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ACTIVE : Journal of Physical Education, Sport, Health and Recreation
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  • The Effect Of Zig-Zag Run And Shuttle Run Exercises On Dribbling Skills In
           Futsal Games At Sma 3 Palopo

    • Authors: Supriadi Supriadi, Irsan Kahar, Syahrir Syahrir, Andi Alif Tunru
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of Zig-Zag Run and Shuttle Run exercises on dribbling skills in the futsal game at SMA 3 Palopo. This research approach is a type of quantitative research that uses secondary data. The population in this study is all futsal athletes at SMAN 3 PALOPO. The sample is the extracurricular futsal of SMAN 3 PALOPO as the object studied. The sampling technique used random sampling, which was carried out randomly, Thus the sample in this study is the extracurricular futsal of SMAN 3 PALOPO totalling 16 students. The sample was divided into two groups by ordinary matched pairing so that the sample is homogeneous. Data processing uses SPSS Version 21 software, multiple linear regression models were used to analyze the data. (1) Zig-Zag Run practice has an effect on dribbling skills in futsal games; (2) Shuttle Run affects dribbling skills in futsal games.
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.70431
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • Effect of Limb Muscle Explosiveness and Balance Against Futsal Shooting
           Skills at Club The Brothers

    • Authors: Syarif Syaifullah, Irsan Kahar, Rahmatia Rahmatia, A. Heri Riswanto
      Abstract: The research objective was to determine the effect of leg muscle explosive power and balance on the ability to shoot futsal at Club The Brothers. The type of research used is descriptive research which is correlational in nature. The sample is part of a number of characteristics possessed by the population used for research. In this study, 10 members of The Brother FC were used as samples. The instruments used were the leg muscle explosive power test, balance test and shooting ability test. Data analysis techniques used in this study were descriptive tests, normality tests, linearity tests and regression tests using the SPSS Version 24.00 program. The results showed that the leg muscle explosive power variable had a tcount of 3.994 while ttable = 2.228 so tcount > ttable. The balance variable has tcount, which is 6.007, while ttable = 2.228, so tcount > ttable. From the results of data analysis, it was obtained that the Fcount was 65.878 and the sig. 0.000. Fcount value (65.878) > (2.228) and sig. smaller than 0.05 or a value of 0.000 <0.05. The conclusion is that the ability of the independent variables to explain variable variation is quite strong.
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.70432
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • The biomechanics Analysis of the Suitability of Horse Kicking for Junior
           Athletes in the Single Arts Category Jepara Regency

    • Authors: Tafriyadhur Risa Billah, Setya Rahayu, Fajar Awang Irawan, Ipang Setiawan
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the suitability of the movement of horse kicks which is one of the movements that is considered to have the highest artistic beauty, horse kicks are considered to have a high level of difficulty compared to other movement techniques. horse kick is an attack in the art category that is effective for generating high points. The type of research used is quantitative descriptive analysis using the observation method. The sample for this study was athletes in the junior singles arts category in Jepara district, totaling 10 athletes. This study used data analysis techniques using Kinovea software version 0.9.5. Based on the results of the motion suitability analysis in the implementation phase, stages one to 3 obtained an average of 2.12. The results of this study indicate that all horse kick movement indicators are included in the "appropriate" criteria. There needs to be a significant improvement and increase in movement by using guidelines that are in accordance with the applicable rules in order to get maximum movement and fall into the very appropriate category, through improving the performance movement to the maximum so that it is worth competing in and preventing mistakes that risk causing injury to athletes.
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.70716
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • Measurement of Basketball Physical Tests on Students Using an Outdoor
           Laboratory in the Education Park

