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Journal : Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran

The Relationship between Physical Fitness and Sleep Quality Safaringga, Ellen; Herpandika, Reo Prasetiyo
Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran Vol 4 No 2 (2018): Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran
Publisher : UNIVERSITAS NUSANTARA PGRI KEDIRI

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This study aims to determine the relationship of physical fitness with sleep quality. The research approach used is quantitative, using correlation techniques. The populationin this study were 192 students of 2014 study program Penjaskesrek Nusantara Nusantara University PGRI. The sample in the study was taken as many as 38 class of 2014 penjaskesrek students. The technique used in sampling random sampling. Based on the results of the study, obtained the value of r count = 0.408> r table = 0.320 with the value of sig. 0.011 <0.05 (significant level of 5%) then H0 is rejected which means that there is a significant correlation between physical fitness activities and sleep quality. The conclusion is that the level of physical fitness has a strong enough relationship with sleep quality.
The analysis of physical conditions of Puslatkot athletes of Kediri city for "Kediri Emas" in porprov 2019 Herpandika, Reo Prasetiyo; Yuliawan, Dhedhy; Rizky, Muhammad Yanuar
Jurnal SPORTIF : Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran Vol 5 No 2 (2019): Jurnal SPORTIF: Jurnal Penelitian Pembelajaran
Publisher : UNIVERSITAS NUSANTARA PGRI KEDIRI

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This study based on the problems that occurred in the Training Center (Puslatkot) of Kediri City in preparing the athletes for East Java Province Sports Week (Porprov) 2019. Lack of data on the athletes' physical condition became an important issue in implementing the training programs, besides, the condition of the athletes which was poorly monitored caused the progression of the practice principle that would not be applied. This study aimed at finding out the athletes' physical condition which became a basis for trainers' evaluation in determining the training program. This study used descriptive quantitative research methods in which the survey was as a research approach. The instrument used was a physical condition test created by a team from UN PGRI Kediri with 54 athletes as research samples chosen by using a random sampling technique. The results of the study of the overall physical condition of Puslatkot athletes showed that 28% was in the excellent criteria, 31% was in the good criteria, 17% was in the medium criteria, 24% was in the poor criteria, and 0% was in the very poor criteria. It could be concluded that the physical condition of Puslatkot athletes of Kediri City was included in the good criteria with a percentage of 31%.