Health Promotion Action Plan Can Improve the Level of Physical Activity in Secondary School Teachers
Volume 7 - Issue 4 (Special Issue)
Urška Simnovčič Pišek Miha MarinšekPages: 37-42 Download Count : 56 View Count: 46 DOI Number 10.17220/ijpes.2020.04.004
The aim of this pilot study was to investigate the relationships between health promoting activities and physical activity of secondary school teachers. Forty secondary school teachers took part in the study by completing a questionnaire on health promotion (HPQ) and physical activity (IPAQ). A multiple regression analysis was performed to examine whether health promotion activities predict the level of physical activity of teachers. The results showed that a comprehensively designed, properly implemented and evaluated health promotion action plan sufficiently motivates employees to ensure their good psycho-physical well-being through regular physical activity. The implementation of a health promotion plan can be a long-term investment in the health of employees.
- job-related physical activity; recreation; prediction; health