    • Authors: Pandu Rinaldo
      Abstract: Tests and measurements are an integral part of various human activities, as well as in sports
      teaching and training activities, because by carrying out these two things one can find out the
      strengths and weaknesses of an athlete, so that ultimately can make the right decision. Physical
      abilities, especially in basketball, are very important in PJOK learning and to support daily
      activities. Therefore, students must have good physical condition. This study aims to determine the
      results of measuring the physical condition of basketball in Indralaya 2 Public Middle School
      students. This type of research is descriptive, using a quantitative approach using normality and
      percentage test data analysis. The population of this study were students of Indralaya 2 Public
      Middle School and the sample used was Indralaya 2 Middle School students totaling 70 people who
      were taken by chance. The instrument in this study used a test to measure physical condition in
      basketball, namely using a 50 meter running test (speed), sit ups (abdominal muscle strength), pull
      ups (arm muscle strength), vertical jump (leg muscle strength), and 1000/800 m run (endurance).
      Data analysis techniques were processed using the Smirnov Kolmogorov normality test and
      percentages using the Excel and SPSS 22 programs. Based on the analysis of the data, the results
      of the measurement of the basketball physical test were included in the unfavorable category with a
      result of 32%. With the results that for the 50 meter run is 71.4%, sit ups are 33%, pull ups are 20%,
      vertical jumps are 36%, and 1000/800 m run are 4%. This means that for the measurement of the
      basketball physical test on Indralaya 2 Public Middle School students, their physical condition is
      not good. The application of this research is that the physical course is very supportive for daily
      activities, especially learning PJOK basketball material.
      Keywords: Physical Test Measurement, Basketball.
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.70722
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • Improving Passing Ability Using the Drill Method In Football Games

    • Authors: Ahmad Syafaat Asis, Ahmad Ahmad, Marhani Marhani
      Abstract: The aim of this studyto improve passing ability by usingdrill method on studentsSMPN 2 BUA class VIII. This research includes classroom action research.The research subjects were grade VIII students of SMPN 2 BUA, with a total of 32 students, consisting of 18 boys and 14 girls in the 2023/2024 academic year.The meetings in this study were designed in two cycles, namely cycle I and cycle II. Passing data collection was carried out using passing assessment process sheets in cycles I and II. The collected data were analyzed quantitatively. The results of the quantitative analysis of passing data show that the number of students who passed in cycle I was 22 students with a percentage of 69% and the number of students who completed in cycle II was 30 people with a percentage of 94%. The results of the analysis show that there is a significant increase in passing ability. Based on the results of data analysis it was concluded that there was an increase in passing abilityby usingdrill method on studentsSMPN 2 BUA class VIII.
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.70764
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • Application of Cold Water After Physical Activity in Pencak Silat Athletes

    • Authors: Saifullah Gommo, Rasyidah Jalil, Saman Saman, Irsan Kahar
      Abstract: Physical activity causes an increase in the use of energy or calories by the body. Cold water recovery is to reduce muscle soreness after exercise. The use of cold water for Pencak silat athletes after doing physical activity is very influential with the final result. There are changes in various ways of testing it, such as normality and correlation tests. The goal is that by applying cold water, it can make the pencak silat athletes have a steady pulse and don't get tired quickly. The methods used are experimental, pretest and posttest groups, with 11 sample. The research instrument was carried out after doing physical activity for 1 minute, calculating the pulse for 1 minute after doing physical activity, calculating the pulse was carried out using cold water with 25° C temperature. if the temperature exceeds 25° C then ice cubes are added to the soaking tub until the temperature drops to 25° C. With the normality test Absolute Value = .189 , Positive = .189, Negative = -.189, Sig. 0.200 > 0.05, then the variables are normally distributed and correlation test Correlation Test Sample PreTest = 11 , PreTest Pearson Correlation = 1 PostTest = .971 Meanwhile, PostTest Sample = 11 . PostTest Pearson Correalition = .971 PostTest =1.
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.70502
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • MEASUREMENT OF BADMINTON PHYSICAL TESTS ON STUDENTS OF SMPN 2 INDARALAYA
           UTARA USING OUTDOR LABORATORY AT PARK EDDIDIK FKIP

    • Authors: Febri Rian Ariansyah, Hartati Hartati, Ahmad Richard Victorian
      Abstract: Physical fitness is one of the physical conditions that must be owned by everyone because with a good physique can carry out activities optimally. For junior high school students good physical fitness is very important in order to obtain good achievements in both the academic and non-academic fields. Therefore every student is required to have good physical fitness. This study aims to determine the physical condition of badminton extracurricular students at SMP Negeri 2 Indralaya Utara. Physical condition is very important to achieve maximum performance. This research is a quantitative study with a descriptive design. The subjects of this study were all badminton extracurricular students at SMP Negeri 2 Indralaya Utara, namely 20 people. leg muscle strength using the upright jump test, abdominal muscle strength using the sit up test, arm muscle strength using the push up test. The data analysis technique used in this research is using descriptive analysis of percentages. The results obtained from the study showed that the physical activity of badminton players at SMP Negeri 2 Indralaya Utara which included endurance, speed, arm muscle strength, abdominal muscle strength, leg muscle explosive power was in the moderate category and there were 11 players (55%) in the very good category. , 7 players (35%) in the good category. 2 players (10%) in the enough category. It can be concluded that the physical activity of volleyball players at SMP Negeri 2 Indralaya Utara is in the very good category.  
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.71212
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • Analysis of Basic Passing Technique Skills in Futsal Games at Palopo 4
           Public Middle School

