Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Sport Science and Health (ICSSH 2021)
Mu’arifin, Febrita Paulina Heynoek, Ari Wibowo Kurniawan
collection of information related to the understanding of Physical Education teachers on the Teaching Personal Social and Responsibility learning model so that researchers can develop this learning model which aims to improve students’ social skills through Physical Education teachers who apply affective...
Rethinking on Implementation of Sport Policy in West Java, Indonesia: A Scoping Study Systematic Literature
Sandi Arisma Cipta Perdana Ilsya, Amung Ma’mun, Nuryadi, Marisa Noviyanti Fajrah Ilsya, Agus Gumilar
Sport policy in West Java is currently based on Regional Regulation Number 1 of 2015 concerning the Implementation of Sports which is a derivative of the Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3 of 2005 concerning the National Sports System. In these regulations, in general, sports are divided into...
Febrita Paulina Heynoek, Ari Wibowo Kurniawan, Rama Kurniawan, Prisca Widiati
This study aims to develop BL-based learning applications using a mobile application, produce learning models with the aim of improving student performance in practical lecture learning, examine the learning model process for wider use. Development, Implementation, Evaluation (ADDIE). The results show...
Revy Yuniarti Ningrum, Hartati Eko Wardani, Septa Katmawanti
1) Background: Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have indigestion conditions, so diet in children with ASD is gluten-free and casein-free diet. Gluten-free and casein-free food products tend to be low in protein. Soy flour with a high protein content is expected to increase the nutritional...
Relationship of Sedentary Activity and Physical Activity With The Nutritional Status of Students majoring in Public Health, Malang State University
Bella Anggraini, Hartati Eko Wardani, Farah Paramita
Technological sophistication in the era of globalization has shifted changes in human lifestyles to be less actively moving so that it affects the occurrence of overweight and obesity. Students are young adults who have a sedental lifestyle because, most of the time is spent doing tasks in front of a...
Febrita Paulina Heynoek, Rama Kurniawan, Ari Wibowo Kurniawan, Mua’arifin
The aim in collecting the information regarding the PE teachers’ understanding on Teaching Personal Social and Responsibility Learning Model is to help the researchers to develop a learning model that could improve the students’ social skill through the assistance of PE teacher who implement both affective...
Muhammad Gilang Ramadhan, Sandey Tantra Paramitha, Amung Ma’mun, Yudha Munajat Saputra
In development through sports, sports recreation is one of the important instruments in the progress of the nation through sports. The special role of recreational sports is to increase community participation in sports in order to improve physical fitness. The policy is an important key in achieving...
Amalia Dinda Permata Citra, Ari Wibowo Kurniawan
The purpose of this research is to develop learning media for judo locking technique (osaekomi waza) based on theapplication articulate storyline for PJSI Malang City. With this development product, it is hoped that it can be used as a reference as a source of independent learning for PJSI Malang City...
Ari Wibowo Kurniawan, Muhammad Fahmi Amiruddin
This research and development aims to develop massage therapy learning media based on the articulate storyline application which can later be used in learning in the PJKR FIK UM department and can make it easier for students to understand massage therapy material. The method used is the Research and...
The Effect of Sports on the Phenomenon of Baby Blues Syndrome (Postpartum Blues) in Postpartum Mothers
Ema Novita Deniati, Annisaa, Selvia Agnesfadia
1) Purpose: baby blues syndrome often occurs in postpartum mothers. The prevalence of baby blues syndrome worldwide according to WHO is around 3% to 8%. In Asia, cases of baby blues syndrome are still very high. In Indonesia, it will increase to 70-80% in 2020. The incidence of baby blues syndrome can...
High Intensity vs Low Intensity COVID-19 Gymnastics to Increase Aerobic Capacity and Mental Toughness in Different Sex of Adult People
Komarudin Komarudin, Muhammad Gilang Ramadhan, Sandey Tantra Paramitha, Geraldi Novian
The COVID-19 outbreak has made changes in the process of social life, including sports activities. Individuals become limited in carrying out activities so that they often choose not to do physical activities. Individual inactivity causes various internal problems, such as fatigue and mental problems....
