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WAHANA Vol 69 No 2 (2017)
Publisher : LPPM Universitas PGRI Adi Buana Surabaya

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Power is the power and speed of muscle contraction is dynamic and explosive and involvesthe expenditure of maximum muscle strength in the fastest time. Explosive power is one componentof physical condition that is needed in sports. This is supported by the opinion of Sukadiyanto(2011: 128) power is the result of times between strength and speed. To that end, the sequence toincrease power is given after the athlete is trained element of strength and speed. According toRiaydi, (2010) explosive power is a person's ability to use maximum capabilities deployed in theshortest time. The obstacle hexagonal jump is done quickly so that the movements performed areexplosive or abrupt so as to have an effect on the increase of explosive muscle limb power. Theresult of statistical analysis showed that the mean for the treatment group was 2.90 while the meanfor the control group was 1.55 this indicated that the mean group of threatment was greater than thecontrol group. While the results of the threatment group analysis is known that the t-test value is11.599 with the standard deviation of 1.119 and for the control group that the t-test value is 9.131with the standard deviation of 0.759, thus there is indeed the effect of obstacle hexagonal exerciseon increasing the muscle explosive power ) leg muscles.
Talent Scouting sebagai Pengarah pada Kegiatan Positif melalui Penyelenggaran Turnamen Bola Voli Santika Rentika Hadi; Bambang Juni Pitoyo; Catur Erik; Yandika Fefrian Rosmi; Achmad Nuryadi; Mulyono Mulyono; Brahmana Rangga; Ongky Airlangga
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat Vol 6 No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Mathla'ul Anwar Banten

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TALENT SCOUTING AS A DIRECTION FOR POSITIVE ACTIVITIES THROUGH ORGANIZING VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENTS. The sport potential in Gondang sub-district in general and in Kalikatir village in particular is the Volleyball game. On the other hand juvenile delinquency is a challenge that must be faced. The implementation of the Vaoli Ball tournament Tournament Cup at the PGRI Adi Buana University Surabaya is an activity forum that is expected to be used as a talent scoating for volleyball players and can provide a focus of positive activities for villagers, especially young people, to be directed towards positive activities, so as to prevent the possibility of the possibility of unwanted negative activity. The Rector Cup Volleyball Tournament of PGRI Adi Buana University Surabaya was held from February 19 to February 27, 2020, in Kalikatir Village with 16 Village participants in Gondang District, Mojokerto Regency. The tournament uses the knockout system. Monitoring of talented young players can be used as a guideline for coaching program planning at the Gondang District level. Observation about the sustainability of the program through interviews and questionnaires to explore the interest and commitment to volleyball. The results achieved, as the first winner was Bening village, 2nd place Kalikatir village, 3rd place Wonoploso village and 4th place Kemasantani village. The recruitment of 13 young players, and 2 senior players with adequate volleyball ability, are ready to be selected to become the Gondang District team. Commitment to continuing to practice volleyball and keep yourself from negative things to achieve. An awareness of the benefits of high-performance sports can support the future of volleyball players.
Pelatihan Pembuatan Video Pembelajaran Berbasis Software Camtasia bagi Guru SMA Negeri 1 Dawarblandong, Mojokerto Eko Sugandi; Nur Rohma; Anies Listyowati; Achmad Nuryadi; Cindy Asli Pravesti; Elia Firda Mufidah; Rina Asmaul; Ninik Mutianingsih; Lydia Lia Prayitno
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat Vol 6 No 4 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Mathla'ul Anwar Banten

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CAMTASIA SOFTWARE-BASED LEARNING VIDEO MAKING TRAINING FOR TEACHERS OF SMA NEGERI 1 DAWARBLANDONG, MOJOKERTO. The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in the use of learning media in schools to become an obstacle during the online learning process. The teachers only use existing learning media in schools and are not used to developing instructional videos. The aim of this activity is to provide training in making learning videos based on Camtasia software for 50 teachers at SMA Negeri 1 Dawarblandong, Mojokerto. The methods used in this training are discourse, discussion, mentoring, and also training to develop learning videos in accordance their fields of study. After mentoring and training in making Camtasia-based learning videos, the team of presenters and participants evaluated the learning videos that were successfully developed by the teacher. The result was that 74% of teachers at SMA Negeri 1 Dawarblandong, Mojokerto succeeded in developing interactive learning videos using Camtasia software. During the training, the participants seemed enthusiastic about taking part in the Camtasia-based learning video making training activity.
Learning Innovation With The Theme Of Online-Based Learning Innovation Achmad Nuryadi; Mulyono; Shandy Pieter Pelamonia; I Gede Dharma U; Ramadhany Hananto P; Riga Mardika
GANDRUNG: Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): GANDRUNG: Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat
Publisher : Fakultas Olahraga dan Kesehatan, Universitas PGRI Banyuwangi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36526/gandrung.v3i1.1598