    • Authors: Rezha Chandra Prasetya, Ahmad Ahmad, Husnani Aliah
      Abstract: This research is a type of descriptive research. This study aims to determine the Passing Skills in the Futsal Game of SMP Negeri 4 Palopo. The population is all Futsal players at SMP Negeri 4 Palopo.All 20 players of the Palopo 4 Public Middle School futsal team were used as samples. The sampling technique uses a saturated sample. The data analysis technique used is descriptive analysis, percentage descriptive analysis. Research shows that passing futsal skills for students of SMP Negeri 4 Palopo are in the moderate category
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.71564
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • The Effect of TGfU and Conventional Physical Learning on Object Control of
           Elementary School Students

    • Authors: William Oktofanny, Syahrial Bakhtiar, Emral Emral, Khairuddin Khairuddin, Ali Munir, Fiky Zarya
      Abstract: This study is to see the difference in the influence of providing learning programs that use teaching games for understanding and conventional methods in physical education learning on students' abilities in mastering Object Control. This type of research is quantitative associative with a quasi-experimental approach. The design of this study is a 2x2 factorial design. The population in this study was all students of SDN 52/V Pematang Pauh, Tanjung Jabung Barat Regency, Jambi Province, totaling 264 people. Samples were taken using probability sampling, which was divided using simple random sampling totaling 18 male students and 14 female students, then grouped using matching ordinal pairing. The research instrument uses the Test of Gross Motor Skill-2. Data were analyzed by path analysis through 2-path AVAVA testing at α=0.05. The results of hypothesis testing show: (1) There are differences in the level of ability of control objects based on the provision of learning methods where it is found that in the table of hypothesis test results in the method row a significance value of 0.047 is obtained, (2) There are differences in the level of ability of control objects based on sex differences where found in the table of hypothesis test results in the sex row a significance value of 0.002 is obtained, (3) There is no interaction between learning methods and gender in determining the level of ability of control objects where in the table of hypothesis test results in the method row *gender obtained a significance value of 0.740. So it can be concluded that the learning method provided affects the ability of student control objects. The learning method and gender each influence the ability of the object of control but do not affect each other, so it could be that girls and boys with the same method have the same improvement.
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.72209
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • The Effect of Speed, Agility and Endurance on the Dribbling Ability of
           Club Putra Lintas Muara Bungo U15 Football Players

    • Authors: Edo Prantori, Damrah Damrah, Arsil Arsil, Alex Alda Yudi, Fiky Zarya
      Abstract: The purpose of the study was to determine the Effect of Speed, Agility and Endurance on the Dribbling Ability of Ssb Putra Lintas Muara Bungo U15 Football Players. The research method used in this study is a quantitative approach. The population in the study was SSB Putra Lintas Muara Bungo players who numbered 100 people. The sample was the age group of children (13-15 years) numbering 40 people. The sampling technique is Purposive Sampling. The instrument is to measure speed, a 20-meter running speed test, agility using a digging run, to measure endurance using a yoyo test, and to measure dribbling ability with a dribbling ability test. survey methods with measurement and test techniques, analysis techniques using a path analysis approach. Research results: 1) py1 path coefficient = 0.346 based on the results of the analysis obtained a calculated value greater than the ttable value, a value of 2.820 > 1.729 then in this case Ha is accepted and H0 is rejected which means the coefficient of path analysis is significant. 2) py2 path coefficient = 0.449 based on the results of the analysis obtained a calculated value greater than the ttable value, a value of 3.898 > 1.729 then in this case Ha is accepted and H0 is rejected which means that the coefficient of path analysis is significant. 3) py3 path coefficient = 0.784 based on the results of the analysis obtained a calculated value greater than the ttabel value, a value of 2.455 > 1.729 then in this case Ha is accepted and H0 is rejected which means the path analysis coefficient is significant. In conclusion, speed, agility, and endurance directly and significantly affect the dribbling ability of SSB Putra Lintas Muara Bungo U15 football players
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.72491
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • Profiling Hydrodynamic Aspects of Finswimming Athletes: Biffins Relay
           Position