Muhammad Faridl Alwi, Sapto Adi, Windi Chusniah Rachmawati
Excessive use of smartphones will cause a person to become addicted. Smartphone addiction is a condition where a person has a tendency to use a smartphone continuously and does not pay attention to the negative impacts it can cause. A person who is addicted to a smartphone will feel happy when using...
Implementation of a Health Gate Sterilizer Made from Herbal Disinfectants as a Tool to Prevent the Spread of the Covid-19 Virus
Sandey Tantra Paramitha, Komarudin Komarudin, Mustika Fitri, Muhammad Gilang Ramadhan, Hikmat Kodrat
As we know that the Covid-19 virus is a problem throughout the world, many innovations have been made to prevent Covid-19. One of them is the manufacture of health gate sterilizer booths made from herbal disinfectants which are designed to sterilize the body by using a filler formulation that is harmless...
Ika Novitaria Marani, Rhewindinar, Heni Widyaningsih, Eva Yulianti, Ari Subarkah, Mansur Jauhari
Mass media is a tool in communication that can spread, shape and influence the message or information conveyed. The message conveyed will have a different effect depending on the media used. Therefore, this study aims to determine the effect of the mass media on sports performance in Indonesian badminton...
Development of Teacher E-Module for Dynamic Balance Movement for Grade 3 Elementary School with Autism
Rama Kurniawan, Mu’arifin, Ari Wibowo Kurniawan, Febrita Paulina Heynoek, Cahyo Nugroho Sigit
This study aimed to develop a dynamic balance motion learning module for grade 3 teachers of Special Education School with autism. The method in this research was research and development. The data analysis technique used a quantitative descriptive approach in the form of percentages. The development...
The Development of the PE Elementary School Teacher to Improve the Professional in Implementing the Learning for the Revolution Industrial 4.0 Era
Mu’arifin, Febrita Paulina Heynoek, Ari Wibowo Kurniawan, Rama Kurniawan
The objectives of this study are as follows: (a) reviewing the procedure for developing a professional development model for PE elementary school teachers in teaching and learning, (b) producing a model for professional development that is appropriate for elementary school teachers in conducting learning,...
Agus Hariyanto, Bayu Agung Pramono, Yetty Septiani Mustar, Anindya Mar’atus Sholikhah, M. Ilham Agung Prilaksono
Plyometric training (PT) is a popular form of physical conditioning among individuals involved in various dynamic sports to improve physical performances. This study focused on analyzing the effect of plyometric training on improving strength, speed, and agility of students following two kinds of plyometric...
Vera Septi Sistiasih, Nur Subekti, Agam Akhmad Syaukani, Muhad Fathoni, Satrio Sakti Rumpoko, Rizka Nur Ariyanti Aliya
The COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia has yet to show a decrease in its spread. The latest data shows 2.98 million cases of covid 19. In dealing with the increasing spread of the covid 19 virus, the government has also overcome it by implementing Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM) throughout Java-Bali...
Faza Annasai, Sigit Nugroho, Fuadi Raja Baja
This research aims to determine the effect of circuit body weight training on the muscle strength of basketball players. This research used Pre-Experimental Design. Research and the design used the One Group Pretest-Posttest Design. Research population of basketball extracurricular players at SMA Negeri...
Bambang Trisnowiyanto, Mustofa Bayu Nirwana
Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is an uncomfortable sensation or pain in the muscles after 12-24 hours of high-intensity physical activity, mainly dominated by eccentric and isometric muscle contractions. DOMS will physiologically disappear by itself. If the inflammatory process does not go well,...
The Relationship Between Detraining during the Covid-19 Pandemic and the Endurance Ability of Vo2max Karate Athletes, State University of Malang
Monica Septinia Widhayanty, Ahmad Abdullah, Olivia Andiana
Detraining is a condition where the body is no longer healthy and the quality of the body decreases, this is not only happens to athletes but to all sports players, when someone is not routine doing sports detraining will happen. During this pandemic, many activities did not work properly, such as the...
