Tandiyo Rahayu
Semarang State University

Published : 46 Documents
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Pengaruh Latihan Aquarobik Terhadap Jumlah Hitung Lekosit Pada Wanita Obesitas Di Kota Semarang Mukarromah, Siti Baitul; Susanto, Hardhono; Riwanto, Ign.; Rahayu, Tandiyo
Media Ilmu Keolahragaan Indonesia Vol 3, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

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The capacity of physical ability can be improved through doing an exercise which is according to the intensity, duration and frequency. Exercise can improve the immunity system and influence the leucocyte. The number of pheripheral leucocyte can be the resource of  information for the diagnostics and prognose the description of organ damage and the recovery  after physical training. The purpose of this study to investigate the influence of aquarobic exercises to  leucocyte count .This study is experimental with pretest-posttest control group design. The subjects for this study is a women Obese I, 45-50 years old, they were 24  person. The subjects of study were given aquarobic exercises until the reached the targeted heartbeats which is 75% of the maximum heartbeats, duration 60 minutes, 8 weeks aquarobics exercises. The physical activity was done for a moment. Before and after doing the activity, the pheripheral blood was taken to examine leucocyte count. The result of study reveals that there is significantly increasing a value of the average leucocyte count  before aquarobic exercises. Based on the result of study, it can be concluded that aquaribics exercises change leucocyte count on Obes I Women.
Developing Instruments to Measure Long Passing and Shooting Skills of the Football School Students of Medan City Nusri, Ardi; Setijono, Hari; Rahayu, Tandiyo; Soegiyanto, Soegiyanto
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 6 No 3 (2018): October 2018
Publisher : The Journal of Educational Development

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The preliminary study gives the result that the Football School (SSB) trainers in Medan City do not yet have adequate long passing and shooting skill measuring instruments. They rely on observation only in assessing their students’ achievement. Assessment that is based on observation has many weaknesses, one of which is the high element of subjectivity. This study aims to produce instruments to measure the studentss long passing and shooting skills. This is a research and development study. The authors used experimental methods in this study through the following steps, (a) draft development, (b) validation, (c) small group tryouts, and (d) extended group trials. The small group tryouts were conducted three times and the extended group trial was administered once. In the extended group trial the authors involved 150 male students of 8 SSB. Based on factorial analysis (validity test) and test and retest (reliability test), the result is that the long passing and shooting instruments are valid (P <000) and reliable (R> 0.6). Thus, this measuring instrument is very good for measuring long passing and shooting skills of the SSB students.
Substitution Program in Indonesia and Australia as Health Promotion Model at Schools Handayani, Oktia Woro Kasmini; Macdonald, Doune; McCuaig, Louise; Rahayu, Tandiyo; Budiono, Irwan; Windraswara, Rudatin; Fauzi, Lukman; Siyam, Nur
Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat Vol 12, No 2 (2017): Jurnal KEMAS Vol.12 No.2 : January 2017
Publisher : Jurusan Ilmu Kesehatan Masyarakat Fakultas Ilmu Keolahragaan

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Obesity has been increasing as much as twice on age 6-12 years. The increase is happening both in Indonesia and Australia. The objective of this research is to construct a program model in Australia that can be substituted to be a health promotion model at School in effort to suppress child obesity. Research was conducted in 2014 with qualitative approach. Instruments used are as follow 1) Secondary data filling form 2) In depth interview guidence instrument 3) FGD (Focus Group Discussion) and BST (Brain Storming Technique). The informations were obtained by purposive and snowball technique. Data analysis by Miles and Huberman model. Substitution model is based on consideration that applied model has potential to be developed and other models whether internal or external ones in Indonesia. The model will be substituted by considering school condition and situation. School Health Unit (SKU) is a potential platform to promote health by these activities 1) Formal health education as taken place curricullum 2) Informal health education in forms of (1) health education information (2) Self health behaviour monitoring and control (3) Health promotion by doing healthy life (4) distribution of health education booklet to teachers and parents.
Effect of Aquarobic and Weight Training on Cortisol Levels in Obese Women Mukarromah, Siti Baitul; Susanto, Hardhono; Rahayu, Tandiyo
Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat Vol 12, No 1 (2016): JURNAL KESEHATAN MASYARAKAT (KEMAS) JULY 2016
Publisher : Jurusan Ilmu Kesehatan Masyarakat Fakultas Ilmu Keolahragaan

