Available Online: 15 February 2024
Raceles, Benjamin A.
Ilocos Sur Polytechnic State College- Main Campus, Philippines (email@example.com)
Physical Performance plays a pivotal role in improving the different duties and activities effectively and efficiently. Despite its importance, numerous personnel in the different academe face challenges in developing physical fitness. Addressing this concern is crucial for educational progress. This study focused on the Physical Performance of North Luzon Philippines State College through innovative methods, specifically creating a physical performance action plan that could be used to help them become physically fit, which contributes to other aspects of human beings and results becoming more effective in their assigned work and task in the school. The study employed descriptive-correlational research, with a questionnaire serving as the primary data collection tool. Collected data is processed and analyzed using frequency count, percentage mean, and correlation. The respondents are the teaching and non-teaching personnel of North Luzon Philippines State College. As a result, the majority of respondents are between the ages of 25 and 29, are males, and have a mesomorph body type. Many of them have completed their undergraduate courses, are full professors, and hold the academic rank of instructor. Moreover, in terms of their employment status, most respondents are permanent. The respondents’ overall level of physical performance “needs improvement,” but their aerobic performance is “satisfactory.” Overall, the respondents’ level of performance has no significant relationship with their profile, but moderate aerobics and muscle-strengthening are correlated with their appointment status.
Keywords: physical performance, physical fitness, aerobic, flexibility, muscle-strengthening
Cite this article:
Raceles, B. A. (2024). Physical performance of the North Luzon Philippines state college personnel. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 13(1), 23-29. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrse.2024.23078