Satrio Rumpoko, Widha Srianto, Arif Hakim, Sunjoyo Sunjoyo
Sports is one of the efforts in maintaining the health and fitness of the body. By exercising actively and regularly the body will be healthy and fitness will always be maintained. Exercise is the right for every human being to live a healthy life, no exception for people with disabilities. In accordance...
Fuadi Raja Baja, Yustinus Sukarmin, Faza Annasai
Physical activity is associated with many factors in the environment of high school students. The coronavirus pandemic and the social restrictions imposed have limited many elements in our environment. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate and describe physical activity and sedentary behavior among...
Analysis of Children’s Motor Ability with Special Needs in Terms of the Teacher’s Role and Comparison of Physical Fitness
Gatot Jariono, Nurhidayat, Eko Sudarmanto, Ardhian Tomy Kurniawan, Chandra Triadi, Maimunah Nur Anisa
The purpose of this study is to analyze and describe the motoric abilities of children with special needs reviewed from physical fitness. The population and sample of this study are students of SLBN Sukoharjo and SLBN Karanganyar as many as 30 people with characteristics of 13-15 years old with the gender...
Student Experience and Perception of Blended Learning: A Case Study on Basketball Course Delivery During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Agam Akhmad Syaukani, Nur Subekti, Vera Septi Sistiasih, Mohammad Sanggita, Noval Karunia Ramadhan
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on education. The right learning strategy is needed to get around the situation to achieve learning objectives amid pandemic challenges. This research aims to explore the perceptions and experiences of students during basketball lectures in a blended...
Develompment of Water Sport Tourism Based on Sustainable Tourism in Pramuka Island, Thousand Islands DKI Jakarta
Rahmat Darmawan, Jenal Abidin, H. Widyaningsih
This study aims to identify the potential of water sports tourism.This research uses qualitative research methods with reference to the concept of sports tourism, water based tourism and sustainable tourism. The population in this study was in the form of a social situation, namely Pramuka Island (land...
Ari Wibowo Kurniawan, Taufik, Ari Mei Wulandari
This study aims to develop a petanque sports e-module, Faculty of Sport Science, State University of Malang. The research method used is Research & Development (R&D) from Borg & Gall. In this study using three methods, namely analysis, validation and group test. Data collection is done by...
The Development of Junior High School Physical Education and Sports Teachers’ Training Model to Improve the Professionality in Organizing a Learning in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0
Mu’arifin, Febrita Paulina Heynoek, Ari Wibowo Kurniawan, Rama Kurniawan
the specific goals of this research are: (a) to study the procedure of the development in the professionality training model of the junior high school sports teachers in organizing a learning, (b) to create a professionality training model that is appropriate for junior high school sports teachers in...
Umi Solekhah, Rara Warih Gayatri, Tika Dwi tama
There are several factors that affect the development of HIV, one of which is TB co-infection. HIV and TB both play a role in reducing the function of the immune system. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between the status of TB infection in HIV+ patients with the development/progression...
Identification of Problems in the Implementation of Online Physical Education Learning During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia
Lokananta Teguuh Hari Wiguno, Febrita Paulina Heynoek, Ari Wibowo Kurniawan
The objectives of this study are as follows: to examine the problems of implementing Physical Education online learning, (a) obstacles to implementing Physical Education online learning, (b), the advantages of implementing Physical Education online learning and (c) best practice implementing Physical...
Nurrul Riyad Fadhli, Dona Sandy Yudasmara, Taufik, Elok Ludyana, Eldiene Zaura I’tamada
This study was to identify the duration of sedentary screen time (SST) and gross motor skills (GMS) of Indonesian preschoolers in the urban area. This study used an IPAQ questionnaire and Test of Gross Development (TGMD) to collect data. Preschoolers who live in urban area are involved in this study....