Proceedings of the 2nd Yogyakarta International Seminar on Health, Physical Education, and Sport Science (YISHPESS 2018) and 1st Conference on Interdisciplinary Approach in Sports (CoIS 2018)

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Engaging the Community in Project SKIP to Promote Early Years Physical Literacy in Indonesia

Jacqueline D. Goodway, Ruri Famelia, Yung-Ju Chen
Global increases in childhood overweight and obesity and decreases in physical activity warrant evidenced-based approaches to addressing this health concern. These concerns are compounded by the fact that many young children start life with significant delays in critical fundamental motor skills (FMS)...

Spiritual Development through Elementary Physical Education Classes

Soni Nopembri, Ahmad Rithaudin, Mr Saryono, Yoshio Sugiyama
today, spiritual development through physical education is an unthinkable way to strengthen a harmonious society capable of contributing to the nation's character. Hence, this study aims to examine the effect of three types of physical education programs on children’s religiosity and spirituality. For...

Developing Affective Instrument Based on Performance in Extracurricular Swimming

Rahma Afdhilla Nasution, Pamuji Sukoco
This research aims to formulate an affective construct of social values for students who took part in extracurricular swimming in primary school, arrange the indicator instrument of the affective aspect based on performance during extracurricular swimming at primary school, and develop an instrument...

Effects of Training Methods and Power on Shooting Accuracy in Football

Rian Desta Sintoko, Mr Suharjana
This research compared the effect of fixed target training and change target training on shooting accuracy in football. 24 school athletes aged 13-15 years old participated in this study and they were grouped into 4 groups through the use of ordinal pairing technique. Each group was trained using fixed...

Identification of the Obstacle Factors for 2013 Curriculum Implementation of Public Junior High Schools in Sleman District

Bobitya Adrina, Wawan S. Suherman
the background of the problem of this research is the 2013 curriculum which has not been fully implemented evenly in Junior High School in district Sleman 2017. This study aims to identify factors that have obstacles in the implementation of the 2013 Curriculum in State Junior High Schools in Sleman...

Developing a Model of Character Education of 5t-Based Pencak Silat

Prabowo Hadi Saputro, Mr Siswantoyo
This research aims to develop a model of character education of 5T-based pencak Silat that can be used by athletes and coaches of pencak silat. The method used in this research was research and development. This steps were adapted from Sugiono’s research step which was adapted into 10 steps. The small...

Strategy of Sport Industry Development as Supporting Tourism in DIY

Ahmad Nasrulloh, Mr Sumaryanto, Sigit Nugroho, Mr Sumarjo
Special Region of Yogyakarta (DIY) has very high chances between sport industry and tourism. There are many sports events held in DIY, both in national and international level. On the other hand, DIY has very rapid development in tourism sector. Therefore, the researchers intend to conduct research aiming...

Evaluation of Student Selection Test Model of Sports-Specific Class

Tri Hadi Karyono, Abdul Alim
The objective of this study was to evaluate the students' selection test model implementation of Sports-Specific Class (Kelas Khusus Olahraga-KKO) of Junior and Senior High School in Yogyakarta. Survey research method was used in this study. The respondents of this study were administrators (superintendent...

Effective Counseling Methods to Overcome the Psychological Factor of a Sportsperson

C. Veerender
performance in sorts is not just a physiology and biochemical by-product, but psychological factors also play a crucial role in outcome goal of a player. However, every player has a certain stress level that is needed to optimize his or her performance in a game, and that depends on factors such as past...

The Effect of Artistic Gymnastics Talent Scouting Application to Artistic Gymnastic Basic Skills

Endang Rini Sukamti, Sebastianus Pranatahadi
The development of gymnastics athlete performance in Indonesia did not show significant progress over the years. Talent scouting is the important basic in achieving optimal performance. The aim of this study is to determine the effect of Artistic Gymnastics Talent Scouting Application to Artistic Gymnastic...

Influence of Training Method and Leg Power on Running Speed

Galih Dewanti, Ria Lumintuarso
The objectives of this study were to find the (1) differences in the influence of repetition of sprint and acceleration sprint training method on running speed; (2) differences in the influence of high and low leg power on running speed; and (3) interaction between training method and leg power on running...

The Exercise Method and Eye-Foot Coordination in Soccer Playing Skills for 14-15 Years Old Players

Mr Marzuki, Pamuji Sukoco
This study discusses the method of exercise and eye-foot coordination to optimize the achievement of soccer sport by improving the skills of playing football. It is based on the age group 14-15 years. The purpose is to determine the influence differences: between circuit playing method and circuit training...