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Exercise is physical stress which potentially causes disruption of homeostasis, especially in sports that is excessively done. Weight Training (LB) and Aquarobic Exercise (LA) can be modulators of handling stress. This research aims at investigating the effect of the difference between LB and LA to physical stress in obese women. The study was conducted in 2014. The method used in this study was randomized experimental pretest-posttest control group design in 36 obese women, aged 45-50 years who were divided into 3 groups, group LB 50% RM, 3 sets, 12 repetition, treatment two times a day for 8 weeks (n = 12), LA 75% HRmax, treatment 2 days for 8 weeks (n = 12) and control group (n = 12). Body Mass Index (BMI) and cortisol levels were measured before and after the treatment. Hypothesis testing was conducted using test (One-Way ANOVA and Kruskal-Wallis) and the mean difference test (Tukey HSD and Mann Whitney’s). The results of BMI is increased in the WT group and is decreased in LA group as compared to control group (p <0.05). The decrease of cortisol level is higher than in LA and LB group and controls (p <0.05). LB and LA affect the physical stress that is characterized by the increase in cortisol levels in obese women. Conclusion: LB is more dominant than LA in increasing physical stress.
IMPROVING BASIC MOVEMENTS AND HEALTH OF MENTALLY DISABLED STUDENTS THROUGH ADAPTIVE PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES Sumaryanti, Sumaryanti; Rahayu, Tandiyo; Amirullah, Hari; Rahayu, Setya; Rukmini, Dwi
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 1 No 1 (2013): June 2013
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The research aims at developing a learning model of adaptive physical activities(APA) for improving basic movements and health of mentally disabled students ina disabled elementary school at Bantul regency; therefore it is a research and development.There are 5 steps used by the researcher : a preliminary study, planning,expert validation, empirical validation and effectiveness testing. The small scale implementationtesting was done to 13 disabled students whereas the large scale, 42students of 3 graders of disabled elementary school. The effectiveness testing usesan experimental research within one pre and post test group. The group consists of27students of Plered Disabled Elementary School. The research observation instrumentuses Likert scale and ratting-scale. The proposed learning models are: KidKomodo football, waves in the sea, knowing shapes, frog circus and air bubble.These models prove effective for mentally students of disabled elementary school.Both the small scale implementation testing and the large scale one result in theimprovement of basic physical movements of the students. The secondary result isthat teachers of physical education and health find the models easy to do and thestudents get fun being taught using them.
EVALUATION OF THE 2013 CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SPORT AND HEALTH Boleng, Lukas Maria; Rahayu, Tandiyo
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 4 No 2 (2016): November 2016
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This research is meant to find out the students’ reaction on the learning environment and learning achievement of Physical Education, Sport and Health (PESH) based on 2013 curriculum, to find out the students’ behaviour in PESH teaching and learning, and to find out the overall implementation of 2013 curriculum. This is an evaluation study by using a quantitative method. The sample was seventh and eighth graders, teachers, and parents. The data were collected by using questionnaires and analyzed by using a descriptive quantitative analysis. The results of the study show that the students’ learning achievement is not yet high and the students perceive that the learning environment for the 2013 curriculum implementation pada pilot JHSs in South Central Timor District is not yet adequate. On the students’ behaviour on the school learning environment, the students have not applied them in their daily life activities. Additionally, the 2013 curriculum is not yet implemented comprehensively as expected.
MULTIFUNCTION TOOLS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SPORTS AND HEALTH AT ELEMENTARYSCHOOL Supriyanto, Dwi; Rahayu, Tandiyo; -, Soegiyanto; Rahayu, Setya
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 2 No 1 (2014): June 2014
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This research is aimed at developing and resulting a multifunction tool and an example of effective learning which is acceptable for Physical Education, Sports and Health learning for Elementary students. This research is model development of the learning tool for elementary students.  This research is conducted in several stages: 1) designing draft of initial product, 2) expert validation, 3) small scale trial, 4) First stage revision, 5) Large scale trial, and 6) Second Stage revision (Final revision). The results of the research are: 1)development of multifunction tools. 2) the result of product effectiveness test at SD Negeri 2 Trimodadi, SD Negeri 2 RatuAbungdan SD Negeri 1 RatuAbung is obtained at the average of pulse increase about 62,81%. 3) The test result of product acceptability on internal and external aspect is at the average of 94,58%.
Effect of Aquarobic and Weight Training on Cortisol Levels in Obese Women Mukarromah, Siti Baitul; Susanto, Hardhono; Rahayu, Tandiyo
KEMAS: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat Vol 12, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Department of Public Health, Faculty of Sport Science, Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/kemas.v12i1.5510

