• Asep Ridwan Kurniawan Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Dr. Setiabudhi Street No. 229, Bandung 40154, Indonesia dan Universitas Galuh, R. E. Martadinata Street No. 150 Ciamis 46274, Indonesia
  • Komarudin Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Berliana Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Jusuf Blegur Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia dan Universitas Kristen Artha Wacana
  • Yulinar Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia dan Universitas Abulyatama
  • Wening Nugraheni Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia dan Universitas Muhammadiyah Sukabumi
  • Risma Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia dan Universitas Galuh
Keywords: Physical activity, physical literacy, adventure, adolescent


This study aims to understand adolescent perceptions and experiences in terms of physical literacy and adventure. Two main objectives in this research; 1) Understand the views and experiences of adolescents regarding physical literacy including their attitudes towards physical activity, such as interest, motivation, self-confidence, or satisfaction in participating in physical activity); 2) Knowing how adventure activities contribute to the development of physical literacy (exploring the contribution made by adventure activities to the development of physical literacy in adolescents and how adventure experiences can help adolescents develop knowledge, skills, attitudes and understanding of physical activity). The method in this research is qualitative. Data collection techniques using library research, interviews, questionnaires, and observation. Aspects of analysis include definitions, concepts, views, thoughts, and arguments. Sources of data in research are primary data and secondary data. The participants in this study were teenagers who are members of the Indonesian outdoor activist community. In the discussion of this research, the focus will be given to adolescents' views on physical literacy and physical activity, including their attitudes toward physical activity. The results of the analysis of adventure experiences contribute to the development of adolescent physical literacy which includes aspects of knowledge, skills, attitudes, and understanding they gain through adventure activities. The results of this research can provide valuable insights for educators, parents, or practitioners in the education and health fields to develop strategies that support the development of physical literacy in adolescents, as well as promote adventure activities as a tool to achieve these goals.