Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Sport Science, Health, and Physical Education (ICSSHPE 2019)

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Moral Dilemma Stories in Football Games to Develop Moral Judgment in Elementary School Students

Kama Abdul Hakam, Ratna Fitriya, Siti Nurbayani, Risa Wismaliya
The moral dilemma story developed by Kohlberg is part of moral education in schools, one of which is in Sports Physical Education and Health subjects in Elementary Schools. The purpose of this study is to provide a comprehensive description of the concepts and implementation of moral dilemma stories...
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Physical Education Classroom Management and Social Inclusion

Eva Julianti, Mulyana Mulyana, Heni Widyaningsih
The aims of this study is to find out how the management of physical education learning classes in inclusive schools affects the social inclusion of students including students with special needs. And the results are expected to provide solutions to the problem of social inclusion in inclusive schools....
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The Traditional Game Learning Model for the Elementary School Student Character Building

Septian Fajri Masyhuri, Wawan S Suherman
The purpose of the research was to produce a learning method based on traditional games which suits to primary school student characteristics, easy and safe for primary school students to play with, and also an effective development method to develop honesty, disciplinary, and responsibility. The research...
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The Effect of Invasion Games on the Students’ Self-Efficacy in Physical Education

Dedi Supriadi, Vicki Ahmad Karisman
This study was aimed at exploring the contribution and the use of physical education in elementary school through invasion games learning to improve the students’ efficacy. The researcher used experimental method with pre-test and post-test control group design. This study involved 87 4th grade students...
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The Perspective of Physical Education and Sport Teachers on the Participation of Parents of Students with Disability

Dena Widyawan, Amung Ma’mun, Berliana, Yudy Hendrayana
Besides exploring the phenomenon of participation of parents of students with disability in special need schools, it is significant to gain the perspective of physical education and sport teachers because a teacher is the influential figure in the environment who interacts directly with students. In...
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The Athlete Sleep Quality in the Training Center

Ni Nyoman Mestri Agustini, Ketut Budaya Astra
The training centre condition will change the athlete’s training intensity, duration, and responsibility. Hormonal imbalances can cause a bad sleep quality. Sleep quality is very important to keep the fit condition of the athletes, so that their performance will be maximum in the match, especially during...
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The Development of MODEREN to Increase Gross Motor Skills of Students with Mild Mental Retardation

Febryansah Gilang Aris Pradana, Dwi Lorry Juniarisca
Variations of materials and supporting tools are substantial to the learning of physical education subject which aims to improve the students’ gross motor skills. Innovations of equipment which are capable to increase the students’ interest in learning are necessary in order to optimize their motor development....
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Effect of 8-Week Circuit Weight Training on Strength

Hartati Hartati, Wahyu Indra Bayu, Silvi Aryanti
The aim of this study was to know the effect of weight training to enhance service capabilities. Subject was Volleyball Extracurricular at Senior High School 1 Indralaya Palembang, and collected using total sampling (N =30). Through a quasi-experimental treatment given to the subject. Subjects completed...
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Foster Culture of Critical Thinking in Physical Education

Dupri Dupri, Nova Risma, Novia Nazirun
This paper contains a literature review about the process of developing critical thinking in physical education learning in schools. The author examines critical thinking skills that arise during the learning process, approaches that will be able to foster students ‘critical thinking skills, studies...
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The Anthropometric Profile and Motor Skill of Men Elite Volleyball Players

Nasuka Nasuka
Anthropometric profile and motor skill are dominant factors influencing the performance of volleyball players. The aim of the research was to know the anthropometric profile and motor skill of the club elite players. This study was a cross sectional study involving 45 men elite volleyball players of...
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The Effectiveness of Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility Teaching Model in Improving Responsibilities

Ihsan Abdul Patah, Juntika Nur Ihsan, Amung Ma’mun, Mulyana
Responsibility is needed in life. On the other hand, entering the era of globalization, there is a phenomenon of the decline of the student’s character. The aim of the study was to determine the effectiveness of the TPSR model in increasing the student’s responsibility. The study was a quasi-experimental...
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Practical Self-Defense Program for Children Using 4P (Pray, Prediction, Preventive, and Protective) Concept: An Effort to Improve Self-Control

Muhammad Nur Alif, Tatang Muhtar, Rizal Ahmad Fauzi
This research aimed to find out the effects of practical self-defence training on the improvement of self-control in children at a certain age. The method used was the experimental research method with Randomized Pre-test Post-test Control Group Design. The instrument used was the self-control questionnaire...
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The Illustration of Physical Activity and the Elderly Physical Fitness Level

Bintang Kusuma Wardhana, Muhammad Hamid Anwar
This research was aimed at knowing: (1) the physical activity of the elderly in Wredha Budhi Dharma Senior Residence, (2) the physical fitness of the elderly in Wredha Budhi Dharma Senior Residence, and (3) any factor that influences the physical activity and physical fitness level of elderly in Umbulharjo...
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The Impact of Sport Tourism as a Tourism Sector Analysis in Kepulauan Seribu, Indonesia

