Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran

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ISSN / EISSN : 2548-7833 / 2477-3379
Published by: Universitas Nusantara PGRI Kediri (10.29407)
Total articles ≅ 141
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M. Fransazeli Makorohim, Mimi Yulianti, Alficandra Alficandra
Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran, Volume 8, pp 44-58; https://doi.org/10.29407/js_unpgri.v8i1.17657

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Terompah Panjang is a traditional game in Riau that needs attention. This study aims to analyze how to play and play equipment in the game. The method used is descriptive qualitative. Data were obtained by distributing questionnaires to adolescents in Riau by random sampling in the form of questions about the experience of playing the game Terompah Panjang. The sample was obtained based on teenagers who live and represent each region in Riau Province, as many as 65 teenagers. Data collection techniques through documentation techniques. Adolescents who are sampled meet the requirements as late teens (17-25 years) from the aspect of age and area of ​​residence, which are the general public. Data collection techniques through documentation techniques. Based on the study results, it was concluded that the perspective of Riau youth in the Terompah Panjang game was that this game did not have standard rules, both in the division of teams and the number of teams, and even the length of time from the track. The game is only based on an agreement in each area. Teenagers in Riau tend to play in their home environment, not at festivals organized by the local government or related agencies.
Rama Kurniawan, Ega Yusti Sianti, Annisaa Annisaa, Suni Rohana
Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran, Volume 8, pp 29-43; https://doi.org/10.29407/js_unpgri.v8i1.17684

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Patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are increasing daily, requiring appropriate intervention. Martial arts can improve their social, emotional, and executive functioning. This study uses karate martial art to reduce social dysfunction, emotional dysfunction, and stereotyped behavior in children with autism. The Single Subject Research (SSR) method was used with an A-B design that includes two research stages: baseline and intervention stages. Data was collected using a questionnaire adapted from ICD-10 and DSM-IV once a week. The samples used were four children with autism in SLB Lab UM. After training for six weeks, the data were analyzed using the SSR method to present the results in graphical form. The study results illustrated that the emotional, social, and executive functions in children with ASD increased. Karate training can be used as therapy for children with autism to improve and develop their social, emotional, and executive functions. This research has a limited number of involved subjects and needs an extended duration of intervention for future research. This research confirmed that karate could be an alternative therapy to improve the development of students with autism.
Galih Dwi Pradipta, Wawan Sundawan Suherman, Bernadeta Suhartini, Dhedhy Yuliawan, Osa Maliki
Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran, Volume 8, pp 157-168; https://doi.org/10.29407/js_unpgri.v8i1.17616

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This research was conducted based on problems in learning in the development of physical motor skills, especially the gross motor skills of Asy Syaffa Kindergarten students. This study aims to determine the use of Si Buyung's gymnastics in improving gross motor skills in early childhood in Asy Syaffa Kindergarten. The experimental method was applied in this study by giving 14 treatments, including pretest and posttest. The research subjects were 24 students with the sampling technique, namely purposive sampling. This research instrument uses the Gross Motor Test, which consists of a 50-meter sprint test, Dodgin run, Standing Broad Jump test, Soft Ball Throw test, Wall Pass test, Medicine Ball put test. The results of hypothesis testing found that there was an effect of Si Buyung's gymnastics on the gross motor skills of early childhood. With the conclusion criteria t count > t table, 4,062 > 2,068 and the value of sig. 2-tailed 0.000 < 0.05 so that the hypothesis is accepted. So this study proves that Si Buyung's gymnastics can improve motoric movement in early childhood. The implications of this research are expected to be an alternative for kindergarten teachers as a learning approach to developing children's gross motor movements.
Novita Novita, Putra Oka Harahap, Ramlan Sahputera Sagala, Ahmad Muchlisin Natas Pasaribu
Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran, Volume 8, pp 131-144; https://doi.org/10.29407/js_unpgri.v8i1.17810

