Effect of Jogging on Stress in Islamic Education Student In Sukoharjo, Central Java


Authors

Ahmad Syauqi Mubarok1)
1)Masters Program in Public Health, Universitas Sebelas Maret
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Ika Subekti Wulandari2)
2)Study Program of Nursing, School of Health Sciences Kusuma Husada, Surakarta
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Sahuri Teguh Kurniawan3)
2)Study Program of Nursing, School of Health Sciences Kusuma Husada, Surakarta
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Abstract

Background: The tight schedule of activities in Islamic boarding schools, from waking up to going back to sleep, has the potential to be a stressor for students, espe�cially new students. The purpose of this study was to determine the difference in the effect of jogging and push-up on stress in students.

Subjects and Method: A quasy experiment was carried out at Al-Mukmin Islamic boarding school, Ngruki, Sukoharjo, Central Java. A sample of 50 stundents was selected by purposive sampling and divived into experiment and control groups equally. The dependent variable was stress. The independent variables were jogging and push-up. Jogging was conducted for 20 minutes/ session, three times a week during 4 weeks. Control group received push-up exercise 20 times/ minutes, once a week for 4 weeks. The data were tested using paired samples t-test.

Results: Mean of stress score after jogging exercise in the intervention group (Mean= 19.12; SD= 6.43) was higher than push-up exercise (Mean= 15.24), with p= 0.022.

Conclusion: Push-up exercise is better to lower stres than jogging.

How to Cite

Effect of Jogging on Stress in Islamic Education Student In Sukoharjo, Central Java. (2022). The International Conference on Public Health Proceeding, 7(01), 9. https://doi.org/10.26911/AB.ICPH.09.2022.07