Heni Widyaningsih, Eva Yulianti, Hermawan Hernawan, Yusmawati Yusmawati
Sports tourism is now a popular tourist activity in the tourism industry sector. The economic and social impact resulting from the development of this activity is quite large for the welfare of the surrounding community and also the development of sports tourism. This study aims to analyse the economic...
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Career Development Model and Awarding System for Athletes and Former Athletes in Indonesia

Nuryadi Nuryadi, Yusuf Hidayat, Dian Budiana, Jajat Darajat KN
Competitive sports are becoming popular nowadays. The increasing growth of participants in sporting events proves that many individuals are interested to contribute in competitive sports. However, this development is not followed by the awareness that individuals will experience a post-career stage....
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Circumference Measurements on Body Contest Athletes in Indonesia

Gani Kardani, Hendra Rustiawan
The purpose of this study was to determine the increase in muscle thickness (volume) before the bulking phase to the maximum bulking phase so that the expected muscle thickness corresponds to the criteria in the body contest event. The kind of research was quantitative descriptive using survey methods...
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The Development of Fitness Exercise and Muscle Hypertrophy Model for the Student Living in Boarding House

Rizki Muhammad Afif, Djoko Pekik Irianto
The purpose of this research was to produce a decent and effective exercise model to improve the fitness and muscle hypertrophy for the student who lives in boarding house. The research method used in this research was research and development method. This research was performed by adapting research...
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Work-Related Fatigue Risk-Determining Factors in Traditional Metal Casting Industry in Klaten

Maria Paskanita Widjanarti, Apriliana Rachmawati
Fatigue is one of risk factors in an occupational accident and could result in injuries or health problems. This research was aimed at analysing the determinant fatigue risk factors in traditional metal casting industry. The study was a quantitative observational analytic research with cross sectional...
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The Impact of Video Feedback Toward Futsal Playing Skills

Oman Hadiana, Ribut Wahidi, Sartono Sartono, Boby Agustan
Technological advances have led sports pedagogics and physical education teachers to review strategies to provide feedback related to motor learning by students using Video Feedback (VFB). Futsal is a new course developed in the KKNI curriculum in the Health and Recreation Physical Education Study Program...
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The Effort to Develop Junior High School Students Self-Esteem Through Giving Positive Feedbacks

Dupri Dupri, Novia Nazirun
A student has a sense of being interested in doing learning activities, while a good self-esteem will give students confidence in conducting learning activities. This study was aimed at developing the students’ self-esteem through providing positive feedbacks. The method used in this study was an experimental...
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Enhancing Kinaesthetic Intelligence Using Project-Based Learning Models

Shela Ginanjar, Beltasar Tarigan, Yudy Hendrayana, Tite Juliantine
This study aims to determine the effect of project-based learning models on kinaesthetic intelligence. The population is class XI students of SMA Negeri 1 Lembang, a sample of 80 students was taken using simple random sampling. The method used was an experiment with one group pre-test post-test design....
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The Need Analysis of Interactive Multimedia Program as the Medium for Volleyball Subject

Muhammad Suhairi, James Tangkudung, Moch. Asmawi
Based on the results of preliminary observations, researchers found that, in the training process, students had not used a multimedia approach. The purpose of this study was to determine the level of need in volleyball exercise. The research method used was descriptive qualitative method. The subjects...
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Physical Education for Early Childhood: The Development of Students’ Motor in Athletics Basic Motion

Gilang Ramadan, Nanang Mulyana, Dedi Iskandar, Yenti Juniarti, Waode Eti Hardiyanti
Basic motion for children is a move that must be truly mastered by every individual to support common daily activities included physical activity, athletics as one of sport branches that represents all activities to be more effective and efficient. This study aims at how the process of planting physical...
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The Analysis of Karate Sport Injury in IKIP PGRI Pontianak

Suriani Sari, James Tangkudung, Moch. Asmawi
Based on observations in karate sport, the researcher found various forms of injuries experienced by athletes in karate. The purpose of this study was to determine the types of injuries that occur in karate athletes. The research used a qualitative descriptive method. A survey, using questionnaires and...
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Level of Psychology of Taekwondo Athletes

Okky Indera Pamungkas, Risti Nurfadhilah
Sports psychology has an important role for athletes, especially in influencing athletes’ performance. So we need a test to measure the level of psychology in taekwondo athletes. This study aims to determine the level of psychology in taekwondo athletes. There were 12 respondents who filled in the complete...
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The Design of a Supporting Device for Badminton Footwork Practice Based on Microcontroller Technology

Ngadiman Ngadiman, Indra Jati Kusuma, Aziz Wishnu Widhi Nugraha
This research was aimed at designing a supporting device for Badminton footwork practice based on Microcontroller Technology. The method used was the method of Development consisted of several designing stages, starting from product design, design validation, design improvement, design making, product...
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Mood States and Game Performance in Invasion Game Activities: A Correlation Study Among Elementary School Students

