JIPES - JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT
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JIPES (Journal of Indonesian Physical Education and Sport) is international and multidisciplinary journal that designed to stimulate and communicate high scholarly inquiry related to physical education activities and sports. The JIPES aims to publish articles and news features reflecting items of theoretical, applied, and professional interest drawn in physical education and sports. In particular, the JIPES will seek to emphasize articles that advance best practice in the areas of physical education and sports. JIPES articles publish with vital research regarding physical performance of individuals with intellectual disabilities, adults with traumatic brain injuries, international perspectives on the definition of adapted physical activity, the responsibilities and training needs of educators in physical education, competence satisfaction, and the effects of sport participation on the sport skills and physical self of adolescents. The emphasis is on informative articles of interest for teachers of Health and Physical Education encompassing curriculum in schools, junior sport, nutrition, fitness and physical activity, and insights into future ways of motivating children and young people to be active and health
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DEVELOPING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MODEL FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SPORTS, AND HEALTH PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN LEARNING ORGANIZING

Mu’arifin, Mu’arifin, Kurniawan, Ari Wibowo, Paulina, Febrita

JIPES - JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT Vol 4 No 2 (2018): Journal of Indonesian Physical Education and Sport
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This research aimed at developing and assessing the validity of professionalism coaching model for Physical Education, Sports, and Health (PESH) primary school teachers in conducting lesson. The development method was used to succeed the research. The created prototype models were in forms of three coaching device documents: coaching module, module administration guidance, monitoring guidance, and coaching evaluation. Upon passing expert review, usability test, and pilot assessment, this model had been attested valid, practical, and effective for further being applied as coaching model to build up the professionalims of PESH teachers in conducting lesson. Keywords: professional Development Model, PESH Teacher, Learning Organizing.

THE EFFECT OF VITAL CAPACITY OF THE LUNGS, NUTRITIONAL STATUS, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND EXERCISE MOTIVATION TOWARDS PHYSICAL FITNESS ON THE ATHLETE PACKAGE NATIONAL SPORTS COMMITTEE INDONESIA DEPOK CITY

Sujarwo, Sujarwo, Tangkudung, James, Hanif, Achmad Sofyan

JIPES - JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT Vol 4 No 2 (2018): Journal of Indonesian Physical Education and Sport
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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of vital capacity of the lungs, nutritional status, physical activity and exercise motivation to physical fitness on the athlete Package National Sports Committee Indonesia Depok city.This research uses survey method to see the relationship between variables. Data analysis techniques use path pathology. Path analysis techniques can be used to test the direct and indirect effects on vital capacity of the lungs, nutritional status, physical activity and exercise motivation against Physical fitness the athlete package National sports Committee Indonesia Depok City.Overall, it can be concluded that after tested statistically to empirical data which have been obtained from field, it can be said that the four independent variables namely vital capacity of lungs, nutritional status, physical activity and exercise motivation have significant direct positive influence of physical fitness on on the athlete package National Sports Committee Indonesia Depok city.   Keywords: vital capacity of the lungs, nutritional status, physical activity, exercise motivation and physical fitness

EFFECT OF TEACHING STYLES AND MOTOR ABILITY ON RESULTS LEARNING SEPAK TAKRAW BASIC TECHNIQUES

Zulkifli, Zulkifli, Asmawi, Moch., Hanif, Ahcmad Sofyan

JIPES - JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT Vol 4 No 2 (2018): Journal of Indonesian Physical Education and Sport
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The purpose of this study to find the effectiveness of teaching styles to the basic learning techniques sepaktaraw seen from motor ability. The method used is experiment with 2x3 factorial treatment design. The population used as the target population is the students of Physical Education Health and Recreation Universitas Islam Riau Force 2015/2016 totaling 129 consisting of 115 sons and 14 daughters. Sampling was done by purposive sampling technique. Hypothesis test 1) The difference between the reciprocal teaching style group (A1) and the teaching style group Exercise (A2) worth = 0.035 <0.05, mean H0 is rejected. 2) The difference between the reciprocal teaching style group (A1) and the inclusion teaching style group (A3) = 0.0005 <0.05, H0 is rejected. 3) The difference between the teaching exercise style group (A2) and the inclusion teaching group (A3) = 0,045 <0.05, H0 is rejected. 4) Influence Interaction (Interaction Effect) Fo (AB) worth = 0,000 <0,05 or H0 is rejected. 5) Differences in learning outcomes of basic techniques sepak takraw between reciprocal teaching style that has a high ability motor with practice teaching style that has a low ability motor (A1B1 x A2B1) worth = 0.00 <0.05 or H0 rejected. 6) The difference in learning outcomes of basic techniques sepak takraw between reciprocal forces that have high ability motor with inclusion force that has high ability motor (A1B1 x A3B1) worth = 0,000 <0,05 or H0 is rejected. 7) Differences in learning outcomes of basic techniques sepak takraw between training styles that have high ability motor with an inclusion force that has a high ability motor (A2B1 x A3B1) worth = 0.000 <0.05 or H0 rejected. 8) Differences in learning outcomes of basic techniques sepak takraw between reciprocal teaching styles that have low ability motor with exercise style with low ability motor (A1B2 x A2B2) worth = = 0.485> 0.05 or H0 accepted. 9) Differences in learning outcomes of basic techniques sepak takraw between reciprocal teaching styles that have low ability motor with inclusive teaching style that has low ability motor (A1B2 x A3B2) worth = = 0.025> 0.05 or H0 rejected. 10) Differences in learning outcomes of basic techniques sepak takraw between teaching style exercises that have low ability motor with inclusive teaching style that has low ability motor (A2B2 x A3B2) worth = = 0.029> 0.05 or H0 is rejected.   Keywords: Learning result of basic technique sepak takraw, teaching style and motor ability

