@uny.ac.id
Paper Title
THE EFFECT OF AEROBIC DANCE AND CYCLING ON THE PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING OF TEENAGERS
Category
Physical Education
Keyword
aerobic exercise, physical fitness, psychological well-being, teenager
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ISBN 978-602-8429-74-0
Abstract
The objective of this study is to reveal the effect of aerobic dance, cycling and physical fitness on psychological well-being of 15-16 years old students of Vocational High School 4 Klaten (Central Java). This study is more focused on the variable of: (1) low impact aerobics dance and cycling as an independent variable, (2) physical fitness as a variable attribute, and (3) psychological well-being as the dependent variable. The population of this study was all fifteen and sixteen years old students in the tenth grade of Vocational High School 4 Klaten, and the total of the sample was 60. The study used the experiment factorial 2x2 block design. The data were collected using psychological well-being questionnaires, and analyzed using two way analysis of variance (ANOVA), followed by Tukey test, with the level of significance α = 0.05. The results of this study are as follows. (1) There are differences in psychological well-being of the teenager students who involved in aerobic dance than those who cycle. The aerobic dance in increasing psychological well-being is more effective than cycling. (2) There are differences in psychological well-being of the teenager students who have high physical fitness. The teenager students who have high physical fitness in increasing psychological well-being is higher than those who have low physical fitness. (3) There is interaction between aerobic dance, cycling and physical fitness in psychological well-being of teenager students. The students who have high physical fitness and who are trained in aerobic dance and cycling obtain higher psychological well-being than those are trained in cycling. The students who have low physical fitness show that there is no difference in increasing psychological well-being from those who are trained in cycling.
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