The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between physical activity levels and nutrition-exercise behaviors and time management of adolescents. 1182 people aged 14-17 participated in the study. Personal Information Form, Physical Activity Questionnaire, Time Management Questionnaire and Nutrition Exercise Behavior Scale were used as data collection tools in the study. The relation between subjects’ physical activity levels and subdimension of time planning was positive, subdimension of time planning attitudes was positive, dimension of time wasters was negative, total time management was positive. When nutrition-exercise behavior was analysed, it was observed that subjects’ psychological/addicted eating attitude is at the medium level, healthy nutrition and exercise behavior level is at the medium level, too and unhealthy nutrition and exercise level is at the medium level, and behaviors about meal order is at the high level. As a result, adolescents' physical activity levels, time management and nutrition-exercise behaviors are at medium level. Also, being physically active can positively affect time management and nutrition-exercise behaviors.
Adolescent, Physical Activity, Time management, Nutrition