AGILITY EXERCISE MODELS OF BADMINTON

Al Farisi, Muh Abd Harits

JIPES - JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT Vol 4 No 2 (2018): Journal of Indonesian Physical Education and Sport
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The purpose of this research and development is to produce a model of agility exercise on badminton. This research uses Research & Development (R & D) development method from Borg and Gall. Stages in this research and development are, at the stage: (1) needs analysis, (2) expert evaluation (initial product evaluation); (3) limited testing (small group trial); (4) main test (field testing), (5) Model effectiveness test. The effectiveness test uses the court agility test to determine the level of athletes fame in mastering the entire game area. Analysis of research data using T test with significance level 0,05. Data analysis is obtained by average value of test data agility as follows pretest: 505.40 and posttest 468.53. So this model of badminton agility training is effective in improving the agility of badminton athletes. Based on the results of the development can be concluded that: (1) With the model of agility exercise for badminton athletes can be developed and applied in the exercise at the club (2) With the agility training model for badminton athletes that have been developed, obtained evidence of this increase in the show on the test data pretest and posttest results of significant differences between before and after the treatment of the model.   Keywords: Development, Model, Agility, Badminton

THE EFFECTS OF EXPLOSIVE LIMB MUSCLE STRENGTH, EYE-FOOT COORDINATION AND SELF-CONFIDENCE IN SHOOTING SKILLS

Rahmansyah, Beriman, Jufrianis, Jufrianis, Tangkudung, James

JIPES - JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT Vol 4 No 2 (2018): Journal of Indonesian Physical Education and Sport
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This path analysis analysis aims to obtain information about the effects of explosive limb muscle strength, eye-foot coordination and self-confidence in shooting skills in soccer athletes in the Middle School / Ragunan State High School (TRADU) and athletes in DKI Jakarta Sport Achievement Center Jakarta. This study uses a quantitative approach, survey method. The subjects in this study were Soccer Athletes at the Ragunan Middle School / Middle School High School Education Center (Special for Sportsmen) and as many as 40 Academic Development Centers for DKI Jakarta. Sampling is done by using Purposive Sampling techniques.Based on the hypothesis test, this study concludes that there is a positive influence between Leg Muscle Explosion Power on Shooting Skills in Soccer Athletes in the Middle School / Ragunan Public High School Education Center (Special For Sportsmen) and DKI Jakarta Achievement Sports Center Athlete at 8.50%. There was a positive influence between Eye-Foot Coordination with Shooting Skills on Soccer Athletes in the Middle School / Ragunan Public Education and Training Center (Special For Athletes) and DKI Jakarta Achievement Sports Center Athlete at 6.24%. There is a positive influence between Confidence and Shooting Skills on Soccer Athletes in the Middle School / Ragunan Public Education and Training Center (Special for Athletes) and Jakartas Achievement Sports Center Athlete at 7.30%. There is a positive influence between the Explosive Power of the Leg Muscles to Self-Confidence in Soccer Athletes in the Middle School / Ragunan Education and Training Center (Special for Athletes) and the DKI Jakarta Achievement Sports Center Athlete 4.94%. There is a positive influence between Foot-Eye Coordination on Self-Confidence in Soccer Athletes in the Middle School / Ragunan National Education and Training Center (Special for Athletes) and DKI Jakartas Achievement Sports Center Athlete at 5.76%. There is a positive influence between Leg Muscle Explosion Power on Eye-Foot Coordination in Soccer Athletes in the Middle School / Ragunan Middle School Education and Training Center (Special For Sportsmen) and DKI Jakartas Achievement Sports Center Athlete at 3.94%. Keywords: Limb Muscle Power, Eye-Foot Coordination, Confidence, and Football Shooting Skills