Physical Activity and Mental Health in Young People

Stuart J.H. Biddle
This paper reviews the latest evidence on whether physical activity for children and adolescents is associated with depression, anxiety, self-esteem, and cognitive functioning. Results from an updated review of systematic reviews are presented and discussed. It is concluded that physical activity is...

Physical Fitness Profile of Indonesian Female Rugby Athletes for Asian Games 2018

Mr Junaidi
The objective of this research is to obtain information on the Physical Fitness Profile of Indonesian Female Rugby Athletes for the 2018 Asian Games. The study was carried out using the survey method. This research work, describes the use of Muscle strength, Explosive power, Cardio endurance, Flexibility...

The Influence of Plyometric Exercise on the Long Pass Results of Football Players in One Football Club in Magelang Indonesia

Yusuf Sanggantara, Mr Suharjana
This study is aims to determine the effects of exercise applying a plyometric method to determine the extent which the players of Arkansas football clubs of Magelang perform long passes. This study was an experimental study. The research design was "pre experimental." The Population in study was the...

The Effect of Training Method and Motivation to Increase VO2Max of Basketball Players

Deden Ardiansah, F.X. Sugiyanto
VO2Max is the maximum capacity of a person's body to take in and use oxygen during exercise training. The purpose of this research is to know: (1) the difference in the effects between circuit training and fartlek training on the increase of VO2Max, (2) the difference in the effect between high and low...

Contribution of Leg Muscle Explosive Power and Flexibility on Lay-Up Shoot in Basketball

Oki Candra
The purpose of this research was to understand the 1) contribution of leg muscle explosive power (X1) to the skill of lay-up shoot in basketball (Y) for extracurricular activity students in Junior High School 9 Pekanbaru; 2) contribution of flexibility (X2) to the skill of lay-up shoot in basketball...

Characteristics Analysis of Badminton in Female Single Player

Nugroho Agung Supriyanto, Ainur Rasyid
Badminton is characterized by the types of stroke used to win a match. This study aim is to describe the various strokes capable of producing some points in a female single game of badminton. Five female badminton players were used to carry out this research study in a match carried out using a single...

Shooting Training Models with the Playing Approach for Futsal Extracurricular of Junior High School Students

Anggel Hardi Yanto, Panggung Sutapa
This research aims to develop a model of futsal shooting training with the play approach, which can improve the shooting accuracy of the extracurricular futsal students of junior high schools. The research was conducted in seven stages; (1) the preliminary study, (2) planning, (3) early product development,...

The Differences of Psychological Characteristics Between Male and Female Tennis Players

Abdul Alim
The psychological aspect is the important factor for the successful performance of tennis. The purpose of this study is to determine the difference between the psychological characteristics of male and female tennis players. This study used the survey research design. The data were collected on the day...

Adjustment of Teen-aged Athletes in Badminton Boarding School

Veronica Anastasia Melany Kaihatu, Adriatik Ivanti, Mr Supriyanto
Indonesia has a badminton boarding school where teenaged badminton athletes can be trained and schooled in the game of badminton in order to obtain optimum result and high performance both in national and international competitions. It became imperative for some adjustments to be made on the school to...

Physical Education Sport and Health National Curiculum and Elite Sport Development: Policy, Synergy, or Conflict?

Mr Sulistiyono, Wawan S. Suherman, Dwi Kurnianto
The policies that are established by sport organizations can be macro, meso, or micro. This study aims at describing the conflict and synergy among government policies through The Ministry of Education and Culture on sport education and sport achievement. The method employed was analysis of documents...

Sports Achievement Issues: Professionalism, Policy, Racism, Cheating, Abuse, Doping, Gender

Mr Sujarwo, Mr Suharjana, Hari Amirullah Rachman
Sports achievement has the ultimate goal in philosophy as the achievement of a victory. Sports achievements also bring about gaps or problems because of the ultimate goal. Some of these problems include: professionalism, policy, racism, cheating, abuse, doping, and gender. The aim of this article is...

Implementation of Sport Science Coaching: Improving Strength and Conditioning Performance of Tennis Junior Athletes

Rina Ambar Dewanti, Beltasar Tarigan, Dian Budiana
The purpose of this research is to examine the improvement of strength and conditioning of performance for junior-aged tennis athletes, especially strength, speed, and endurance, by using sport science and A T-test which was used to assess and measure the improved strength, speed and endurance of the...

Stem Cell Therapy in Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury

Ukhti Jamil Rustiasari, Muhammad Ikhwan Zein
The incidence of musculoskeletal injuries are the most common injuries that occur in exercise practice. These injuries can involve many different tissues such as muscles, tendons, ligaments, meniscus, bone or cartilage. Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears are the most common athletic injury that occurs...