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The necessity of power in volleyball is to support the game's technique. Volleyball players' leg muscles must be strong enough to sustain techniques like smashes, blocks, and serves. Proper workouts, such as plyometric exercises, should reinforce the importance of muscular leg power. This study aims to determine the impact of plyometric side-to-side box shuffle and leap to box exercises on leg muscle power and determine which workouts are more successful in developing volleyball participants' limb muscular explosiveness. This is an experimental study with a "Two Groups Prettest Posttest Design" as the research design. The sample size for this study was up to 30 female athletes, with Purposive Sampling being employed as the sampling strategy. The samples were randomly split into two groups. The vertical leap test was utilized to determine the strength of the limb muscles in this research. Normality tests, homogeneity tests, and t-tests are used in data analysis. The results revealed a sig value of 0.918, indicating a difference in enhancing muscular leg strength in footballers between side-to-side box shuffle and leap to box workouts. Jump to box training improves muscular leg strength more than side-to-side box shuffle training, with a ratio of rises of 22.00 percent and 16.73 percent, respectively.
Muhammad A'Raaf Hidayatullah, Muchsin Doewes, Sapta Kunta Purnama
Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran, Volume 8, pp 118-130; https://doi.org/10.29407/js_unpgri.v8i1.17742

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Flexibility is an important basic component in sports activities, which supports the achievement of the maximum performance of an athlete. Exercises are needed for stretching proper this study aimed to determine: (1) the effect of passive static stretching on shoulder flexibility, (2) the effect of Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) stretching on shoulder flexibility (3) determine which exercise is better on shoulder flexibility between stretching and PNF. the method used is experimental with pretest and post-test design. The research sample was 16 students of the Sport Coaching Education study program, Faculty of Sport, Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta. research data was obtained using the sit and reach test. Data analysis using an independent sample test with the help of the SPSS 22.0 program. The results of the study (1) passive static stretching effect on togok flexibility, the test results show the value of sig. 0.00 < 0.05. (2) practice PNF affects the flexibility of stakes. The study results show that both passive tactical stretching exercises and PNF exercises have a significant effect on increasing flexibility, but empirical data states that PNF exercise is more effective in increasing flexibility.
Laily Mita Andriana, Luh Putu Ratna Sundari, I Made Muliarta, Kunjung Ashadi, Arif Rahman Nurdianto
Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran, Volume 8, pp 59-80; https://doi.org/10.29407/js_unpgri.v8i1.17685

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One of the efforts to prevent the overreaching condition is by doing a recovery phase after exercise. The quality and quantity of recovery influence the effectiveness of recovery. The effectiveness of recovery can be observed by heart rate and body temperature after recovery. This study aims to compare active recovery and passive recovery after moderate-intensity continuous training on heart rate and body temperature. The research method used is quasi-experimental and uses a two-group pre and post-test design. Based on the Pocock formula, the research subjects used were 40 women aged 24 years to 35 years. The data collected include heart rate and body temperature. The data analysis techniques used were normality test, treatment effect test (paired sample t-test), and difference test (independent samples t-test). The results showed that active recovery was better than passive recovery to optimizing post-exercise heart rate (p<0.05). Active recovery was better than passive recovery in optimizing body temperature (p<0.05). It was concluded that active recovery after moderate-intensity continuous training was better than passive recovery to optimize post-exercise recovery and prevent overreaching.
Frendy Aru Fantiro, Bustanol Arifin, Abdurrohman Muzakki, Edi Setiawan
Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran, Volume 8, pp 13-28; https://doi.org/10.29407/js_unpgri.v8i1.17507

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The purpose of this study is to improve students' mood state and motivation to learn through blended learning versus full online. This research is quantitative with the use of experimental methods. Participants in this study were students from University of Muhammadiyah Malang (n=42) who take physical education courses. The forty-two participants were allocated to the blended learning group (n=21) and full online group (n=21). The instruments in this study used the mood states and motivation questionnaire. The intervention program was carried out for four weeks with three weekly meetings. The raw data in this study will be analyzed using the SPSS application to find the mean and standard deviation, normality test, and homogeneity test. Independent sample t-test was used to test the difference in pre-test and post-test mood state scores and student motivation. The level of significance used in this study is 0.05. The study results found that there was a significant difference in effect between blended learning and full online and the data proved that blended learning had a better effect than full online. This research contributes to developing a learning system that can be used in the new normal era so that lecturers can create optimal lectures.
Luqmanul Hakim, Muhammad Muhyi, Muh. Hanafi, Brahmin Rangga Prastyana, Gatot Margisal Utomo
Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran, Volume 8, pp 145-156; https://doi.org/10.29407/js_unpgri.v8i1.17679