Eka Nugraha, Ricky Wibowo, Helmy Firmansyah
Children play games for the same reason. They play because playing is fun. Interest to games may have meaningful psychological benefits for children. The purpose of this study was to examine the association between short-term psychological effects, especially moods states, and games performance in invasion...
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The Analysis of Motor Skill and Body Mass Index Development of Early Children in Rural Areas

Wulandari Putri, Mesa Rahmi Stephani, Gano Sumarno
Motor development on early childhood is a fundamental milestone for the children, while Body Mass Index (BMI) is an essential predictor for various aspects of their health such as nutrition sufficiency. This study was aimed at examining the children motor development and body mass index in rural area....
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The Effect of Striking and Fielding Games on Fundamental Movement Skills

Vicki Ahmad Karisman, Dedi Supriadi, James Tangkudung
This study was aimed at exploring the contribution and the use of striking and fielding games in elementary school as an attempt at improving student’s fundamental movement skills. The researcher utilized an experimental method with pretest and posttest control group design. This study employed 39 4th...
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Developing a Motor Skill-Based Curriculum for Preschools and Kindergartens as a Preventive Plan of Children Obesity in Indonesia

Syahrial Bakhtiar, Ruri Famelia, Jacqueline D Goodway
Indonesia has faced malnutrition and non-communicable issues for years, yet currently Indonesia just joined the ranks of the top ten most obese countries in the world. The trajectory of the rate of obesity is increasing from childhood to adolescence. Physical inactivity is a factor that contributes to...
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Physical Education Teacher’s Comprehension of the Principles of Biomechanics and Its Application in Learning

Rony Mohamad Rizal, Gugun Gunawan
The main purpose of this determination was to show the level of knowledge and understanding of physical education teachers in applying the principles of biomechanics in physical education learning in junior high schools. This study used a survey method with 33 state junior high school physical education...
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Project Management Office Strategies of Hosting Indonesia National Olympic Games (PON) XIX/2016 in West Java

Yudha Munajat Saputra, Sandey Tantra Paramitha
With West Java about to host the National Olympic Games of Sport 2016. Therefore, this study begins by problematic the nation of sport multi events and the benefits. They are intended to bring to hosts. The study serves as a general introduction to papers that follow in this special issue. This study...
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Under-Passing Learning Using a Playful Approach in Volleyball Game

Sumbara Hambali, Sutiswo Sutiswo
The purpose of this study was to improve the learning outcomes of under receiving skill in a volleyball game through a play approach. Research method used was Action Research. The subjects in this study were grade V Primary School students in Cimahi, Indonesia. This study was conducted in six meetings...
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Gender Differences in Motor Coordination and Physical Activity

Riza Adriyani, Dody Iskandar, Lia Siti Camelia
The research highlights gender differences in gross motor coordination. Preadolescence is the best time for motor skill interventions. Good motor coordination indicates an increased physical activity in children. The purpose of this study was to know the differences of motor coordination and physical...
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Knowledge of Supervision on Treatment About Prevention and Infection of Tuberculosis

Upik Rahmi
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends treatment for tuberculosis with the Directly Observed Treatment Short course chemotherapy (DOTS) strategy, one of which is in the form of a health worker. It is very important to ensure that the patient has swallowed all the medicines given as directed by...
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The Influence of Intra-Team Communication on the Attacking Success in Rugby

Ika Novitaria Marani, Iwan Barata, Rendi Gunawan
In game sports, such as rugby, communication is very important because, in game sports, there are signs or shouts so that their team gets a victory. Communication in a competition is needed to avoid mistakes that might occur because communication has information that must be conveyed from one player...
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Optimizing Sport Values Through Character-Based Motion Cards in Elementary School

Made Agus Wijaya, I Nyoman Kanca, I Ketut Yoda, Ketut Iwan Swadesi
One of the aims of Physical Education (PE) is to build students’ strong characters. PE teacher plays an important role in realizing character building through meaningful motion activities. This paper discusses optimizing sport values in elementary school through character-based motion card media. This...
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The Analysis of Badminton Referee Performance

Ari Subarkah, Ika Novitaria Marani, Rizky Fauzi Akbar
In every badminton match, athletes will compete to be the best in a sport by taking into account the norms or rules that apply in the match. And the one who can set and run the rules of the game is the referee. The presence of the referee in a match is very important, because the referee is the spearhead...
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Parents’ Roles in Overcoming the Impact of Hospitalization on Preschool Children

Tirta Adikusuma Suparto, Budi Somantri, Septian Andriani, Asih Purwandari Wahyoe Puspita, Slamet Rohaedi, Linda Amalia, Syifa Syihab, Aurora Trika Sari
Hospitalization may cause children in crisis. Therefore, a parent’s role is needed to minimize the impact of hospitalization. A preliminary study conducted by researchers through interviews with nurses showed that preschool children who were treated at hospital showed a less cooperative attitude when...
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The Effects of Kinesio Taping on the Lower-Body Injury Rehabilitation in Female Futsal Athletes

