ACTIVE HEALTHY KIDS INDONESIA
AHK Indonesia is a non-profit organization established to show concern over the increasing tendency of Indonesian children to be physically inactive.
This organization was built to bring together researchers, experts, and academicians in sports, health, and children growth to strive to increase the level of physical activities for Indonesian children in improving a degree of well-being, in addition to encouraging children to be physically active in the midst of the symptoms of a sedentary life in Indonesia, among Indonesian children and adolescents.
AHKI is encouraged to attend by the PGSD Penjas Study Program/PETE for Elementary Schools http://pgsdpenjasfpok.upi.edu Faculty of Sports and Health Education UPI www.upi.edu to attract concerns of the government and various non-governmental institutions related to the health of Indonesian children, to share responsibility in increasing the level of physical activity in all young Indonesians.
The vehicle that AHKI uses to help raise awareness and drive for this change is the Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Young People.More
Global Matrix 3.0 Theoretical Framework
Global Matrix and Physical Activity Report Cards for Children and Adolescents are two projects developed by researchers and stakeholders in response to the global health crisis of being physically inactive.
Main Indicators of Physical Activity
Nine Indicators and Their Definitions and Benchmarks Used in Global Matrix 1.0 and 2.0. The 10th indicator is added in Global Matrix 3.0.
Against Sedentary Life
The world has stopped moving! That’s the voice of worry that world sports and physical education leaders echo when they meet in Berlin, Germany. This emerges because currently what is seen everywhere in almost all circles of the world is inactivity (inactivity), and it is even considered normal. Whereas only in previous generations, physical activity is a major part of daily life. How the world is in danger of the inevitable consequences of technological developments, both socially and economically.
For the sake of our quality survival, and for the future of our children and our human potential, we certainly need to take critical action. What action? Actions to re-establish children’s enjoyment of movement and physical activity, especially against the tendency to symptomatic “laziness” among young people and children. These are the real impacts of technological advances and have created an epidemic of physical inactivity that must be fought.
Overal Physical Activity
Organized Sport Participation
Lukmanul Hakim Lubay
Mesa Rahmi Stephani
Community and Environment
Adaptive Physical Activity
Wildan Alfia Nugroho