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      Risk perception and behavior status of college students’ extracurricular jogging exercise

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          Objective To explore the relationship among jogging risk perception, jogging risk behavior and the incidence of jogging risk, so as to provide a feasible way to reduce the risk of college students’ extracurricular jogging exercise.

          Methods The method of convenience sampling was used to conduct a follow-up survey among 470 college students at a university in Beijing participating in extracurricular jogging exercise and the sports world campus app was used to record and monitor jogging exercise. During the tracking period, the jogging related information was counted once a month, a total of 6 times. At the same time, three questionnaires were distributed in three stages to collect relevant information. SPSS 26.0 was used for the descriptive analysis, and AMOS 22.0 was used for correlational analysis.

          Results The risk rate of extracurricular jogging exercise of college students during the past academic year was 71.06%, score of knowledge on jogging risk was (3.68±0.59), was (3.25±0.91) for jogging injury, and was (3.23±0.96) for jogging-related disease. Significant negative correlation between college students’ jogging risk perception and jogging risk behavior ( r=−0.34), negative correlation between jogging risk perception and the incidence of jogging injuries ( r=−0.27), and positive correlation between jogging risk behavior and the incidence of jogging injuries ( r=0.28) were observed ( P<0.01). PE (physical education) class was the main way of obtaining the knowledge about jogging risks among college students (43.40%).

          Conclusion College students show high vulnerability for extracurricular jogging-related risks, and low level of perception of jogging risks and jogging injuries. Relevant measures need to be taken to improve the cognitive level of running risk among college students, so as to reduce the incidence of running risk.

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          【摘要】 目的 探索跑步风险认知与跑步风险行为及跑步风险发生率之间的关系, 为降低大学生课外跑步锻炼风险提供 可行路径。 方法 采用方便抽样方法, 对北京某大学470名参加课外跑步锻炼的大学生进行追踪调查, 运用运动世界校园 APP进行跑步锻炼记录和监测, 追踪期间, 每月统计1次跑步相关信息, 共统计6次, 同时, 分3个阶段发放3份问卷收集 相关信息。运用SPSS 26.0进行统计描述。运用AMOS 22.0进行数据相关关系分析。 结果 大学生一学年课外跑步锻炼 风险发生率为71.06%, 大学生对于跑步风险认知的平均得分为(3.68±0.59)分, 对于跑步运动损伤认知的平均得分为 (3.25±0.91)分, 对于跑步运动疾病认知的平均得分为(3.23±0.96)分; 大学生跑步风险认知与跑步风险行为之间呈负相关 ( r=−0.34), 跑步风险认知与跑步伤病发生率呈负相关( r=−0.27), 跑步风险行为与跑步伤病发生率呈正相关( r=0.28) (值均<0.01)。体育课是大学生获得跑步风险知识的主要途径(43.40%)。 结论 大学生课外跑步锻炼风险发生率较高, 对 于跑步风险和跑步运动伤病的认知水平较低。需采取相关措施提高大学生跑步风险认知水平, 进而降低跑步风险发生率。

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          Journal
          CJSH
          Chinese Journal of School Health
          Chinese Journal of School Health (China )
          1000-9817
          01 April 2022
          01 April 2022
          : 43
          : 4
          : 522-525
          Affiliations
          [1] 1Department of Physical Education, Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Beijing (102616), China
          Author notes
          *Corresponding author: ZHANG Wulong, E-mail: zhwl@ 123456bnu.edu.cn
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          j.cnki.1000-9817.2022.04.010
          10.16835/j.cnki.1000-9817.2022.04.010
          ae89650e-bbb7-4241-b5a3-78c490acc464
          © 2022 Chinese Journal of School Health

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          Ophthalmology & Optometry,Pediatrics,Nutrition & Dietetics,Clinical Psychology & Psychiatry,Public health
          Motor activity,Cognition,Health education,Students

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