Jurnal Porkes

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ISSN / EISSN : 2614-8781 / 2614-8781
Published by: Universitas Hamzanwadi (10.29408)
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Ruslan Abdul Gani, Universitas Singaperbangsa Karawang Pendidikan Jasmani Kesehatan Dan Rekreasi, Edi Setiawan, Dhika Bayu Mahardhika, Bangbang Syamsudar, Sekolah Tinggi Keguruan Dan Ilmu Pendidikan Pasundan Pendidikan Jasmani Kesehatan Dan Rekreasi
Published: 30 June 2022
Journal: Jurnal Porkes
Jurnal Porkes, Volume 5, pp 105-116; https://doi.org/10.29408/porkes.v5i1.5176

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Motivation in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic is a very important element in maintaining the physical condition of athletes in training, with high motivation, the achievements of swimming athletes will obtain far more optimal performance results. This study aims to determine the perceptions of athletes, parents and coaches regarding exercise motivation during the Covid-19 pandemic.Motivation in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic is a very important element in maintaining the physical condition of athletes in training, with high motivation, the achievements of swimming athletes will obtain far more optimal performance results. This study aims to determine the perceptions of athletes, parents and coaches regarding exercise motivation during the Covid-19 pandemic.The population in this study were swimming athletes, parents and swimming coaches, the sample selection using purposive sampling technique. The motivational instrument used is in the form of a questionnaire conducted through interviews with the research sample.The results of the study showed that athletes and coaches had a high desire and motivation in training, but the parents did not give permission, because they were worried about the safety of their children practicing swimming which could allow them to be exposed to the Covid-19 virus. Thus, the athlete's motivation in participating in training is included in the high category and this condition must be maintained in order to get the optimal target.
Panca Sukma Wijaya Octaviano, Muhad Fathoni
Published: 30 June 2022
Journal: Jurnal Porkes
Jurnal Porkes, Volume 5, pp 45-56; https://doi.org/10.29408/porkes.v5i1.5111

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This research intend to knowing the effectiveness of the implementation of social media-based physical sports and healtheducation using whatsapp at SDN Angkatanlor 02. The thing that underlies this research is distance learning activities implemented by the government. Therefore, SDN Angkatanlor 02 apply learning PJOK online using social media whatsapp. But it is not yet known how the effectiveness of learning PJOK use whatsapp in SDN Angkatanlor 02. This research is a qualitative descriptive. The research samples used PJOK teacher and 30 students from class 3, 4, and 5. The data collection teqnichues used method observation, interview, and documentation. The results of this research are learning physical education, sports and health using social media whatsapp has proven to be effective at SDN Angkatanlor 02. This is proven based on: 1. Good technology access from teachers and students, 2. The ability to use technology that is qualified by teachers and students, 3. Teacher activities in good teaching styles and strategies, and 4. Student activities in learning habits using good social media.
I Gusti Putu Ngurah Adi Santika, I Gst Ngr Agung Cahya Prananta
Published: 30 June 2022
Journal: Jurnal Porkes
Jurnal Porkes, Volume 5, pp 1-11; https://doi.org/10.29408/porkes.v5i1.5161

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The purpose of this study was to find the relationship between eye-foot coordination and leg muscle power on momtong dollyo chagi kicks. This research is a correlational research that looks for the relationship between the independent and dependent variables. The number of samples is 30 students of Taekwondo Club Waringin Denpasar City, taken by purposive sampling technique where the sample criteria are 11-14 years old. The results obtained through a simple regression test the existence of a relationship between eye-foot coordination with momtong dollyo chagi kicks with an R value of 0,131. Through a simple regression test, there is a relationship between leg muscle power and momtong dollyo chagi kick with an R value of 0,159. Meanwhile, through the multiple regression test, there is no simultaneous relationship between eye-foot coordination and leg muscle power on momtong dollyo chagi kicks with an R value of 0,182. From the results of the discussion, it can be concluded that there is a relationship between eye-foot coordination with momtong dollyo chagi kicks, and there is a relationship between leg muscle power and momtong dollyo chagi kicks. However, there is no simultaneous relationship between eye-foot coordination and leg muscle power on momtong dollyo chagi kicks.
Yusril Keswando, Vera Septi Sistiasih, Tulus Marsudiyanto
Published: 30 June 2022
Journal: Jurnal Porkes
Jurnal Porkes, Volume 5, pp 168-177; https://doi.org/10.29408/porkes.v5i1.4996

