Journal of Physical Education and Sports https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Indonesian Version</strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><em>Journal of Physical Education and Sports</em> menerbitkan tulisan ilmiah hasil penelitian dan gagasan konseptual tentang pendidikan jasmani dan olahraga.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>English Version</strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Journal of Physical Education and Sports publishes articles of original researchs and conceptual studies about physical education and sports.</p> Study Program Education and Sports, Postgraduate Universitas Negeri Semarang en-US Journal of Physical Education and Sports 2252-648X Influence of Training Method and Running Speed Toward Ball Dribbling Skill Improvement of Soccer Extracurricullar Students of The Whole 02 Cluster of JHS Students in Semarang https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes/article/view/36346 <p>This research aimed to analyze influences of 40 – Yard sprint training method and 40 –Yard Backpedal – Forward training method to dribbling skill of soccer. The variables of this research consisted of manipulative variables: 40 yard sprint and 40 yard backpedal – forward trainings, independent – attributive variables (the controlled variables): high and low speeds. The sample consisted of whole 02 cluster of JHS soccer extracurricular students in Semarang with total 40 participants. The normality test showed sig score of pretest data 0.2335 &gt; 0.05. Thus, the data was normally distributed. The homogeneity test showed from all indicators of test, the sig score 0.05 ≥ 5%. Thus, H<sub>0</sub> was accepted. Therefore, the data was homogeneous. The Two Way Anova test results on the training variables showed sig score 0.017 &lt; 0.050. It meant that there was dribbling speed difference between first and second experimental groups. Dealing with speed as the variable, the sig score = 0.008 &lt; 0.050. It showed that tehre was dribbling speed difference between high speed and low speed respondents. The conclusions were there was influence of 40 – yard sprint and 40 – yard backpedal forward to dribbling skill in soccer of the students, there was influence on high and low speed to dribbling skill in soccer of the students, and there was interaction between the methods to the dribbling skill of the students.</p> Erwin Budi Setyo Mugiyo Hartono Tri Rustiadi ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-12-26 2019-12-26 9 1 1 7 Development of Karate Physical Test Instrument Category Comparison (Kumite) Ages 14-17 Years https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes/article/view/36347 <p>These failures need to be corrected through practice, this is important to support performance when on the field. To increase the ability to exercise can be determining factors for a person's ability. Means there are several essential factors to improve performance in order to achieve optimal sports performance. Based on the background of the problem and the suitability of the focus of the study, this research is oriented to the preparation of a series of physical tests:&nbsp; How is the preparation of an effective physical test instrument model for athletes in karate? Produce physical test norms of karate athletes aged 14-17 years to identify athletes in the karate sports competition category (Kumite)? Karate is a technique that gives everyone the freedom to use a fist or defend themselves barehanded. Karate is a martial arts branch that has been known for a long time in Indonesia and is a sport that is quite popular with the general public, both in large cities and in small areas. The method used to develop or validate Development products is in the form of a test which includes physical test measurements that can be used to identify karate athletes in the match category (kumite) aged 14 to 17 years. The basic consideration of this type of research and development is used to develop karate physical test instruments. The leg length factor has a dominant effect on karate play. The weight factor in this study is very influential in the game because the more relaxed the body is more freely in moving. The ideals in the body are very influential in karate motion skills. Reaction time test by Androi, Hexagone Obstacle Test, Hurdle Jump, Quick Strike, in this case the training method conducted by the researcher is the right method to measure and improve a physical ability of karate athletes, especially the kumite sparring category, age range of 14-17 years. Anaerobic capacity is determined by the maximum capacity of oxygen consumption and psychological capacity against physiological difficulties. How to train and measure the anaerobic abilities of karate athletes with Rust (Anerobic Running based anaerobic sprint test).</p> Harris Arfan Setiadi Nasuka Nasuka Tommy Soenyoto ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-12-26 2019-12-26 9 1 8 13 Contributions Agility, Resilience and Self-Confidence Against Ball Dribbling Skills (Dribbling) Futsal https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes/article/view/36348 <p>The purpose of this study was to analyze the contribution of agility, endurance and confidence in dribbling skills futsal SMAN 4 Purwokerto. How big is the contribution of each factor and combination of several of these factors to dribble skills.The method used is quantitative research methods. The study population of students in extracurricular futsal totaling 30 people and all were taken as sample. Data collection techniques used is a practice test and, questionnaire and documentation. Data were analyzed using descriptive analysis and ordinal regersi test. The results showed there is a contribution agility with results dribbling skills 31.6%, there is a contribution durability with dribbling skills by 43.6%, there is a contribution confident dribbling skills of 16.7%, there were contributions agility and endurance with dribbling skills by 49.2%, there were contributions agility and confidence in dribbling skills by 33,The conclusion that the contribution of agility, endurance and confidence that both can affect the dribbling skills in the game of futsal are good also. By the evidence of this hypothesis it is expected to benefit particularly for coaches or players in order to improve the skills of dribbling game of futsal, it is necessary mastery of agility, endurance and the cultivation of good confident posture and maximum.