    • Authors: Sungkowo Sungkowo, Tandiyo Rahayu RAhayu, Bambang Widjanarko, Taufiq Arif Setyanto, Donny Wira Yudha Kusuma, Agus Kristiyanto Kumbara, Atchara Purakom
      Pages: 237 - 246
      Abstract: One of the most significant aspects of diving is technical and physical analysis. As a result, this analysis must be conducted so that dive comprehension and learning become more effective and efficient. bi-finswimming movement and Speed testing approach in diving, on the other hand, necessitate specialised equipment. Furthermore, studies on hydrodynamic analysis in diving are still scarce in Indonesia. Thus, the objective of this research was to examine the hydrodynamics of bi-finswimming 4x100 metre bi-finswimming relay athletes. The descriptive quantitative research method was employed, along with a survey. Document analysis approaches, interviews as problem rationalisation and field tests were used to collect data. Four elite swimmers had been participated in this study. A resistance dynamometer and a Qualisys underwater camera were among the research tools. The data analysis technique used. According to the survey results, bi-fin swimmers have varied techniques that fall into three categories: effective, less effective, and ineffective. Understanding and mastering the bi-finswimming style can reduce drag, from the resistance dynamometer results, the data showed that each swimmer has differences in resistance with A position (straight arms), B position (left arm recovery), C position (right arm recovery) with speed of 1 m/h, 1,25 m/h, 1,50 m/h, 1,75 m/h, and 2 m/h respectively. Conclude that every finswimming swimmer has their own technique. By understanding and able to perform the proper technique, we believe that swimmers could minimalize the resistance and able to produce the bigger force.
      PubDate: 2023-10-31
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.74966
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • The Effect of Resistance Band Exercises Through Audio Visual on Learning
           Freestyle swimming at Club Garuda Laut Palopo

    • Authors: Reski Amalia, Suaib Nur, Muhammad Irham Zainuri
      Pages: 247 - 253
      Abstract: Swimming is a sport that has great benefits. The problem for athletes, especially freestyle swimming, lies in technique, especially in the position of the hands and feet, sometimes athletes are not in line with what the coach expects. The purpose of the study was the effect of resistance band training through audio visual on freestyle swimming learning at Club Garuda Laut Palopo. This type of research is quantitative research that uses a one-group pretest-posttest design. This research is a pre-experimental research design. The population in this study was novice swimming athletes Club Garuda Laut Palopo. The population sampling technique in this study used saturated samples (census), which is a sampling technique where all populations were sampled as many as 5 novice swimming athletes. The research data was analyzed descriptively, the requirements test was the data normality and homogeneity test, and the T test used SPSS version 20.00. The results showed that the value of t = count of 2.958 was greater than t = table 2.571 or t = count of 2.958 > t = table 2.571 and sig results. (2-tailed) which is 0.000 < 0.05. This means that there is a significant influence of resistance band training through audio visual on freestyle swimming learning at Club Garuda Laut Palopo.
      PubDate: 2023-10-31
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.70032
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • Level of Adequacy of Nutrition, Physical Activity and Nutritional Status
           Youth Soccer Athlete

    • Authors: Arimbi Arimbi, Wahyana Mujari Wahid, Poppy Elisano Arfanda, Arifuddin Usman, Muriyati Muriyati
      First page: 254
      Abstract: The research purpose to determine the level of nutritional adequacy, physical activity and nutritional status of adolescent football athletes. The research was conducted on teenage football athletes who are members of the PERSIS Makassar soccer club, which totals 27 teenage athletes. The research method used is a case study presented descriptively. Nutritional intake was measured using the food recall method for 3 x 24 hours using a food composition list (DKBM). Physical activity is categorized into three levels, namely heavy, moderate and light using WHO calculations. Nutritional status is calculated based on body mass index for age (BMI/U). The nutritional adequacy level of the sample was classified into two categories, namely adequate if the nutritional adequacy level was >80% and categorized as insufficient if the nutritional adequacy level was <80%. The results of a 24 hour food recall for 3 days obtained an average sample energy intake level of 14 (51.85%) people who had good energy intake and 13 (48.15%) people with less energy intake and no athletes (0%) ) who have more energy intake. The results of the questionnaire summary were obtained which were matched with WHO physical activity category standards, it was seen that all football athletes (100%) had heavy physical activity categories while the nutritional status of the anthropometric data obtained, it was obtained that there were 14 athletes with normal nutritional status (51, 85%), 13 people (48.15%) were underweight, and 0% were athletes in the category of fat and very thin.
      PubDate: 2023-10-15
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.71798
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • Model Of Learning Front Kick Skills In Pencak Silat