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Volleyball is a team sport, so players must work together and support each other to become a cohesive team. Thus, to become a compact team or team, all players must have good volleyball skills. The skills of a volleyball player are used to master the basic techniques in volleyball, namely passing, serving, block and smash. The purpose of this research is to find out how good the basic technical skills of volleyball athletes in Sragen Regency are. The method in this study used a survey method while the data collection technique used a test instrument. The results of this study based on the results of descriptive analysis of research data from upper passing, lower passing, upper serving, lower serving and smashes. people (42.42%), “Medium” 12 people (36.36%), “Poor” 0 people (0.00%), “Poorly” 0 people (0.00%). For sons, "Very Good" 2 people (22.22%), "Good" 6 people (66.67%), "Medium" 1 person (11.11%), "Poor" 0 people (0.00%) , “Not once” 0 people (0.00%). Meanwhile for female athletes, 5 people (20.83%), "Good" 8 (33.33%), "Medium" 11 people (45.83%), "Poor" 0 people (0.00 %), “Not once” 0 people (0.00%).
Bayu Akbar Harmono, Pendidikan Jasmani Univesitas Pgri Adibuana, Muhammad Wahyono, Suryansah Suryansah
Published: 30 June 2022
Journal: Jurnal Porkes
Jurnal Porkes, Volume 5, pp 211-219; https://doi.org/10.29408/porkes.v5i1.5753

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This research was motivated by the badminton achievements of the students of PGRI University Surabaya. This achievement actually shows the shortcomings or weaknesses of the women's singles athletes at PGRI University Surabaya. Both in defending the attack or the attack ability that is not optimal, it results in ball errors such as unforce errors and diving errors. So that it produces a number for the opponent. The purpose of this research is to provide answers and scientific evidence about unforce error and dives error in the women's singles match for the students of Universitas PGRI Adi Buana Surabaya. This study uses a quantitative descriptive approach, with the subject of 6 female students at the University of PGRI Adi Buana Surabaya. This study analyzes unforce errors and dives errors in badminton. The results of the analysis of this study are: (1) Unforce error and dive error each have an effect of 28% for unforce error and 72% for dive error
Wulandari Wulandari, Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta Pendidikan Olahraga Fakultas Keguruan Dan Ilmu Pendidikan, Gatot Jariono
Published: 30 June 2022
Journal: Jurnal Porkes
Jurnal Porkes, Volume 5, pp 245-259; https://doi.org/10.29408/porkes.v5i1.5493

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The results of this study indicate that the use of the Jigsaw type of cooperative learning model has a positive impact on improving students' physical fitness learning outcomes. The research method used is Classroom Action Research (CAR) with 18 students in Class IV as the subject. Based on the results of the research data, it can be concluded: (1) The initial data is known before the action is given, it can be explained that the majority of students have not shown learning outcomes with a percentage of learning completeness 0% with a total of 0 students, or students who get scores in a good category in the range of values 80-89 with completeness criteria as many as 0 students (0%), students who obtained scores in the sufficient category in the range of values 70-79 in the sufficient category with completeness criteria as many as 0 students (0%) while students who did not complete as many as 18 students with grades percentage of 100% or each in the range of values from 60 to 69 in the poor category as many as 8 students (44%) and students in the range of values < 60 in the less category as many as 10 students (56%) and no students in the very good category with value range 90-100. (2) In Cycle I, the average score of learning outcomes was 70.94, there were 11 students (61%) completed, and 7 students (33%) had not. (3) In Cycle II, the average score of the pilot test was 81.82, there were 18 students (100%) completed and 0 students (0%) incomplete. It increased from 0% at the initial condition, to 61% at the end of cycle I and increased to 100% at the end of cycle II. Thus this proves that the application of the jigsaw type of cooperative learning model has a positive effect on increasing students' willingness to exercise.
Irwan Hermawan, Fakultas Pendidikan Islam Dan Keguruan Pendidikan Jasmani, Asep Angga Permadi
Published: 30 June 2022
Journal: Jurnal Porkes
Jurnal Porkes, Volume 5, pp 189-198; https://doi.org/10.29408/porkes.v5i1.5170

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This study aims to examine the learning of hockey skills through a peer teaching model approach. The method used in this study is an experimental method with The Static Pretest-Posttest Design. This study used a sample of 30 students. Based on the results of the analysis conducted by the researcher on the object under study, there is a significant effect of the peer teaching model on improving the learning outcomes of hockey skills. In this study, it is also known that the peer teaching model has a significantly more effective than the conventional model on improving hockey skills learning outcomes. This is because in peer teaching model students learn actively, thereby increasing their learning motivation. With higher learning motivation, students have a strong desire to master the skills taught by their own friends, this makes the learning process more effective so that it has a positive effect on improving learning outcomes. Thus, to improve student learning outcomes in learning hockey skills, peer teaching models can be used which provide high motivation and better influence on improving learning outcomes when compared to conventional learning models.
Ilham Miftahudin, Fakultas Keguruan Ilmu Dan Pendidikan Pendidikan Olahraga, Nurhidayat Nurhidayat
Published: 30 June 2022
Journal: Jurnal Porkes
Jurnal Porkes, Volume 5, pp 220-230; https://doi.org/10.29408/porkes.v5i1.5032