Developing FIVE® Neuromuscular Warm-Up As Futsal Injury Prevention Program

Mr Saryono, Muhammad Ikhwan Zein, Ahmad Rithaudin
Futsal is popular sports with high incidence of injury especially in young players. Research showed that neuromuscular warm up which consist of warm up and stretching combined with several conditioning exercises could reduce the incidence of injuries. This study aims to develop specific neuromuscular...

Profile of Pre-Practice Hydration Status of Indonesian Junior Sub-Elite Karate Athletes: Pilot Study

Djoko Pekik Irianto, Mr Danardono, Muhammad Ikhwan Zein
Karate is high intensity sport which often leads to dehydration. The purpose of this study was to identify pre-practice hydration status of Indonesian junior sub-elite karate athletes. This descriptive cross-sectional research recruited junior (under-17) sub-elite karate athletes in Yogyakarta, Indonesia....

Effect of Weight Training Exercises to Develop Speed and Shoulder Strength among Javelin Throwers of Acharya Nagarjuna University Guntur

P.P. Satya Paul Kumar
Weight training is a common type of strength training for developing strength and skeletal muscles. Sports where weight training is the central includes bodybuilding, weightlifting, power lifting, highland games, short-put, and javelin throw. This study investigated the effect of weight training exercises...

The Development of Smart Flexibility Tools to Measure the Digital-Based Abilities

Ardhana Purnama Putra, Mr Siswantoyo
the purpose of sports cannot be separated from the tools used. Sport equipment are helping to achieve sports activities. Sport tools are very important for the continuity of sports activities, for instance physical fitness measuring devices, tools for supporting sport activities and many other functions....

A Study of Individual and Team Game Players with Respect to Visual and Auditory Reaction Time

Haricharan Gajbhiye
In sports, there are many occasions where speed of reaction and speed of movement are very vital factors. Individuals who react quicker and move faster have an obvious advantage over those who are slow. Reaction time can be defined as the elapsed interval between presentation times of a stimulus, to...

The Effects of Health Educational Lessons using Learning Activities that Make Students Apply The Knowledge

Hideaki Tanimoto
The Japanese Education Ministry guidelines were revised in 2008 with an emphasis to elevate the thinking levels, judgment capacity and an expressive faculty. This will be passed down by the next guidelines revised in 2017. As in any health education, handling the Content of the Education Ministry guidelines...

Developing Basketball Using TGfU Approach in Elementary Schools

Muhammad Nasihul Waffak, Pamuji Sukoco
Researcher have realized that physical education teachers in elementary schools still make use of the conventional learning technique. For instance, the technique used in learning basketball remains the same as it still follows the usual standards and behaviour. However, this research study aims to develop...

The Implementation of 2013 Curriculum in Elementary Schools

Ahmad Syarif, Mr Tomoliyus, B. M. Wara Kushartanti
This study is aimed at describing the implementation of the 2013 curriculum in elementary schools in Sleman district of Yogyakarta. The research type is field research with qualitative approach. With a research subject on physical education teacher, sport, and health the research objects are the first...

The Effectiveness of Task Assessment Standard (TASk) in the Teaching and Learning Process of Physical and Health Education Teachers

Mohd Izwan Shahril, Norkhalid Salimin, Shaharudin Abdul Aziz, Mr Saryono
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of Task Assessment Standard (TASk) in the teaching and learning process of Physical and Health Education teachers. Task Assessment Standard (TASk) was constructed based on the Physical and Health Education Content Standard Document (2017)....

The Development of Athletic Games Model to Develop Character in Fourth-Grade Students

Dita Ayuning Tyas, Ria Lumintuarso
The aim of physical education is not only to develop the physical domain, but also to engage in moral acts. The development of Physical Education of Sport and Health (PJOK) learning model is one of the efforts geared towards helping the limited facilities and infrastructures of learning PJOK in school...

Differences of Influence of Playing Playdough and Puzzles on Fine Motor Skills and Logical-Mathematical Intelligence in Early Childhood

Panggung Sutapa, Yudik Prasetyo, Fatkhurahman Arjuna, Hadwi Prihatanta
Playing at a tender age is part of life as playing could be a means of education. The purpose of this research is to determine the effect of playdough games and puzzles on fine motor skills and logical-mathematical intelligence in early childhood. The specimen in this study were children of Tunas Melati...

The Athletics Literacy through Need Assessment Software in contribution to the Physical Education and Health Learning Process

Muhammad Imam Rahmatullah, Yustinus Sukarmin
This research is aimed at: (1) Increasing the learners’ knowledge on the importance of athletics literacy. (2) Propelling the teachers towards giving the learning materials of Physical Education and Health to the learners.(3) Aiding the sustenance of the practices of School Literacy Movement, proposed...