INFECTIOUS JUMP SKILLS

Pardilla, Herli, Mulyana, Mulyana, Hanif, Achmad Sofyan

JIPES - JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT Vol 4 No 2 (2018): Journal of Indonesian Physical Education and Sport
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The aim of this research is to know the difference of learning method which consists of learning method part (A1), overall method (A2) and combination method (A3) with moderator of motor ability in improving skill. The experiment was conducted by using 2x3 factorial experimental method with population which used as target population. The research was student of Physical Education University of Riau Force 2016/2017 as many as 134 which consist of 89 son and 45 daughter. Sampling was done by selecting 27% of the highest score data and 27% lowest score. Result of hypothesis test 1) difference between group of method part (A1) with group of whole method (A2) equal to t0 (A1 x A2) = -1,699, p-value = 0,096 / 2 = 0,048 <0,05, mean h0 rejected. 2) the difference between the part method group (A1) and the combination method group (A3), worth t0 (A1xA3) = -3.490, p-value = 0.001 / 2 = 0.0005 <0.05, h0 is rejected. 3) the difference between the whole method group (A2) and the combination method group (A3) worth t0 (A2xA3) = -1.791, p-value = 0.080 / 2 = 0.040 <0.05, h0 is rejected. 4) Influence Interaction (Interaction Effect) Fo (AB) = 34,349 with p-value = 0,000 <0,05 or H0 is rejected. This means there is a very significant interaction effect. 5) Differences in skill jump results between high motor and high-motor (A1B1 - A2B1) methods were 3.496, p-value = 0.001 / 2 = 0.0005 <0.05 or H0 rejected. 6) Differences in skill jump results between high motor part and high motor combination method (A1B1 - A3B1) worth = 9.568, p-value = 0,000 / 2 = 0,000 <0.05 or H0 is rejected. 7) Differences in skill jump results between the overall method with high motor and high motor combination method (A2B1 - A3B1) worth = 6,072, p-value = 0.002 / 2 = 0.001 <0.05 or H0 is rejected. 8) The difference in the results of the jump skill between the part method with the low motor and the overall method with low motor (A1B2 - A2B2) worth = 0.286, p-value = 0.680 / 2 = 0.34> 0.05 or H0 is accepted thus, no there are differences.. 9) Differences in skipjack skill results between the low-motor part and low motor combination method (A1B2 - A3B2) = -1,800, p-value = 0.079 / 2 = 0.0395 <0.05 or H0 is rejected .10) Differences in skill jump results between overall and low motor methods and low motorized combination methods (A2B2 - A3B2) = -2.086, p-value = 0.043 / 2 = 0.0215 <0.05 or H0 is rejected. difference.   Keywords: infectious jump skills, learning methods and motor skills

EFFECTIVENESS TEST OF PLAY-BASED FOOTBALL WARM-UP MODEL

Gemael, Qorry Armen

JIPES - JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT Vol 4 No 2 (2018): Journal of Indonesian Physical Education and Sport
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Effectiveness test of play-based football warm-up model involves students of University of Singaperbangsa Karawang who take football courses as research subjects consisting of 150 students. This study was using a quantitative approach. The test was carried out after treatment using True Experimental Design in the form of Pre-test-Post-test Control Group Design. Instrument used in this research and development was a warm-up instrument that was used to collect subject data. The validity test of the instrument sit and reach is 0.979, Static Flexibility Test - Ankle is 0.913, Standing Balance Test is 0.942 while the result of sit and reach reliability test, Static Flexibility Test - Ankle, and Standing balance are 0.940. From the result of validity and reliability test, the warm-up instrument is feasible. Effectiveness test of the model using warm-up tests is needed to determine the readiness of the muscles, joints and body balance, so as to avoid injury after treatment of the model developed. Based on data analysis obtained t-table value is 1.993 with a significance level of 0.05. Because of t-count value 27,765> t-table value 1,993 then H0 is rejected. Based on this information it can be said that the play-based warm-up model in football is effective and can prepare muscles, joint flexibility and body balance so that core activities can be carried out optimally and avoid risk of injury.   Keywords: Effectiveness Test, warm-up models, football, play

THE EFFECT OF POWER LIMBS, SPEED REACTION, FLEXIBILITY AND SELF CONFIDENCE ON THE ACHIEVEMENT OF ELITE ATHLETES ATHLETIC WEST JAVA IN THE TRACK NUMBER

Lengkana, Anggi Setia, Tangkudung, James, Asmawi, Moch.

