INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review

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ISSN / EISSN : 2774-2520 / 2746-6965
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Clinyl Mae Chuateco, Dominic Cervantes, Daisy Grace Lipasana, Anjelica Devi Mosqueda, Jaron Requinton, Olivia Dimatulac
INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review, Volume 3, pp 185-198; https://doi.org/10.53905/inspiree.v3i03.90

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The  purpose  of  the study. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted sporting events, which led to the cancellation of games and student-athletes being isolated at home and conducting their training online. The study looked at how student-athletes view themselves and their levels of optimism before and during the pandemic. Materials and methods. The study is a descriptive quantitative research that adapted the constructs of the Athletic Identity Measurement Scale (AIMS) and Revised Life Orientation Test (LOT-R). Slovin’s formula and stratified random sampling were used to select the respondents. Google Form was used to gather data on the 154 UST-IPEA student-athletes. For data analysis, Microsoft Data Analysis ToolPak was used as statistical software. Results. The results show that the factors of Level of Optimism, namely: Gender, Typology of Sports, and Competitive Level, do not affect the student-athletes Level of Optimism before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, the factors of Athletic Identity, namely: Gender, Year Level, and Socioeconomic Status, do not affect the student-athletes’ Athletic Identity before the COVID-19 pandemic. However, one factor that affects the student-athletes’ Athletic Identity during the COVID-19 pandemic is the Typology of Sports. To sum up, the Athletic Identity and Level of Optimism possess a weak correlation. Conclusions. . Based on the results of the study, it is concluded to regularly monitor the student-athletes’ Athletic Identity and Level of Optimism by taking the Athletic Identity Measurement Scale (AIMS) by Brewer & Cornelius (2001) and Revised Life Orientation Test (LOT-R)).
Oki Candra, Wahyudi Wahyudi, Tri Prasetyo
INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review, Volume 3, pp 170-184; https://doi.org/10.53905/inspiree.v3i03.89

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The  purpose  of  the study. The purpose of this study was to find out how deep the response of students to the assignment assigned by the health physical education teacher in determining the number of respondents when the teacher gave physical education assignments. Materials and methods. This research was descriptive quantitative research. The research began by collecting assignments that have been given through online methods to students in the form of google form. The study population was 108 students of SMP IT Raudhatur Rahmah Pekanbaru, Riau. The sample in this study was all students of SMP IT Raudhtaur Rahmah. The sampling technique applied was total sampling. Results. The results obtained based on several assignments that have been given via google form in this study were as follows: For the subject of the passing and catching, dribbling, and shooting on basketball learning, the average scores were 54.25%, 46, 01%, and 42.02%, respectively. Teachers must be more active and creative in packaging the learning process so that it attracts students to take part in the Physical Education learning provided and considering that the response of students in learning physical education during the Covid-19 pandemic was low Conclusions. Online learning was very ineffective as a learning process as it was caused by many factors and can be proven by the low of student response in doing the task which has been given. a solution is needed so that the teaching and learning process can be carried out with an appropriate method so that students are not disadvantaged in the learning activities themselves, which not only receive the knowledge they need, but also includes learning related to the character and emotion that should be given by the teacher in the learning process.
INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review, Volume 3, pp 160-169; https://doi.org/10.53905/inspiree.v3i02.86

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The  purpose  of  the study. The aim was to find the effect of kinematic variables on ball velocity of medium pace bowlers. Materials and methods. A total of 10 male cricket players who were right arm medium pace bowlers were selected for this study. The kinematic variables selected in this study were wrist angle, elbow angle, shoulder angle, hip angle, knee angle, ankle angle, and centre of gravity. Results. A regression equation with R2 value of 0.616 was obtained from the study, i.e., 52.266+0.371 × (right shoulder angle). Conclusions. The study suggests shoulder angle to be important factor in determining ball velocity among medium pace bowlers
INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review, Volume 3, pp 147-159; https://doi.org/10.53905/inspiree.v3i02.80

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The purposeofthe study. Charles Darwin’s concept of the struggle for existence is now converted into a struggle for excellence. The ancient spear and hunting in now converted popular athletic sporting events in the form of javelin throw. Science plays a major role in maximizing the javelin throw's horizontal distance. Tremendous research indicates the various kinematic parameters and their role in better performance. The present analytical study discusses the trends of research in javelin performance and their successful implementation in the actual sporting field. The purpose of the study is to compare the different research findings for better javelin performance on kinematic parameters and analysis of biomechanical parameters such as height, weight, BMI, and performance of the last ten Olympic gold medals holders both male and female javelin throwers. Materials and methods. The meta-analysis was done based on other researchers' research findings. The correlation matrix has been calculated on height, weight, BMI, and performance of ten male and ten female Olympic gold medalists in the javelin throw. Results. The male and female throwers were positively correlated in height and weight and male throwers were negatively correlated in BMI and height. Conclusions. Based on the findings of other researchers the meta-analysis on kinematic parameters was discussed and it indicated that javelin performance is related to the biomechanical aspect of sports and height and weight are positively related for the throwers.
Razali, Muhammad Iqbal
INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review, Volume 3, pp 137-146; https://doi.org/10.53905/inspiree.v3i02.83