    • Authors: Asih Suryani, Iman Sulaiman, Widiastuti Widiastuti, Oman Unju Subandi, Muhamad Syamsul Taufik
      First page: 260
      Abstract: Abstract Pencak silat is expected to be able to provide provisions for children, especially early childhood for themselves now and in the future in martial arts, also besides that with this pencak silat it is hoped that the spirit This study aims to create a Model of Learning Front Kick Skills in Pencak Silat High School Athletes Aged 15-18 Years. The method used in this study is a research and development method based on Borg and Gall references. The subjects in this study were students of Senior High School in Karawanag Regency including students who had Pencak Silat martial arts skills for small group trials of 20 students, 60 athletes for large group trials, and in effectiveness trials of 60 athletes for. The instrument used in this study was to use the Pencak Silat Sports Front Kick Skill Test.  This shows that there is an Influence Before and After the Learning Model is Given so that it can be said Based on the calculation of the t-Paired- ttest using SPSS, it is known that the value of t is -4.353 and the significance value of 2 directions (two-tailed) 0.000 < 0.05. This shows that there is a significant difference in scores before and after the model of learning front kick skills in high school athletes aged 15-18 years is effective.
      PubDate: 2023-10-15
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.75215
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • Watermelon Intake on Endurance in Pencak Silat Athletes

    • Authors: Ahmad Maulana, Rasyidah Jalil, Saman Saman
      First page: 268
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the effect of giving watermelon juice on endurance in pencak silat athletes. The method used is an experiment with 10 samples. The results of the study show that giving watermelon juice have a significant effect on muscle fatigue, anaerobic fatigue, pulse rate, delayed onset muscle soreness, and VO2Max. Physical condition is an important aspect to support the success of an athlete, so proper monitoring of the athlete's physical fitness level is needed. Athletes who play sports to achieve regional, national or international success must have skills specific to the sport they participate in and must be in peak physical condition. This research uses quantitative research methods and experimental research design with pretest and posttest groups. The research population was 20 pencak silat athletes in Luwu and the sample was 10 athletes. This research found that the athlete's physical fitness level was good and could be improved. This study also found that watermelon consumption had a significant effect on endurance. Resources cited in this text cover a wide range of sports-related topics, including the physical and psychological characteristics of athletes, training methods, and the effects of certain foods and training on performance. This study also found that watermelon consumption had a significant effect on endurance. Resources cited in this text cover a wide range of sports-related topics, including the physical and psychological characteristics of athletes, training methods, and the effects of certain foods and training on performance. This study also found that watermelon consumption had a significant effect on endurance. Resources cited in this text cover a wide range of sports-related topics, including the physical and psychological characteristics of athletes, training methods, and the effects of certain foods and training on performance..
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.74021
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • The Contribution of Fatigue to the Physical and Technical Improvement of
           Potential Young Athletes (Slompn) Training Center of Semarang State
           University

    • Authors: Tandiyo Rahayu, Ranu Baskora Aji Putra, Hadi Hadi, Sobihin Sobihin, Bayu Rahardian, Beben Guniandi, Nguyen Tra Giang
      First page: 274
      Abstract: The purpose of this study was to analyze the contribution of athlete fatigue levels to the physical and technical improvement of UNNES Center student athletes. This research design is ex post facto with research subjects as many as 19 young athletes aged 13-15 years at the UNNES training center within a period of 7 months. The results showed that there was a variable influence of fatigue level on physical improvement by 72% and the lack of influence of fatigue level on sports technique showed an r value of 0.287. Conclusion Long-term training centers can improve physical quality and technique by being programmed to regulate fatigue levels as a result of exercise.
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.74968
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • Shooting in SSB IPJ Soccer Players: Coordination, Motivation, and Anxiety