JIPES - JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT Vol 4 No 2 (2018): Journal of Indonesian Physical Education and Sport
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This study aims to reveal the effect of limb power, reaction speed, flexibility and confidence in the performance of athletic elite athletes on track numbers. This research was conducted at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI) Lab. Sport Faculty of Sport and Health Education (FPOK), with a sample of 31 athletes. The analytical technique used in this study is to use path analysis (Path Analysis), with the aim to identify the influence between variables. The results showed that: (1). Power Limbs affect the achievement of elite athletes by 51.7%. (2). The speed of the reaction had an effect on the achievement of elite athletes by 49.3%. (3). Flexibility has no effect on elite athletes achievement of 0.3%. (4). Confidence affects the achievement of elite athletes by 20%. (5). Limb power affects 40.5% confidence. (6). The speed of the reaction affects the confidence of 30.7%. (7). Flexibility has no effect on confidence of 23.2%.   Keywords: Performance of elite athlete,  athletic, limb power, reaction speed, flexibility and self confidence

DEVELOPMENT OF SKILL TRAINING MODEL FOOTBALL BASIC TECHNIQUES THROUGH APPROACH GLOBAL ANALYTICAL GLOBAL

Putra, Aldo Naza

JIPES - JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT Vol 4 No 2 (2018): Journal of Indonesian Physical Education and Sport
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This study aims to develop an exercise model of basic football technical skills through the Global Analytical Global approach for SSB PSTS students aged 11-12 years. Specifically, the objectives of this study are: To produce a design model of basic football engineering skills training through the Global Analytical Global approach for students aged 11-12 years. And see whether the model of training in basic football technical skills through the Global Analytical Global (GAG) approach is more effective in improving the basic technical skills of playing football for students aged 11-12 years. This research was conducted on soccer students of Padang Tabing PSTS Club aged 11-12 years. Development of a model of training in basic football technical skills through this Global Analytical Global approach uses the Research and Development (R & D) development model of Borg and Gall. Data collection was done by observation, questionnaire questionnaire to see the validation of the model tested in the field. Based on the results of data analysis that has been carried out, starting from the process of making the initial draft of the model, revision of the initial model, small group trials, large group trials, the researchers obtained very satisfying results, where football experts and trainers stated that this model had a purpose good for improving football playing skills. Variations in this model have good quality in improving playing skills. Variations in this model can enrich basic motion. Variations in this model are arranged based on the principle of practice from the easy to the difficult, and the variation of this model is very attractive for students aged 11-12 years. Keywords: Basic Football Technical Skills, Global Analytical Global

2013 BASIC CURRICULUM EDUCATION PROTOTYPE MODEL LEARNING

Samsudin, Samsudin, Sudarso, Sudarso, Khaeroni, Khaeroni

JIPES - JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT Vol 4 No 2 (2018): Journal of Indonesian Physical Education and Sport
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This research and development aims to produce a locomotor-based basic motion learning model for elementary school children. Specifically this study aims to: 1) Produce products based on locomotor basic motion learning models for elementary school children; 2) Test the effectiveness of locomotor-based basic motion learning models for elementary school children. The research method used in this research is the research and development method of Borg and Gall. Pretest and Posttest Exploitation Tests aim to find out whether there is an increase. The research conclusion is stated to be significant if t count> t table at 5% significance level and p <0.05. The average pretest score of the experimental group was 6.15 and the average posttest score was 9.95. so it has increased in the locomotor base motion of 3,800, t count> t table at 5% significant level (33,230> 2,042) and has a p value of 0.00 <0,05 which means it can be concluded that there is a significant increase in the results of basic motion in the experimental group . Pretest t test and posttest control aims to find out whether there is an increase. The research conclusion is stated to be significant if t count> t table at 5% significance level and p <0.05. The average value of the pretest of the control group was 6.1 and the average posttest score was 7.75 so that it increased in the locomotor basic motion of 1.65, t count> t table at a significant level of 5% (9,927> 2,042) and had a p value of 0,000 <0,05 which means it can be concluded that there is a significant increase in the results of basic motion in the control group. Furthermore, to see the effect of treatment based on its significance is to use a statistical test using a mean difference test of two independent meanings. Analysis of independent-sample t-test on the posttest of the experimental class and posttest of the control group aims to find out whether there is a significant difference in posttest scores in the experimental group and the control group. The research conclusion is stated to be significant if t count> t table at 5% significance level and p <0.05. Summary of posttest test, it is known that the average locomotor basic motion of the experimental group is 9.95 and the average locomotor base motion of the control group is 7.75. So that it can be concluded that the average locomotor basic motion of the experimental group 2.5 is better than the control group. It is known that t count is 9,515 with a significant 0.002. T table obtained from db 78 at a significant level of 5% is 1.671 so the value of t count> t table (9,515> 1,671). And it was concluded that there was a significant and effective influence for elementary school children.   Keywords: basic, scientific motion