Alimin Hamzah, Berliana Berliana, Pipit Pitriani, Mesianna Simbolon, Desmi Sartika, Puji Astuti
In recent years, futsal is one of the most popular sports. The injuries that are often experienced by female futsal athletes involve the lower body. This paper presents scientific knowledge about the use of Kinesio Taping in futsal athletes who have suffered injuries, both during training and competing....
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Increasing the Mental Toughness Through Match Simulations in a Basketball Game

Desmi Sartika, Berliana Berliana, Komarudin Komarudin, Mesianna Simbolon, Alimin Hamzah, Puji Astuti
In the current era, team sports are very popular and become the centre of attention. One of the most popular sports, both internationally and domestically, is basketball. Basketball not only supports physical training, but also must support tactical training. In general, mental toughness is a general...
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The Relationship Among Organizational Stressor, Social Support, and Sports Performance on Athletes Achievements

Mesianna Simbolon, Berliana Berliana, Mulyana Mulyana, Alimin Hamzah, Desmi Sartika, Nur’aini Safitri
Organizational stressors in sports had developed rapidly in the past decade and produced a theoretical framework that stimulated studies exploring the demands faced by athletes. Organizational stressors have the potential to cause many undesirable consequences for athletes. Organizational stressors have...
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The Impact of the Implementation of Lunge Exercise with Heel Striking on Fencing

Puji Astuti, Boyke Mulyana, Pipit Pitriani, Mesianna Simbolon, Alimin Hamzah, Desmi Sartika
This paper is a scientific study of a review paper about fencing. The development of fencing sports, the more modern style game of fencing with a pattern of game, are fast and explosive. To support fast and effective movements, appropriate techniques and body movements are needed that can support fencing...
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The Contribution of Submerge, Floating, and Gliding Ability on Swimming Distance Ability for First-Year College Students

Badruzaman Badruzaman, Agus Rusdiana, Angga M Syahid
The submerge, float, and glide ability are first or basic factor that can determine a person is able to swim naturally and can also be easier when learning swimming skills. The aim of study was to investigated contribution of submerge, floating, glade as basic swimming ability on swimming distance ability....
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The Contribution of Pregnant Women Characteristics to Pregnancy Exercise Perception

Linda Amalia, Annisa F Lisna, Suci Tuty Putri, Sri Sumartini, N Mega
Pregnant exercise is very useful for improving the health of the mother and fetus. Pregnancy exercises will reduce the high maternal mortality rate that occurs in the 3rd trimester. However, every pregnant woman has a different perception about pregnancy exercise. The problem that occurs in the field...
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How to Measure Psychological Well-Being for Candidates of Physical Educators?

Kurnia Tahki, Juriana Juriana, Deasyanti Deasyanti
Measurement of psychological well-being for physical educator’s candidate is needed as a form of mental preparation in entering the workforce and becoming a professional physical educator in the community. Psychological well-being is an individual condition characterized by feeling happy, having life...
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Relationship of Nutrition Knowledge Levels and Food Habits of Water Polo Athletes in Jakarta

Mansur Jauhari
The well nourished food choices depended on the nutritional knowledge’s and nutrition attitudes of people. The purpose of this study was to determine the level of nutrition knowledge, eating habits, and nutritional status of Jakarta’s Water Polo athletes who will participate in 20th National Sports Event...
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The Digitalization of Wrestling Basic Techniques for Learning

Bambang Erawan, Sandey Tantra Paramitha, Dadan Mulyana, Muhammad Gilang Ramadhan
The purpose of this research was to create a learning product in the form of digital Wrestling Leverage Techniques to improve the quality of learning outcomes characterized by an increase in cognitive, affective, and psychomotor abilities in the process of learning basic wrestling techniques by using...
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The Development of Responsibility and Leadership Through Sport Education Model

Aang Solahudin Anwar, Yudi Hendrayana, Amung Ma’mun
This study was aimed at discussing the development of responsibility and leadership attitudes through the Sport Education Model. Sport education is an integral part of physical education, while physical education is a subject that has a vital position in the development of Human Resources. By developing...
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Physical Activity Management in Female College Students: The Improvement of Health Related Fitness Through Zumba Fitness Workout

Nur Indri Rahayu, Imas Damayanti, Yati Ruhayati
The lack of physical activity is a major cause of health problems and even leads to death; around 3.2 million deaths each year are caused by inadequate physical activity. The global comparative estimation from 2010 showed that 23% of adults and 81% of adolescents (aged 11-17 years) do not meet WHO recommendations...
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The Effect of Super Set Weight Training Model and a High-Protein Diet on Body Fat Level Changes in Overweight and Obese Adult Men

Reshandi Nugraha, Adang Suherman, Hamidie Ronald Daniel Ray, Amung Ma’mun
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of super set weight training model and high protein diet on the changes in body fat levels for overweight and obese adult men. The method used in this study was true experimental design with the randomized subject control group pretest-posttest design....
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The Effect of Sport Activity on the Elderly Health-Related Physical Fitness