Evaluation of the 2013 Curriculum Implemented by Physical Education Teachers

Budi Setiadi, Mr Soegiyanto, Setiyo Rahayu, Hari Setijono
The 2013 curriculum implies the need for a learning process guided by scientific or scientific approaches. Students are more active in constructing their knowledge and skills. The purpose of this research is to evaluate the implementation of the 2013 Curriculum in Senior High Schools in Lampung Province,...

Perception of Physical Education Teachers on the Implementation and Evaluation of Curriculum 2013

Ermawan Susanto, Pamuji Sukoco
The implementation of K2013 has not gone as foresighted by the government. This research makes use of survey research mode in the form of field study. Interviews, observations and questioners obtained data. Data was collected in Sleman Regency from three primary schools namely: SD Muhammadiyah Balecatur,...

Comparative Study on Mental Health among Badminton Players and Table Tennis Players of the Kalaburagi District in India

Mr Jange
mental health can be defined as a state of well-being that makes every individual realizes his or her own potential to cope with the normal stress of life, so as to work productively and fruitfully to make contribution to the community. The purpose of this study is to examine the mental health level...

The History of Pencak Silat Goes to the World in the Period of 1980-2000

Firdhana Wahyu Putra, Mr Siswantoyo
This research aims to reveal the history of the international development of martial arts in the period 1980-2000. This study uses qualitative methods with a historical research approach. Sources of data in this study using primary and secondary data sources. Primary data sources were obtained from interviews...

Games to Introduce Basic Motion of Martial Arts

Sulasikin Sahdi Kadir, Mr Siswantoyo
This work aims to produce a modified game aimed at introducing the basic movements of martial arts. This game can be used by teachers and trainers for primary school age children by entering basic movements of pencaksilat. The data analysis techniques used qualitative data obtained from suggestions and...

The Effects of Circuit and Fartlek Exercise Method and Peak Expiratory Flow on Vo2max

Leo Pratama, Wara Kushartanti
Objective: (1) Differences between the effects of circuit and fartlek training method on VO2Max; (2) Differences between the effects of high and low peak expiratory flow on VO2Max; and (3) The interactions between circuit, fartlek exercise methods and peak expiratory flow (high and low) on VO2Max. 2...

Coaching Achievements KKO in Senior High School as an Evaluation to Sport Achievements

Fajar Sriwahyuniati, Risti Nurfadhila
The objective of this research paper is 1) to determine the implementation of performance training for Sports Special Classes (SMA) in Yogyakarta High School level, and 2) to identify the results of High School (KKO) Sports Special Class Achievement (KKO) achievement in Yogyakarta. The descriptive research...

The Effect of Plyometric Training to Speed of Volleyball Athletes

Mr Mansur, Subagyo Irianto, Faidillah Kurniawan
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of plyometric training (dynamic and static plyometrics training) on the speed of YUSO Sleman athletes. The sample of 18 volleyball athletes divided into two group (dynamic plyometric group and static plyometric group). In addition, speed performance...

The Role of Sports Medicine in Elite Sports

Evert Verhagen
When it concerns performance enhancement a lot of funds and effort are being put in – amongst others – the development of new training methods, training materials, and equipment. All with the aim to make our athletes stronger, faster and better. what is generally neglected is that in order for athletes...

Shooting Drills with Target Changes to Improve the Accuracy of Penalty Kick in Soccer

Arif Hidayat
The objective of this research was to determine the effect of the drill method on penalty kick accuracy in the students of Prabumulih State High School. A quasi-experimental research design was used to obtain data. A non-probability sampling method was used to select 20 participants for this study. The...

The Effect of Moderate Intensity Continuous Training (MICT) and High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) on Erythrocytes, Leukocytes, and Platelets Level

Andryas Yuniarto, Panggung Sutapa
The purpose of this research is to reveal the effects of moderate intensity continuous training (MICT) and high intensity interval training (HIIT) on red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cells (leukocytes), and platelets level. This research is an experimental research with random control group...

The Effects of Exercise Method and Arm Strength on 200 Meters Freestyle Swimming Achievements

Evan Billy Andrianto, Mr Dimyati
At the 2017 national championship "Walikota Cup" in Yogyakarta, in the 200m freestyle event for swimmers between the age of 10 to 11 years, there were 41 participants and Yogyakarta represented 12 male swimmers. None of the swimmers have been included in the top three in any event because 200m freestyle...

The Analysis of Diving Resistance by Using Dry Static Method for Freediving Beginners

Syamsul Bakri, Mr Suharjana
Diving is an integral part of freediving. Diving skills are techniques carried out by freediving athletes to survive in the water for a longer estimated time more than a regular swimmer. Static dry is a method employed by swimmers to last longer in the water. This research was conducted to analyze resistance...