Pengaruh Olahraga Jalan Kaki Terhadap Antisipasi Reaksi Pada Lansia

Lungit Wicaksono, Imam Safei





Mengingat pentingnya konektivitas kondisi istirahat sebagai parameter fungsi otak. sejauh ini belum ada ulasan yang mencoba mengukur manfaat kesehatan yang lebih luas dari kelompok berjalan dibandingkan dengan kelompok yang tidak aktif terhadap antisipasi reaksi. Oleh karena itu, ulasan ini dilakukan untuk memahami apakah ada bukti bahwa kelompok berjalan memiliki manfaat yang lebih besar bagi kelompok lansia. Desain dalam penitian ini menggunakan ekperiment dengan pendekatan ex post pacto. Subjek berjumlah 33 lansia dengan usia rata-rata (62.1 ± 2.1 tahun), tinggi (152 ± 2.1 cm), berat badan (53.4 ± 5.7 kg), BMI (23.1 ± 2.5 %). Hasil penelitian menunjukan bahwa olahraga jalan kaki memiliki skor antisipasi reaksi yang lebih tinggi (101.4 ± 12.9) dibandingkan dengan yang tidak aktif melakukan aktivitas fisik (84.7 ± 16.3). usia lansia diharapkan selalu meningkatkan latihan fisik (aktivitas fisik), seperti jalan kaki, sehingga kemampuan antisipasi reaksi dapat dihambat penurunannya.





Considering the importance of connectivity resting conditions as parameters of brain function. so far there have been no reviews that try to measure the broader health benefits of the walking group compared to those who are not active in anticipating reactions. Therefore, this review is carried out to understand whether there is evidence that the walking group has greater benefits for the elderly group. The design in this research used an experiment with an ex post pacto approach. There were 33 subjects with an average age (62.1 ± 2.1 years), height (152 ± 2.1 cm), weight (53.4 ± 5.7 kg), BMI (23.1 ± 2.5%). The results showed that walking had a higher anticipation reaction score (101.4 ± 12.9) compared to those who were not actively doing physical activity (84.7 ± 16.3). Elderly age is expected to always increase physical exercise (physical activity), such as walking, so that the ability to anticipate reactions can be inhibited.


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