Nurlan Kusmaedi
The purpose of the present study was to measure health related physical fitness status of the elderly who were active in five kinds of sport; and to describe the difference of training effect of five kinds of sport on the elderly health related physical fitness status. The expost facto method was used...
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The Sex Difference in Hemoglobin Level, Systolic and Diastolic Blood Pressure of Dragon Boat Athletes

Pipit Pitriani, Mona Fiamentta Febrianty
Dragon boat racing is one of rowing competition. The purpose of this study was to investigate the sex difference of hemoglobin level and blood pressure of dragon boat athletes. This descriptive cross-sectional study with 29-person dragon boat athletes (14-person female and 15-person male). Blood tests...
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The Impact of Exercise Methods and Genders on Improving the Physiological Capabilities of Futsal Players

Asep Sumpena, Dikdik Zafar Sidik
This study was aimed at determining the effect of differences in Resistance Band Ladder Drills training patterns with interval and pyramid methods on the Improvement of the Physiological Capability of Futsal Players based on gender and the effect of gender on both methods. The research method used was...
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The Heart Rates of the Third-Grade Elementary School Students During Physical Education Classes

Ricky Wibowo, Didin Budiman, Gano Sumarno
The results of research in various countries show that students do not reach the recommended intensity of physical activity during physical education classes. The purpose of this study was to investigate the intensity of physical activity of elementary school students in physical education classes. The...
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The Nutritional Status Based on Anthropometry and Interest in Learning Physical Education to the Level of Physical Fitness

Henry Asmara, Syahid Nur Yasin
The purpose of the research was to design comfortable tables and chairs for learning and gathering students in campus. The method used were anthropometry and percentiles to design tables and chairs. Statistical tests were used to process anthropometric data, including data adequacy tests, data uniformity...
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A Comparative Analysis of Physical Education Learning Motivation Based on the Provided Feedback Through Technical Approaches in a Middle School

Lutfi Nur, Adang Suherman, Herman Subarjah, Dian Budiana, Arief Abdul Malik
Learning motivation is an important element in the learning process, so that it can run optimally. In this study, researchers analyzed the student motivation when attending physical education learning by providing positive feedback and neutral feedback through a technical approach. This research was...
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The Influence of an 8-Week High-Intensity Interval Training Toward VO2Max

Mia Kusumawati, Dindin Abidin, Arief Darmawan, Septian Ruswadi
This research wants to know; 1) an effect of 8 weeks HIIT on VO2Max of student as extracurricular participant futsal in Junior High School Budi Mulia Jakarta, 2) an increasing of VO2Max of student as extracurricular participant futsal in Junior High School Budi Mulia Jakarta through HIIT during 8 weeks....
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An Approach to Physical Exercise Model Using Play-Way Methods Through Futsal Sports for Junior High School Students

Muhtar Asshagab, Widiastuti Widiastuti, Firmansyah Dlis, Sandey Tantra Paramitha
The main aim of this research was to develop a physical exercise model by using play-way methods through futsal sports for junior high school students. The specific objectives of this study were: 1) To find out how a physical exercise model using play-way methods through futsal sports for junior high...
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Short Run Learning Model for Physical Education Students

Heru Sulistianta, Ziko Fajar Ramadhan
The objective to be achieved from this research and development is the Learning Model Development of run the short distance for the Student of Physical education, health, and recreation program of University of Lampung. Research and development was done to get information about the development and the...
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Physical Condition Profile of Handball Athletes

Basiran Basiran, Ridha Mustaqim, Witri Fandayani
The physical ability for a player is a requirement to showcase their work. If the player’s physical condition is good, there is an increase in performance in a sports branch. The purpose of this research is to identify the level of physical condition in the players of the Bandung handball team. The method...
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Evaluation of Sports Governance in Improving Achievement Sports

Juliandi Juliandi, Yudy Hendrayana, Amung Ma’mun, Masri Masri
Governance is one thing that cannot be ignored in the performance training system for achieving maximum results from a performance. Therefore, every committee that is in the field of achievement sports management, for example, KONI, must carry out their duties properly. The purpose of this study was...
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The Effect of Playing Blowing Balloon Therapy to Changes in Lung Function in Preschool Children (3–5 Years Old) with Asthma

Sri Sumartini, Budi Somantri, Tirta Adikusuma Suparto, Septian Andriyani, Sehabudin Salasa
Asthma disease in Indonesia based on national prevalence in children 4.5%. One therapy for asthma is pursed lips breathing or with playing blowing balloons therapy. This study aims to determine the effect of playing therapy blowing balloon to changes in lung function in preschool children 3–5 years with...
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The Effect of Aerobics Dance and Water Aerobics on Muscle Endurance

Nurul Fadlillah Indriani, Mustika Fitri, Kuston Sultoni
This researcher aims to examine the effect of aerobics dance and water aerobics on muscle endurance in active students at university. This treatment was carried out 3 times a week for 8 weeks, with an intensity of 65% -85% of the maximum pulse rate. Exercise in Water has the same effect as ground training,...
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The Impact of Water Aerobics and Aerobics Dance on Body Mass Index and Fat Percentage