To implement based on the results of the rapid survey analysis of learning from home during the COVID-19 prevention period, Ministry of Education and Culture April 2020, the obstacles faced by teachers in learning from home include the percentage of teachers' ability to operate digital devices of 67.11%, the availability of facilities and infrastructure owned by students. by 29.45%. Difficulty in understanding lessons is a complaint of the majority of students in almost all types of education units. There are difficulties in understanding related to subjects that are almost the same experienced by every level of our education, of course there needs to be a way how to need student assistance. In preparation for offline learning, SMPN 1 Tegalampel Bondowoso requires many references on how to innovate online learning. Therefore, it is necessary to hold counseling about Online Learning Innovation at SMPN 1 Tegalampel Bondowoso. The implementation of the Community Service Program activities by the Physical Education Lecturer Team at PGRI University Adi Buana Surabaya went smoothly. The teachers of SMPN 1 Tegalampel Bondowoso were very enthusiastic about participating in every scheduled activity. In order to prepare for offline learning, SMPN 1 Tegalampel Bondowoso needs many references on how to innovate online learning. Starting from knowledge of other innovations that can benefit all
The accuracy of PJOK in Service Teachers Designing Assesment: A Case Study of Long Jump Achmad Nuryadi; Bayu Akbar Harmono; Muhammad Wahyono; Arnaz Anggoro Saputro
JOURNAL RESPECS (Research Physical Education and Sports) Vol. 5 No. 1 (2023): Journal RESPECS (Research Physical Education and Sports)
Publisher : Universitas Majalengka

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One branch of sportis athletics and it was explained that getting maximum results in this sport is of course influenced by one's physical abilities. Purpose: to measure the accuracy of the psychomotor assessment instrument developed by the PJOK teacher on long jump material. Methods: Two teachers subject participated in this study. Documentation method used in this study then were analyzed used four indicators. Results and discussioin: The assessment instrument developed by the subject is still not sufficient to assess students' long jump abilities. Each item needs to be specified further to make it easier for the observer. Conclusion and Implications: The developed instrument is not appropriate so it needs for the further. It is necessary to have workshop activities to train PJOK teachers to develop assessment instruments. Limitation and recommendation: This study is only limited to the development of long jump psychomotor assessment. So, it is necessary to further develop psychomotor instruments in other sports
PERAN ORANG TUA DALAM MENDUKUNG PRESTASI OLAHRAGA SEPAK BOLA PUTRI DI LAMONGAN Sherif Juniar Aryanto; Muhammad Wahyono; Pratiwi Viyanti; Ramadhani Hananto Puriana; Achmad Nuryadi; Bayu Akbar Harmono
STAND Vol 4 No 1 (2023): STAND : Journal Sports Teaching and Development

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36456/j-stand.v4i1.7622


Parents are the first people who influence the growth and development of children, so that the important role of parents is to analyze, support, direct and develop the potential of their children, so that it is the support from parents that encourages children's achievements. This study aims to find out how much support the athletes have for the sports achievements of women's football in Lamongan. There are three factors that support children's sports achievements, namely 1) Attention; 2) Facilities in the form of infrastructure and nutritional intake; 3) Social support from the surrounding environment. Based on the results obtained, 53% were categorized as good and 30% were categorized as sufficient so that the parents of the athletes were good at supporting Lamongan women's football sports achievements, but 17% were categorized as very lacking. parents in fulfilling good nutritional intake for Lamongan women's football athletes, even so the average result obtained was 91, which means that the role of parents in supporting Lamongan women's football sports achievements is categorized as sufficient.
Journal of Social Comunity Services (JSCS) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2024): JSCS
Publisher : Antis Publisher

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.61796/jscs.v1i1.16


Indonesia is a country that is rich in natural beauty and diverse cultures, so that in this country we can see that there are many tourist attractions, both cultural tourism and natural tourism. With this, the role of villages is very necessary, especially in managing tourist villages, especially in Pacitan Regency. Apart from that, a phenomenon was also found that from 2021 until now there is a problem with funds, this is because the village budget has been used up for the needs of handling Covid in the form of direct assistance to communities affected by Covid. So that construction to maximize tourist attractions was temporarily stopped. Research shows that the management of natural tourist attractions in Pacitan Regency is running well, as the government has provided supporting facilities and infrastructure, but there are several obstacles, namely the difficulty of implementing water sports in this area. The method used in community service program activities is based on the asset based approach (ABA). The activity stages include field observations, drafting material requirements and implementation, licensing, implementation of service, evaluation, up to the final report. Based on the analysis, it was concluded that several things could be done to implement nature-based water tourism in the Wonodadi Kulon Village area, Ngadirojo District, Pacitan Regency. (1) Development of water tourism objects can be done by adding tourist variations such as canoes and water boats; (2) Development of transportation infrastructure by improving road access to tourist attractions which is still not good; (3) Development of capital assistance for activities by seeking sponsors in various sectors; and (4) Development of facilities and infrastructure that support tourism activities by rejuvenating facilities and innovating facilities that do not yet exist, such as parks and rest areas for tired visitors.