</p> Fiat Dodi Darmawan Sulaiman Sulaiman Heny Setyawati ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-12-26 2019-12-26 9 1 14 19 The Emotional Intelligence and Age Relationships Towards Basic Movement Locomotor in Kindergarten Students https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes/article/view/36353 <p>The purpose of this study was to analyze the emotional intelligence relationship towards locomotor basic movement abilities in kindergarten, the age relationship towards locomotor basic movement abilities in kindergarten, the emotional intelligence and age relationship towards locomotor basic movement abilities in kindergarten. This research uses a quantitative approach with correlation design. The sample of this research is 118 students from State Kindergarten Pembina. Data collection techniques used are Scale, Documentation, and Observation. Partial regression test was obtained p-value of 0.032, because the p-value is 0.032 &lt; a (0.05), it is concluded that there is a significant influence between the emotional intelligence ability with locomotor basic movement in kindergarten. Age factors significantly influence the locomotor basic movement in kindergarten. This is evidenced by the partial regression test, a 0.040 &lt; a (0.05) p-value is obtained. Based on the simultaneous regression test, the p-value is 0.045. Because the p-value is 0.045 &lt; a (0.05), it is concluded that there is a significant influence between the emotional intelligence and age ability with locomotor basic movement in kindergarten. It can be concluded that there is a relationship between the emotional intelligence ability towards locomotor basic movement in kindergarten. There is a relationship between age and locomotor basic movement in kindergarten. There is a relationship between emotional intelligence ability and age on locomotor basic movement in kindergarten.</p> Reddy Pramandhika Rumini Rumini Donny Wira Yudha Kusuma ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-12-26 2019-12-26 9 1 20 24 Training Aid Development for Twist on Artistic Gymnastics Competition in Pemalang Regency https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes/article/view/36354 <p>The study aimed to develop a twist training aid and find out the effectiveness of the twist training aid in increasing somersault twist motion used in training for junior and senior athletes. This study uses a model development method with a qualitative approach. The main procedure in research and development consists of six steps, namely: analyzing the product to be developed, developing the initial product, expert validation, product revision, large-scale trial, product end. The results of the study concluded that the development of twist training aids on the artistic gymnastics race by producing Atlantis products was well categorized and suitable for use as a somersault twist motion training aid in artistic gymnastics for junior athletes, and senior athletes, could improve skills in somersault twist and somersault twist for junior athletes and senior athletes, make it easier for coaches to provide assistance in somersault twist and somersault twist exercises for junior and senior athletes.</p> Dwi Purnomo Heny Setyawati Soekardi Soekardi ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-12-26 2019-12-26 9 1 25 31 The Implementation of Physical Education Learning Curriculum 2013 Revised Edition 2016 https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes/article/view/36694 <p>The purpose of this study was to determine the implementation of the 2016 revised edition of the 2016 Physical Education Penjasorkes in Vocational High Schools in Batang District. The research approach used was a qualitative descriptive approach, namely research by providing an overview of facts in the field. The data analysis uses qualitative analysis and percentage quantitative analysis for students. The results of the study for teachers showed that the results of the planning study was well, there were 17 or (89%) of the teachers implemented lesson plans, and 3 did not; from the implementation, 14 or (74%) of the teachers implemented scientific learning and 5 did not implement science; from the results of the learning evaluation it is known that 14 or 74% of teachers carry out authentic assessments. But only 3 assessments are affective, psychomotor, and cognitive, while 5 other teachers make authentic assessments, but do not carry back to the old assessment rubics. For students divided into 2 aspects: knowledge of the curriculum 2013 and student responses. In the first stage student knowledge was obtained 24 (11.2%) very good, 171 (71.3%) good; 41 (71.3%) were quite good; 1 (0.4%) less. In the second stage, 77 students' responses (32.1%) were very good; 152 (63.3%) are good, 11 (4.6%) are lacking, so a good average is obtained. Suggestions that researchers can give related to the results of the research are that before implementing the curriculum each school reports school readiness such as facilities and infrastructure are improved and the readiness of the principal or teacher reports to the local service so that the government knows and evaluates the implementation of the latest curriculum.