Chika Lestya Nastiti, Mustika Fitri, Kuston Sultoni
Every individual fitness level will decline as age and weight will increase as the food energy gets from the food consumed every day will accumulate as a reserved fat. To improve the healthy lifestyle of one of them through physical activity, especially through sports activities. The type of exercise...
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The Influence of Traditional Games on Social Behavior of Young Millennials

Hana Astria Nur, Amung Ma’mun, Mustika Fitri
The study aims to examine the influence of traditional games programs (integrating social behavior) to develop social behavior. Experimental method pretest-posttest control group design with more than one experimental group was used in the study. The design is used by involving more than one experimental...
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Implementation of Life Kinetic Mental Training Method in Order to Improve the Competency of Coaches in Psychological Training for Athletes

Novrizal Achmad Novan, Nidaul Hidayah, Bambang Erawan, Komarudin Komarudin, Patriana Nurmansyah Awwaludin, Ridha Mustaqim
This research based-community service is carried out based on the fact that sports achievement development in Ciamis regency is still relatively low and only certain sports could achieve medals at the 2014 West Java Regional Sports Games (PORDA), in Bekasi. This study was conducted as an education and...
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FICO (Finding Coach): Android-Based Application

Ilyas Taufiqurrahman, Adang Suherman, Kuston Sultoni, Mustika Fitri
This study aims to facilitate the public in finding a sports coach through the Android-based Finding Coach application. The DBR (Design Based Research) method was chosen in this study to find a solution to facilitate the search for a sports coach with an android application. A total of three swimming...
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Indonesian Children and Adolescents’ Body Mass Index: WHO and Asia-Pacific Classification

Jajat Jajat, Adang Suherman
The present of this study was to assess the World Health Organization (WHO) and Asia-Pacific Body Mass Index (BMI) classification differences in Indonesia Children’s. The research method used is cross-sectional study. A total of 2936 Indonesian children’s and adolescents between 7 and 17 years of age...
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Teacher’s Perspective About Teaching Effectiveness Barriers in Elementary Physical Education: Teachers Self-Evaluation

Mesa Rahmi Stephani, Agus Mahendra, Andi Suntoda, Gano Sumarno, Gita Febria Friskawati
This study aims to look at the effectiveness of learning from the perspective of physical education teacher assessment. The population is a teacher who teaches Elementary School Physical Education. The method is descriptive study. The instrument used was Self Evaluation Teacher Effectiveness in Physical...
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Motivation Levels for Youth Participation in Recreational Sports: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Influencing Factors

Mustika Fitri, Novrizal Achmad Novan, Fitriani Dewi
Sports activity has been identified as a context where positive and negative experiences encountered by youth. However, the factors that lead to positive and negative personal development are relatively less discovered among sport participants. The aim of this study is to find out motivation levels on...
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Effect of Obesity on Cognitive Function: A Comparative Study of Cognitive Level in Normal Weight and Obesity Students at Senior High School in West Java Indonesia

Ikbal Gentar Alam, Jajat Darajat Kusuma Negara, Febby Zelphira
The purpose of this research was to determine the relationship of cognitive function between students in normal and obesity categories in high school. The method used in this research is descriptive quantitative research. The population in this study were high school students in Subang City. The technique...
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The Influence of Life Kinetic Training Method and Motor Educability on Improvement of Football Playing Performance

Komarudin Komarudin, Yudi Nurcahya, Patriana Nurmansyah, Widi Kusumah
This study aims to examine the differences in the effect of the Life Kinetic and Conventional Training methods on improving soccer playing performance, to determine the interaction effect of the Life Kinetic training method and conventional methods and motor educability on improving soccer playing performance...
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The Effect of Massed Practice Methods and Distributed Practice Methods on Improving Forehand Drive Skills in Tennis

Yudi Nurcahya, Widi Kusumah, Patriana Nurmansyah
This study aims to determine differences in the effect of massed practice methods and distributed practice methods on improving tennis forehand drive skills. This study used an experimental method of 20 students who took tennis practice at school. The instrument for data collection in this study used...
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Reliability and Construct Validity: Of the Basketball Movement Skills Instrument

Silvy Juditya, Adang Suherman, Amung Ma’mun, Agus Rusdiana
This study was aimed at testing the construct validity of the basketball basic motion skills test instrument (ITK GDBB). The research used descriptive method of 3 basketball experts in the city of Cimahi; 3 experts are the expert in basketball. The instrument used was the ITB GDBB developed by Silvy...
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Blended Learning-Based Self-Regulated Learning in Table Tennis Learning

Dian Budiana, Yusup Hidayat, Burhan Hambali, Gifran Rihla Gifarka Latief, Cep Ubad Abdullah
It is commonly known that learning in the revolution era 4.0 should utilize information and communication technology (ICT) and physical education, particularly table tennis learning, has no exception. This study integrated a social medium for learning namely Edmodo and Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) to...
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Historical Perspectives of Judo Development in West Java: Review of the Athlete Performance