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Exercise is physical stress which potentially causes disruption of homeostasis, especially in sports that is excessively done. Weight Training (LB) and Aquarobic Exercise (LA) can be modulators of handling stress. This research aims at investigating the effect of the difference between LB and LA to physical stress in obese women. The study was conducted in 2014. The method used in this study was randomized experimental pretest-posttest control group design in 36 obese women, aged 45-50 years who were divided into 3 groups, group LB 50% RM, 3 sets, 12 repetition, treatment two times a day for 8 weeks (n = 12), LA 75% HRmax, treatment 2 days for 8 weeks (n = 12) and control group (n = 12). Body Mass Index (BMI) and cortisol levels were measured before and after the treatment. Hypothesis testing was conducted using test (One-Way ANOVA and Kruskal-Wallis) and the mean difference test (Tukey HSD and Mann Whitneys). The results of BMI is increased in the WT group and is decreased in LA group as compared to control group (p <0.05). The decrease of cortisol level is higher than in LA and LB group and controls (p <0.05). LB and LA affect the physical stress that is characterized by the increase in cortisol levels in obese women. Conclusion: LB is more dominant than LA in increasing physical stress.
Peran metode pembelajaran praktik dalam meningkatkan minat kewirausahaan mahasiswa PJKR FIK UNNES dibidang olahraga Rahayu, Tandiyo; Castyana, Billy; Wijayanti, Dwi Gansar Santi; Hanani, Endang Sri
Journal Power Of Sports Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas PGRI Madiun

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Basically entrepreneurship is how to form the mindset, attitude, and behavior of people to become an entrepreneur. In addition, giving soft-skill to the students is also one way to equip students so they can have the character as entrepreneur. Soft-skill can be obtained through learning that prioritizes the approach of field practice, so that students can have real work experience. Segers (2004) stated that one of the key characteristics of effective learning and assessment models is to focus on high skills or competencies relevant to their future work. The aim of this study is to find out the role of field study for improving sport entrepreneurship’s interest on physical education students. This quantitative study was conducted using a 5-point likert survey method consist of three dependent variables and one independent variable with 115 respondents from Physical Education students. The data showed that the value of R is 0.662, this indicates that there is a moderate or strong relationship between field study (X) on entrepreneurship interest (Y). R square value of 0.439 could be interpreted that the field study can affect entrepreneurial interest of 43.9% while the remaining 56.1% is explained by other variables not examined in this study. Through the result of this study, we could see that field study has role to enhance the entrepreneurship’s interest, though there are other factors affect, such as the curriculum and educators.
EVALUATION OF THE PHYSICAL FITNESS AMONG THE STUDENTS OF SMP NEGERI UNGGUL IN THE DISTRICT OF ACEH BESAR Marlina, Yeni; Rahayu, Tandiyo
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 5 No 1 (2017): February 2017
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This study is entitled "Evaluation of Physical Fitness among the Students of SMP Negeri Unggul in the District of Aceh Besar". In essence, physical fitness is a condition that reflects a persons ability to perform productive tasks without experiencing fatigue, which means that the stored energy is still available. This study aims to determine the level of physical fitness of the students of Superior Junior High Schools (SMP Negeri Unggul) in Aceh Besar District. The method in this research was descriptive research method. The population in this study was all of the superior Junior High Schools in the District of Aceh Besar. The sampling technique in this research was cluster sampling based on the location of the region, namely the highlands, lowlands and coastal areas. The samples in this study were the SMP Negeri 3 Ingin Jaya, SMP Negeri 1 Peukan Bada and SMP Negeri 1 Mesjid Raya. The number of samples in this study was 114 consisting of 44 females and 70 males. The data collection technique in this research was the field measurements using the Indonesia Physical Fitness Test (IPFT). The data in this study were analyzed using a percentage test. The result showed that the physical fitness of the students of SMP Negeri Ungul in Aceh Besar District was in the category of poor. It can be elaborated as follows. 0% in the very good category, 8% in the good category, 31% in the average category, 61% in the poor category, and 0% in the very poor category. The Junior High School learners in Aceh Besar District are suggested to be more enthusiastic in improving their physical fitness so that they can easily perform everyday activities. The physical education teachers are expected to provide teaching materials so that the motor movement towards the physical fitness of students increases.