</p> Ganis Lukmana Heny Setyawati Tommy Soenyoto ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-11 2020-01-11 9 1 32 38 Cirebon Gaming Esport Club Management https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes/article/view/36648 <p>Electronic Sport abbreviated as Esport has a general meaning: an agility contest between individuals or groups that are not limited to physical activities and is carried out using tools that perform their functions electronically. This qualitative research aims to analyze the planning system (Planning), analyzing the organizing system (Organizing), analyzing the implementation system (actuating), analyzing the surveillance system (Controlling). This research uses a descriptive qualitative approach. The subjects in this study were administrators, coaches, and athletes at the Cirebon Gaming Esport club. This study uses data collection techniques with methods of observation (observation), interviews (interviews), and documentation. Data analysis techniques using data triangulation, namely data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and concluding. The results of this study are that the Cirebon Gaming Esport club has run proper organization management. In planning the Cirebon Gaming club, Esport plans activities for a period. In organizing the management together, carry out their respective duties and responsibilities. In the implementation of all members of the Cirebon Gaming Esport club together, help each other in carrying out activities that have been planned at the management meeting. At the supervision of the Cirebon Gaming Esport club conduct an evaluation after the activity is finished, the evaluation conducted will be reported at the end of the activity and sealed in the management.</p> Doni Nugraha Hidayat Sugiharto Sugiharto Tommy Soenyoto ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-09 2020-01-09 9 1 39 43 Effects of Intelligence Quotient, Emotional Quotient, and Motor Educability on Players Ability to Tact in Soccer Games https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes/article/view/36650 <p>Soccer requires athletes to have complete equipment in a game situation. Not only physical, mental, and technical aspects, but tactics must also be considered. The purpose of this research is to analyze the effect of intelligence quotient, emotional quotient, and motor educability on the ability of players to perform soccer tactics. This research is a quantitative descriptive study, a sample of 30 people with a sampling technique using a purposive sampling technique — data analysis using SPSS 22 application program, multiple linear regression analysis techniques. The results of the study did not have a significant effect between intelligence quotient and emotional quotient, and there is a significant influence between emotional quotient with motor educability, there is a significant influence between intelligence quotient and motor educability, intelligence quotient does not have a significant effect on a player's ability to engage in soccer tactics, emotional quotient does not have a significant effect on a player's ability to do soccer tactics, motor educability has a significant effect on a player's ability to do soccer tactics, intelligence quotient, emotional quotient, motor educability have a significant influence on the ability of players to do soccer tactics.</p> Wiwit Kurniawan Harry Pramono Rumini Rumini ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-09 2020-01-09 9 1 44 49 Evaluation of the Development of the Sukowati Emas Program Achievement at the Indonesian National Sports Committee, Sragen Regency https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes/article/view/37059 <p>PROSUKMA is a special program created by KONI Sragen Regency. This study aims to evaluate the antecedent which includes the background, and planning of coaching programs, evaluating transactions which include recruitment of trainers, athlete recruitment, training programs, supporting facilities and infrastructure, funding, coordination, and welfare of KONI PROSUKMA Sragen development, and evaluating outcomes which include the successful implementation of coaching in the achievement of fostering KONI PROSUKMA Sragen. This study uses a descriptive qualitative approach with the Countenance evaluation model from Robert E. Stake. The subjects in this study were administrators, trainers, and athletes KONI PROSUKMA Sragen Regency. The results of this study are the antecedent evaluation consisting of the background and planning of the KONI PROSUKMA development program, Sragen Regency is clear and well organized, transaction evaluation consisting of recruiting coaches and athletes has been going well, the implementation of the training program is quite proper following the training program the schedule, facilities, and infrastructure are not good enough, some have not been of a national standard, funding is going well enough not enough to meet the needs of coaching, coordination is going well, the welfare provided for trainers, and athletes is quite good, but not yet optimal, and evaluating outcomes in the form of athlete achievement in some sports it is quite good but not stable. There are still sports that have not yet achieved accomplishments.</p> Vensa Lukita Umayah Nasuka Nasuka Fajar Awang Irawan ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-31 2020-01-31 9 1 50 56 The Movement Form Of Traditional Game (Buja Kadanda) “Dou Mbojo” Related To Physical Education Values https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes/article/view/37185 <p>This research aimed to describe and analyze the movement form of traditional game (buja kadanda) <em>“dou mbojo”</em> related to physical education values. This research was a value relevance research with a qualitative research method and the approach model was phenomenology. The subject of this research was physical education and sports teacher, community leader and the cultural sector of Bima regency. Data collection techniques were observation, interview, documentation and triangulation. The result of this research were based on the findings and discussions of the movement form of traditional game (buja kadja) <em>“dou mbojo”</em> related to physical education values. It was in accordance