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The purpose of this study was to determine the level of high school skills in UKM students of Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta.  The survey method and data collection techniques for tests and measurements Nurhasan.  The results of this study are based on the results of the Descriptive Analysis of Data frequency and are stated in the form of Percentages and the results of the Descriptive Analysis of Smash Open 1 sample are in the interval 17.16 or fall into the very good category with a score of 2.50%, 11 samples  are in the interval 13.05-17.16 or good category with a score of 27.50%, 15 samples are in the interval 8.93-13.04 or moderate category with a score of 37.50%, 12 samples  are in the interval 4.80-8.92 or in the bad category with a score of 30.00%, and 1 sample is included in the interval < 4.80 or in the very bad category with a score of 3.00%.  And for Smah Semi, 4 samples are in the interval 18.38 or in the very good category with a score of 10.00%, 9 samples are in the interval 13.70-18.38 or good category with a score  of 22.50%, 10 samples were in the interval 9.10-13.69 or the moderate category with a score of 25.00%, 15 samples were in the interval 4.32-9.00 or the poor category with the acquisition of scores  by 37.50%, and 2 samples fall into the interval < 4.32 or very bad category with a score of 5.00%.
Mecca Puspitaningsari, Stkip Pgri Jombang Pendidikan Jasmani, Luky Nawil Satriyawan, Novita Nur Synthiawati
Published: 30 June 2022
Journal: Jurnal Porkes
Jurnal Porkes, Volume 5, pp 231-244; https://doi.org/10.29408/porkes.v5i1.5721

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Adaptive Physical Learning is an integral part of an overall education that aims to develop aspects of physical fitness, movement skills, critical thinking skills, social, reasoning, emotional, mental retardation is a term used to describe children who have intellectual abilities below the average. This study aims to test the modification of playing bocce ball on the throwing ability of moderately mentally retarded students at SLB Paedagogia Maospati for the 2020/2021 academic year. The subjects of this study were students with moderate mental retardation in grade VIII at SLB Paedagogia Maospati for the 2020/2021 academic year. The sample in this study amounted to 1 person because it used Single Subject Research (SSR).The design used in this study is A1 – B – A2. With 8 meetings for thephase baseline A1, Intervention andphase baseline A2. In playing throwing activities, the results of the baseline A1 25 and A2 87 baseline values obtained from the mean level data. The results of this study indicate that the modified effect of playing bocce ball on throwing ability has increased in number from the baseline phase to the intervention phase which indicates a decrease in sedentary behavior from the baseline stage (A1) to the intervention stage (B) decreased in number by (-25%) and there was 0% overlapping of data. And there was an increase in the number of steps from the intervention stage (B) to the baseline stage (A2) by (+8%) and there was 0% overlapping of data.
Satrio Sakti Rumpoko, Karlina Dwi Jayanti, Rima Febrianti3, Arif Rohman Hakim, Sunjoyo Sunjoyo, Vera Septi Sistiasih
Published: 30 June 2022
Journal: Jurnal Porkes
Jurnal Porkes, Volume 5, pp 260-271; https://doi.org/10.29408/porkes.v5i1.5635

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Physical fitness is an important physical component and must be possessed by Sports Education students, because most of the courses offered are practical courses. One of the basic physical fitness that must be possessed is cardiorespiratory endurance. The purpose of this study was to determine the level of basic physical fitness of cardiorespiratory endurance students of the FKIP UMS sports education study program batch 2021. To determine the level of a person's cardiorespiratory endurance can be done by measuring maximum oxygen (VO2max) by means of tests and measurements of running MFT (Multistage Fitness Test). This type of research is quantitative descriptive research which is stated in the form of a percentage. The population of this study used all active students of the FKIP UMS Sports Education Study Program batch 2021 totaling 120 students consisting of 105 boys and 15 girls. The results showed that from 120 sports education students there were 10 people or 8% physical fitness level in the very poor category, 17 people or 14% physical fitness level in the less category, 21 people or 18% physical fitness level in the moderate category, 56 people or 47% at the low level. physical fitness is in good category, and there are 16 people or 13% of sports education students who have a physical fitness level in the very good category. Based on the results of this study, it was concluded that the level of basic physical fitness (cardiorespiratory endurance) of the 2021 FKIP UMS sports education students was good. There are 72 people or 60% of the total 120 students are in the good and very good category.
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