Ira Purnamasari, Mulyana, Amung Ma’Mun, Berliana
The aim of this study was to see the historical perspective of Judo development in West Java review of the athlete performance. The background of this research is because West Java Judo is one of the best provinces with Judo achievement in Indonesia. The performance or achievement of West Java athletes...
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The Impact of Water Aerobics Program on Cardiorespiratory Fitness

Indah Ayu Puji Lestari, Mustika Fitri, Kuston Sultoni
To improve health and life quality, every individual needs to do physical activity on a daily basis. One of the ways is through cardiorespiratory exercises. A type of exercise that can improve cardiorespiratory fitness is water aerobics. This kind of aerobics can be done by people of all ages and also...
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Physical Exercises for the Elderly with Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

Suci Tuty Putri, Upik Rahmi, Sri Sumartini, Lisna Anisa Fitriana, Sehabudin Salasa
Diabetes mellitus type 2 is a common problem that occurs in various developing countries and has increased significantly. The increasing number of elderly also causes an increase in the incidence of this disease due to the decreases in muscle function and insulin sensitivity in elderlies which affect...
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The Relationship Between Hand Muscle Strength and Balance in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Septian Andriyani, Sehabudin Salasa, Anisa F Lisna, Afianti Sulastri, Linda Amalia, Upik Rahmi, Asih Purwandari
Type 2 diabetes mellitus is one of the metabolic diseases characterized by an increase in chronic blood glucose levels. It has a high risk of cardiovascular disease and other complications affecting the eyes, kidneys, and nervous system. Furthermore, the body cannot produce enough insulin. It would hamper...
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Similarities and Differences in Aspects of Mental Skills in Individual and Team Sport

Juriana Juriana, Kurnia Tahki, Nur Ali
This study was aimed at finding out which aspects of mental skills are similar and which aspects of mental skills are significantly different in individual athletes and team sport athletes. The method used was a descriptive method with the survey technique. The research sample consisted of 455 athletes...
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Long Jump Ability: A Comparison Between Students with High and Low Physical Fitness

Ervan Kastrena, Adang Suherman, Amung Ma’mun, Eka Nugraha, Lutfi Nur
Long jump ability is a skill that must be possessed by high school students as a part of the achievement of physical education learning outcomes. This study was aimed at determining the differences in long jump learning outcomes in students with high and low fitness levels. This research is an experimental...
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The Comparison of Social Physique Anxiety of High School Students by Gender

Jajat Jajat, Sumardiyanto, Syam Hardwis
The ideal physique is something that is coveted, especially among adolescents. Often, they do not realize that lifestyle and sedentary behavior can affect physical appearance. The present study was to examine the differences in social physique anxiety (SPA) among male and female adolescents. To uncover...
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The Influence of Flexibility Training on the Accuracy of the Dollyo Chagi Kick in Taekwondo Martial Arts

Sandey Tantra Paramitha, Tri Yanda Rosadi, Muhammad Gilang Ramadhan, Deni Maulana Suwanta
This study was aimed at determining the effect of flexibility training on the accuracy of the Dollyo Chagi kick in taekwondo martial arts. The method used in this study was an experimental method. The researcher tested the effect of one independent variable (flexibility training) on one or more dependent...
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Traditional Game-Based Physical Exercise for Disabled Children

Boyke Mulyana, Sandey Tantra Paramitha, I Wayan Repiyasa, Gede Angga Andika, Filardi Anindito, Azry Ayu Nabillah, Desy Tya Maya Ningrum, Muhtar Asshagab
This study aims to produce a product in the form of a physical condition training model based on traditional games for children with disabilities. This study uses the method of Borg and Gall which consists of ten steps. The research subjects were children with disabilities at the SLB B Bali School. A...
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Project-Based Learning Model in the Development of Students’ Creativity in Physical Education Learning

Tite Juliantine, Oom Rohmah, Lilis Komariyah, Agus Gumilar, Burhan Hambali
This study aims to implement the Project Based Learning model in developing students’ creativity in Physical Education learning. The methodology used in this study is a quasi-experimental design with pre-test post-test only group design. The participants of this research are junior high school students...
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Education and Training of Volleyball Information System (VIS FIVB) Based Volleyball Playing Performance Assessment Program for Volleyball Coaches in West Java, Indonesia

Yunyun Yudiana, Suherman Slamet, Burhan Hambali
This program aimed to build and stabilize knowledge, understanding, and skill of volleyball coaches in applying volleyball information system (VIS) based volleyball playing performance assessment program. As much as 40 volleyball coaches were participated in this program that were spread in 24 Cities...
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Tactical Approach for Developing Students’ Understanding in Football Learning