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The purpose of this study was to determine the motivation of the Futsal extracurricular participants at SMA Negeri 7 Banda Aceh. This research method uses descriptive research with a qualitative approach by analyzing the level of student motivation in following extracurricular activities. The population in this study were futsal extracurricular participants at SMA Negeri 7 Banda Aceh which consisted of 40 participants. The sampling technique in this study was total sampling. The instruments used to collect research data were the distribution of questionnaires and interviews and were analyzed with simple percentages. We can conclude that based on the results of this futsal research, 50% said they strongly agreed, 40% said they agreed, 7.5% said they did not agree and 2.5% of participants said they disagreed. Researchers can conclude that the motivation of students in doing futsal extracurricular activities at SMA Negeri 7 Banda Aceh is still a lot of participants who have high motivation to take part in the futsal extracurricular activities but there are also participants who only follow their friends without having a sense of motivation to learn things that are part of the activity. of the futsal sport.
Ade Rahmat, Iskandar Iskandar
INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review, Volume 3, pp 106-117; https://doi.org/10.53905/inspiree.v3i02.77

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The  purpose  of  the study. to analyze the factors that affect the learning outcomes of Physical Education, Sports, and Health of class XI students at Senior High School. there are three factors that can affect the learning outcomes of Physical Education, Sports and Health, namely factors contained within students (internal factors), factors that come from outside (external factors) and factors from the learning approach of the students themselves. Materials and methods. The population of this research is class XI State Senior High School. Qualitative descriptive analysis study using data collection techniques and instruments, namely documentation techniques and questionnaire techniques with randomly selected samples. Results. Based on the research results, internal and external factors often affect the learning outcomes of Physical Education, Sports and Health. Conclusions. internal and external factors often affect learning outcomes in Physical Education, Sports and Health. Likewise, the learning approach factors classified as sometimes affect the learning outcomes of Physical Education, Sports and Health.
, , Alficandra Alficandra
INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review, Volume 3, pp 128-136; https://doi.org/10.53905/inspiree.v3i02.85

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The  purpose  of  the study. The aim of this research is to determine the level (VO2Max) in the UIR Student Activity Unit. Materials and methods. The population in this study were 15 female futsal players at the Riau Islamic University. This study uses a descriptive method, which can be interpreted by describing or describing the current state of the research subject/object based on the facts that appear. the type of research is descriptive in which the variables studied are independent about the VO2 max of female futsal players which is measured by the bleeb test. Results. The average score for the VO2 Max level test for the Women's Futsal Student Activity Unit at the University of Isalam Riau with a score of 22.21%. Judging from the norm of the VO2 Max level, the category is classified as not good. Conclusions. Based on the data analysis that has been carried out, it can be concluded that the VO2 Max level of the Players of the Women's Futsal Student Activity Unit with an average value of 22.21% which is located at the interval of 20.00 – 21.27 with a percentage of 40% in the category of Less Once.
INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review, Volume 3, pp 93-105; https://doi.org/10.53905/inspiree.v3i02.78

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The  purpose  of  the study. The purpose of this study is to describe the technique of freestyle swimming in terms of: body position, hand movements, foot movements, breath taking movements and movement coordination. Materials and methods. Determine the level of mastery of the freestyle swimming technique in the students of the Physical Education Study Program at the Universitas Pahlawan who attend basic swimming lectures. Is it classified as very good, good, less or less. This research is descriptive, the population of this research is 20 students. Results. the level of mastery of technique on the body position indicator is 66% and the error rate is 34%, then the hand rotation indicator is 66 % and the error rate is 34%, then the foot movement indicator (Kicking) is 70% and the error rate is 30%. Furthermore, the level of mastery of techniques in breathing (breating) is 68.5% and the error rate is 30%, then the level of mastery of techniques in coordination is 68.5% and the error rate is 31.5%. Conclusions. Concluded that the level of mastery of technique on each indicator of the freestyle swimming technique
INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review, Volume 3, pp 79-92; https://doi.org/10.53905/inspiree.v3i01.76

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The  purpose  of  the study. Through the application of the TPACK - based PBL model , it can improve learning outcomes in the aspect of table tennis service material skills for junior high school students. Materials and methods. The method used is the Action Research Class method with two cycles, each cycle through the stages of planning, action, observation and reflection. The research subjects were 25 students. The data of this research is the result of learning table tennis service and analyzed by using the percentage technique of Sugiyono's theory. Results. Student learning outcomes in the aspect of skills have increased from cycle one to cycle two. aspects of service learning outcomes at the implementation stage the percentage obtained in the first cycle was only 74.3%, an increase in the second cycle to 97.7%. Likewise, at the final stage of cycle one, it was only 35%. students who complete have increased in the second cycle to 81%. Conclusions. The TPACK-based learning problem model makes learning more meaningful and the learning outcomes of Junior High School students experience classical mastery.
INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review, Volume 3, pp 70-78; https://doi.org/10.53905/inspiree.v3i01.74

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The  purpose  of  the study. Reaction time is a determining factor in sports, especially in martial arts. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the reaction time of UKM Karate athletes at Syiah Kuala University. Materials and methods. The approach in this study uses a quantitative approach. The sampling technique used purposive sampling, which means this technique is used to achieve certain goals. The samples in this study were athletes from UKM karate at Syiah Kuala University. The data collection technique was carried out by using the whole body reaction test to measure the reaction time of the athlete's arms and legs. Results. results of the research in the form of a whole body reaction test, the results using the formula for the average value and the total percentage can be concluded: (1) The arm reaction time test with the total average value for male athletes is 0.169 seconds and female athletes are 0.173, and the highest percentage is in the very good category, amounting to 87% for male and female athletes, 75% in the very good category and (2) the limb reaction time test has an average value of 0.269 seconds for male athletes and female athletes of 0.361 seconds, with the highest percentage value amounted to 100% in the good category for male athletes and for female athletes it was in the sufficient category with a percentage of 50%. Conclusions. the analysis show that most athletes have been able to maintain and increase reaction time well, to be able to improve and maintain it, regular and continuous training is needed
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