This study assigned the Taekwondo training program to 30 elementary school students in 4th to 6th grades and 15 control groups, and conducted it three times a week for 60 minutes for 12 weeks to investigate the effect on student health and working memory. First, muscle strength did not change in the change in student health physical strength before and after participating in the Taekwondo training program, and muscle endurance, quickness, flexibility, and cardiopulmonary endurance showed statistically significant changes (p<.001). Second, in the change in working memory before and after participating in the Taekwondo training program, there were statistically significant changes in number memorization, number connection, and arithmetic (p<.001). From the results of this study, it was found that the Taekwondo training program was effective in changing the student health physical strength of elementary school students, which also affected the improvement of working memory and thus was effective in improving learning ability.
Ⅴ. 결론 및 제언