    • Authors: M. Fikri Wardani, Rachmat Hidayat, Arman Bin Anuar, Andi Alif Tunru
      First page: 279
      Abstract: The research objective is to determine the correlation between coordination, motivation, and anxiety towards the shooting performance of soccer players in SSB IPJ Kota Palopo. The research method used is a descriptive study with correlational nature. The population in this research consists of soccer athletes from SSB IPJ Kota Palopo. The sampling technique employed is purposive sampling with specific considerations by the researcher, involving a total of 20 soccer athletes as participants in the study. Data analysis was conducted using SPSS version 23.The research results indicate that the coordination variable has a calculated t-score of 4.504, while the critical t-score (t-table) is 2.119. Since the calculated t-score is greater than the critical t-score (t-calculated > t-table), it can be concluded that coordination has a significant influence on shooting performance. Similarly, the motivation variable has a calculated t-score of 4.946, exceeding the critical t-score of 2.119, leading to the conclusion that motivation significantly affects shooting performance. Likewise, the anxiety variable has a calculated t-score of 5.032, which surpasses the critical t-score of 2.119, indicating that anxiety also has a significant impact on shooting performance. From the data analysis, an F-count value of 23.418 and a significance value (sig.) of 0.000 are obtained. Since the F-count value (23.418) is greater than the critical F-value (2.119), and the significance value is less than 0.05 (0.000 < 0.05), H1 is accepted. This implies that collectively, coordination, motivation, and anxiety have a statistically significant impact on shooting performance. With an R-value of 0.902, it can be concluded that the ability of the independent variables to explain the variation in the dependent variable is sufficiently strong.v
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.73479
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • The Influence of Coordination, Agility and Motivation Against Basketball
           Dribbling Skills in High School Extracurricular Participants

    • Authors: Kevin Ramadhan
      First page: 287
      Abstract: This study aims to determine information related to the influence of coordination, agility, and motivation on basketball dribbling skills in high school extracurricular participants. This thesis uses quantitative approach methods, survey methods and correlational techniques. The research for this thesis was conducted at SMA Islam Terpadu Raudhatul Jannah Kota Cilegon, Banten. The population in this study was 30 female basketball extracurricular participants. Based on the results of data analysis, description, examiner of research results, and discussion, conclusions can be drawn from this thesis research. Based on the t-test results of the first hypothesis, a sig value is obtained. 0.014 <ɑ = 0.05, so there is a direct effect of coordination on basketball dribbling skills by 44.1%. The results of the second hypothesis, obtained a value of sig. 0.046 <ɑ = 0.05, so that there is a direct influence of agility on basketball dribbling skills by 36.4%. The results of the third hypothesis, obtained the value of sig. 0.039 <ɑ = 0.05, so that there is a direct influence of motivation on basketball dribbling skills by 10.7%. The result of hypothesis four, obtained sig value. 0.009 <ɑ = 0.05, so there is a direct effect of coordination on motivation in extracurricular participants by 0.004%. The result of hypothesis five, obtained sig value. 0.007 <ɑ = 0.05, so there is a direct effect of agility on motivation in extracurricular participants by 87.2%. The results of hypothesis six, obtained sobel test statistical values of -0.006 <  1.96  and p-values of 0.9950 >  0.05  , then the results of the motivation variable were not able to mediate the coordination variable on basketball dribbling skills and did not have a real mediating influence on the independent and bound variables. The results of hypothesis seven, obtained sobel test statistical values of -0.155 < 1.96 and p-values  of 0.8766 > 0.05, then the results of the motivation variable were not able to mediate the agility variable on basketball dribbling skills and did not have a real mediating influence on the independent and bound variables. Thusly there is a direct influence on several variables studied so that there is a significant influence.
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.74938
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • Evaluation of Physical Education Program Sports and Health Material
           Activities in Water at SMP Negeri 14 Pekanbaru