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Fitness is very important for prospective Pilgrims and Pilgrims because fitness can do all activities on Hajj and Umrah, which is famously very heavy. Currently, there is no form of exercise that can improve the fitness of prospective Pilgrims and Umrah pilgrims. The purpose of the study was to determine the effectiveness of the Burjiu program (Bugar Jamaah Hajj and Umrah or Bugarkan Jasmanimu) to support improving physical fitness through movement activities designed to help pilgrims who will perform Hajj and Umrah from a physical perspective. The research method is quasi-experimental research using a pre-test, post-test randomized group design, namely a pre-test of physical fitness level, then carrying out the Burjiu program, which is practiced twice a week and followed by a post-test of fitness level using MFT. The sample of this study was as many as 22 men with an age range varying between 28 to 57 years. Data collection techniques use practice tests, and data analysis techniques use t-test. The results showed that through implementing the Burjiu program, there was no effect on increasing physical fitness in participants, with test results of 0.055 <0.05. The research concludes that the Bujiu program developed and tested in preparing physical conditions has not provided significant changes, so further studies are needed in this study.
Adhe Saputra, Ahmad Muzaffar
Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran, Volume 8, pp 1-12; https://doi.org/10.29407/js_unpgri.v8i1.17668

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Low physical activity levels can cause several degenerative diseases, especially for the elderly. Thus, the research objective was to examine the effects of the lower limb exercises program using a chair on sleep quality, fitness, and the risk for falls in the elderly. The experimental method with a pretest-posttest control group design approach was used in this research with a total of 20 male participants with average (age 66.85 ± 5.63 years, weight 45.75 ± 2.62, height 154.82 ± 5.18 cm, and BMI 19.16 ± 1.86). After doing lower limb exercises for eight weeks, the results showed sleep duration, fitness marked by the 6MWT test, and balance in the experimental group. There were significant differences, while there were no significant differences in the control group. Thus, hopefully, it was found in the research results that the exercise of using a chair for the elderly could help improve aerobic ability and balance. It was positively correlated with decreasing sleep duration problems in the elderly. It had the potential to reduce the risk of getting a history of other diseases that could interfere with the daily lives of the elderly.
Imam Hariadi, , Nurrul Riyad Fadhli
Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran, Volume 8, pp 81-95; https://doi.org/10.29407/js_unpgri.v8i1.17724

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Talent Identification is essential to identify the potential of young athletes to succeed in senior elite sports. This study aimed to identify talent in sports among children in Malang. This research was an observational cross-sectional study involving 356 children (68% boys) who were purposively selected in Malang city based on age criteria (age 11 years old). Several tests and measurements were conducted for talent identification, including anthropometric tests, eye-hand coordination, leg muscle power, arm muscle power, agility, speed, and VO2max. Sports talent identification was conducted based on Norm developed by Narlan and Juniar. The results were matched into a sports talent profile table according to the age and gender of the participants. Results with the sports branch profile norms were matched, if the test results were at least the same or better than the sports study program, then the child was "talented" in that sport. The results of data analysis showed that two children (0.56%) were in the potential category, 58 children (16.29%) were in the moderately potential category, 172 children (48.31%) were in the low potential category, and 124 children (34.83 %) were included in the non-potential category. Judo, triple jump, long jump, high jump, javelin throw, table tennis, and shot put were sports identified as gifted by children in the categories of potential, moderate, and low potential. The results of the study report that children have the potential to be able to excel in Judo, triple jump, long jump, high jump, javelin throw, table tennis, and shot put.
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