Sucipto Sucipto, Oom Rohmah, Agus Gumil, Burhan Hambali
this study aims to examine the application of tactical approaches in developing understanding of junior high school football student learning. The method used in this study is a quasi-experimental design with pre-test post-test control group design. Involves two groups, namely one experimental group...
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The Development of Schoology-Based Blended Learning Model to Improve Student Motivation of National Training Center (PELATNAS) Athlete

Anung Priambodo, Agus Hariyanto, Vega Candra Dinata
Most student experience some difficulties in managing their study and training. The aim of this research is to develop schoology-based blended learning model to improve the motivation and learning outcomes of PELATNAS student athletes at Sport Sciences Faculty. This research used development research...
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The Effect of Circuit Weight Training on VO2Max

Muhamad Fahmi Hasan
Weight training with the circuit training method is widely used by physical condition coaches whose benefit is to improve the body’s abilities in general and is often used by coaches if they do not have enough training time before the match. Weight training has the aim to strengthen the ability of muscles;...
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Swimming Backstroke Using Aqua Noodle

Ani Pristiawati, Sriningsih Sriningsih
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of aqua noodle media on backstroke swimming skills. Population and sample of research are male and female student counted 30 people using total sampling technique. The experimental method with one group pre-test post-test design. The results showed...
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Analysis of Speed and Acceleration on 60-Meters Running Test Between Women Soccer and Futsal Players

Indria Herman, M. Fahmi Hasan, Iwa Ikhwan Hidayat, Tommy Apriantono
Athlete Speed and acceleration data needed for customizing the athlete training program design. This study is conducted to identify and compare the speed and acceleration of ability between woman Soccer and futsal athlete. The samples used in this study are women soccer and futsal players from Soccer...
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Characteristics of Speed and Acceleration in the 60-Meter Running Test Between Men’s Football and Futsal Players

Tommy Apriantono, Indria Herman, Agung Dwi Juniarsyah, Sri Indah Ihsani
Aim of the study: to examine and compare speed and acceleration at run 60 m test between football and futsal players. This study examined 10 male football players (age 15.4 years; height 164.9 cm; body mass 59.6 kg), futsal players (age 16.7 years; height 169.1 cm; body mass 58.0 kg). Each group twice...
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Effect of Honey on Measurable Sport

Nur’aini Safitri, Pipit Pitriani, Mulyana Mulyana, Mesianna Simbolon, Alimin Hamzah, Desmi Sartika
For more than 5000 years, people have used honey to improve the physical attributes of the musculoskeletal system as well as for health reasons. Honey is mainly composed of carbohydrate (CHO), minerals, and vitamins which are properties that are proved to be able to improve sports performance and general...
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Teachers’ Perceptions of Physical Education Teaching Barriers at Elementary Schools

Gita Febria Friskawati, Akhmad Sobarna, Mesa Rahmi Stephani
The purpose of this study was to examine what elementary school teacher perception of Physical Education’s (PE) is teaching barriers such as institutional barrier, teacher related barrier and student related barrier. Survey methods used in this research. A total of 48 elementary teacher (40 men and 8...
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The Time Series Design Application of Clear Lob Basic Skill Mastery: An Analysis of the Functions of the Types of Goal Setting

Yusuf Hidayat, Tite Juliantine, Burhan Hambali
This research was aimed at examining the affectivity of the types of goal setting as one of psychological skill training (PST) strategies in mastering clear lob basic skill (clear lob-BS) of badminton game. The research was conducted by administering quasi-experimental method and time series as the design...
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Effect of Consecutive Days of Match Play on Athletes’ Physiology in Futsal

Agung Dwi Juniarsyah, Tommy Apriantono, I Ketut Adnyana
Nowadays Futsal is in great demand by various circles. Many people play this sport for leisure or for achievement. Aim of the study to compare the characteristics of physiology, heart rate, blood lactate levels, the number of steps, and energy expenditure for amateur futsal players in two consecutive...
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Impact of Complex Training on Reaction of Time and Leg Power of Volleyball Athletes

Unun Umaran, Mohammad Zaky, Iman Imanudin, Herman Subarjah
This study aims to see the meaningful results of the implementation of the Complex Training to increase the ability of reaction time and leg power of UPI volleyball athletes. The method used in this study is an experimental method with the design of One group pretest - posttest design by giving treatment...
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Analysis of Basic Motion Skill Learning Model of Upper-Class Elementary School Students Based on Games

Nevi Hardika, Moch. Asmawi, James Tangkudung
The purpose of this study is to find out Learning Model for Basic Motion Skills of Elementary School Class Students Based on Games. The research method used is descriptive method with the survey form. The subject of this research is the upper-class elementary school with the object of research as many...
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Predictive Validity of Badminton Basic Skills Learning Outcome Instrument Test Based on Gender

Burhan Hambali, Yusuf Hidayat, Alit Rahmat
This study aims to test the predictive validity of Badminton Basic Skill Learning Outcomes Instrument (BBSLOIT) based on gender. This research uses descriptive method for the age group of beginners of badminton school in Bandung as many as 50 students. The instrument used was BBSLOIT developed by Hambali...