    • Authors: Iqbal Risman, Argantos Argantos, Ishak Aziz, Wilda Welis, Fiky Zarya
      First page: 294
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the implementation of the physical education learning program for sports and water activities at SMP Negeri 14 Pekanbaru using an evaluation approach to the Context, Input, Process, Product, and Outcome (CIPP) model. The subjects of this study were the principal, and (SPEH) teachers, and students. Data collection is done by Documentation, Observation, and Interview. Descriptive analysis data were analyzed by qualitative descriptive technique. The results showed that the evaluation of the context, the learning materials used were relevant to the 2013 curriculum, but the technical implementation was not carried out as a whole; The input shows the educational background of the teacher in accordance with the qualifications of the SPEH teacher and the background of the students being able to carry out learning, the SPEH infrastructure facilities that support activities in the water are not provided by the school. The process includes the implementation of SPEH learning that has been going quite well; The product of student learning outcomes and the average class value are in the good enough category; Outcome is the impact on students the importance of learning PJOK for health and daily life. In general, the learning program has been guided by (BSNP), but not yet fully in accordance with national education standards, which include conformity with the implementation of learning with the delivered lesson plans, PJOK facilities and infrastructure, water activity materials are still inadequate, as well as the implementation and method of giving SPEH learning scores. also not up to standard
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.74017
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • The Effect of Learning Model Variations on Student Concentration in
           Solving Problems: A Comprehensive Study

    • Authors: Adri Budiwanto, Eddy Marheni, Nurul Ihsan, Nuridin Widya Pranoto, Eko Purnomo, Fiky Zarya
      First page: 302
      Abstract: Problem solving is a prerequisite for one's survival. A person's inability to solve problems will have a direct impact on his life, including students who are faced with various problems both at school and outside school. Weak problem solving of children can have a negative impact on the decisions taken in dealing with problems so that problems are increasingly tangled and even become one of the causes of student failure and juvenile delinquency. This study aims to see the effect of giving two different learning models based on the level of concentration of students in solving problems. This research is a quasi-experimental research with a treatment design by level 2x2 which concerns two factors. The population in this study was all grade XI students of SMA Negeri 1 Bungo which amounted to 254 students. The sampling technique in this study used a simple random sampling technique. Data was obtained using questionnaires with the instruments used were Grid Concentration test and Problem solving inventory. Data were analyzed using two-track ANOVA at significance level α=0.05. The normality test uses the Liliefors test and the Homogeneity Variance test uses the Bartlett test with a significant level of α=0.05. The results of the data analysis showed that: (1) Overall, there are differences in problem-solving abilities between discovery and cooperative learning models (Sig. 0.048 < 0.05) (2) There is an interaction between learning models and concentration in solving problems (Sig. 0.025 < 0.05) (3) In groups that have high concentration, the discovery learning model is more effective than the cooperative learning model (Sig. 0.003 < 0.020) (4) In groups that have low concentration, the discovery learning model does not can differ with the cooperative learning model group (Sig. 0.996 > 0.05).
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.74016
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
  • Comparison of the Impact of Traditional Games and Small Games on
           Students' Physical Fitness

    • Authors: May Nadira Yovira, Bafirman HB, Eri Barlian, Emral Emral, Fiky Zarya
      First page: 308
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is for teachers to know which game method is more feasible to use for the preparation of physical education learning programs on physical fitness. This type of research is quantitative associative with a quasi-experimental approach. The design of this study is a 2 x 2 factorial design. The population in this study was all students of SDN 67/V Tanjung Bojo, Batang Asam District, Tanjung Jabung Barat Regency, Jambi, totaling 117 people. Samples were taken using probability sampling, namely proportionate stratified random sampling divided by simple random sampling totaling 24 students, then grouped using matching ordinal pairing. The research instrument uses the TKJI test (Indonesian Physical Fitness Test). Data were analyzed by path analysis through 2-path AVAVA testing at α = 0.05. The results of hypothesis testing show: (1) There are differences in the level of physical fitness based on the provision of game forms where it is found in the table of hypothesis test results on the game row that a significance value of 0.000 is obtained, (2) There are differences in physical fitness levels based on test tests where there is a hypothesis test result table on the test row obtained a significance value of 0.001, (3) There is an interaction between game forms and test tests in determining the level physical fitness where found in the table of hypothesis test results in the test game row obtained a significance value of 0.04, (4) The average value of pre-test results of the physical fitness level of children who were given small games (15,917) was higher than children who were given traditional games (13,833), (5) The average post-test score of the physical fitness level of children given small games (15.33) was higher than children who were given traditional games (17,500). It was concluded that the provision of learning programs with small or traditional game methods both have an influence on students' physical fitness, but small games with modifications focused on students will have more influence on physical fitness
      PubDate: 2023-10-11
      DOI: 10.15294/active.v12i3.72683
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 3 (2023)
       
 
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