with the research problem which could be concluded that: the movement form occurred in traditional game <em>buja kadanda </em>was in line with the scope of physical education. The movement form was included&nbsp; locomotor movements (such as walking / <em>lampa</em>, running / <em>rai),</em> nonlocomotor movements (such as jumping / <em>nggoncu</em>, spinning / <em>wiri weki</em>) and manipulative movements (such as hitting / <em>maba, lambo, </em>holding / parrying / <em>taha</em>). Furthermore, regarding to the physical education values were namely; cooperation, courage, obedience, respect, responsibility, fun, and excitement. The benefits of this research could be as a contribution to the science treasure in the socio-cultural field so that the community included children, teenagers and adults had knowledge about the physical education values and socio-culture in the traditional game (buja kadanda) <em>“dou mbojo”</em> in Bima regency.</p> Anwar Anwar Oktia Woro Kasmini Handayani Rumini Rumini ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-02-11 2020-02-11 9 1 57 62 Government Policy on Provision of Facilities and Infrastructure Public Sports in Pati Regency https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes/article/view/37133 <p>This study aims to analyze planning in the provision of sports facilities and infrastructure, analyze the availability of sports facilities and infrastructure, analyze the use of sports facilities and infrastructure, analyze the management of sports facilities and infrastructure, analyze supporting factors and inhibitors of public sports facilities and infrastructure in Pati Regency. This study uses an integrative descriptive qualitative approach. The results study show that planning regarding the availability of sports facilities and infrastructure in the Pati Regency is already there but has not been appropriately realized, due to constraints by the budgetary funds for the sports sector. The availability of sports facilities and infrastructure is still concentrated in the center of Pati Regency, the number in the category is lacking, and the quality does not meet the standards. Utilization of sports facilities and infrastructure has not been carried out to the fullest, because sports facilities and infrastructure are still used for non-sporting purposes. The management of sports facilities and infrastructure has not been carried out optimally; as a result, the facilities and sports infrastructure are in poor condition. Supporting factors are Pati Regency already has a Regional Regulation on Sport as a strong legal basis for providing policies on the provision of sports facilities and infrastructure, and inhibiting factors include limited budget funds, which are given by the government for sports.</p> Ponda Kusuma Putra Sulaiman Sulaiman Mugiyo Hartono ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-02-12 2020-02-12 9 1 23 68 The Correlation of Arm Muscle Strength, Grip Strength, and Body Flexibility to the Results of Long Distance Shots on Woodball https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes/article/view/37531 <p>This research aims to analyse and examine the correlation between arm muscle strength, grip strength, and body flexibility to the results of long distance shots on woodball. This research applied a correlational design with variables of arm muscle strength, grip strength, and body flexibility to the results of long distance shots on woodball. The samples of this research were 25 Central Java woodball athletes using a pull and push instrument dynamometer, handgrip dynamometer, sit and reach dynamometer and long distance shots test. The results of this research are the arm muscle strength gave an effect to the results of long distance shots by 13.18%. The grip strength gave an effect to the results of long distance shots by 9.42%. The body flexibility had an effect to the results of long distance shots by 7.78%. The arm muscle strength and the grip strength together had an effect to the results of long-distance shots by 24.50%. The arm muscle strength and the flexibility together gave an effect to the results of long-distance shots by 17.14%. The grip strength and the body flexibility together had an effect to the result of long distance shots by 13.63%. The arm muscle strength, the grip strength, and the togok flexibility together gave an effect to the results of long distance shots by 27.60%.</p> farid aditama Sugiharto Sugiharto Donny Wira Yudha Kusuma ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-02-17 2020-02-17 9 1 69 75 Information Technology-Based Assessment Development Model for Rhythmic Gymnastics Referees in Semarang City https://journal.unnes.ac.id/sju/index.php/jpes/article/view/37533 <p>This study aims to produce information technology-based products that can be used as a rhythmic gymnastic referee in processing the score of information technology-based rhythmic gymnastics matches in the city of Semarang. This research is research and development. The subject of this research is the rhythmic gymnastic referee in the city of Semarang. Data collection is done by interview survey techniques, documentation studies, and observations. The data obtained were analyzed using qualitative methods. This research produces a product in the form of a rhythmic gymnastics competition assessment application, which is a website with the address www.rhythmicgymnasticswimilia.com which can be accessed by rhythmic gymnastics referees using a smartphone or laptop. A validity test conducted by experts produces a value of 95%. This value shows that the information technology-based rhythmic gymnastics assessment model is in the very good category. So it can be concluded that the rhythmic gymnastics assessment model based on information technology can be applied in the evaluation of rhythmic gymnastics competitions.</p> Intan Oktaviana Soegiyanto Soegiyanto Achmad Rifai ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-02-19 2020-02-19 9 1 76 80