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Effects of Weight Training with Aerobic Glycolysis System (CHO) Reference on Waist Circumference Surdiniaty Ugelta; Tono Haryono; Upik Rahmi; Nina Sutresna; Asti Dewi Rahayu Fitrianingsih; Ahmad Zaeri Sya'rani
COMPETITOR: Jurnal Pendidikan Kepelatihan Olahraga Vol 14, No 1 (2022): February

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v14i1.24763


Physical fitness or fitness center and gymnastics studio as a business event, to improve the quality of human life through community sports. Maintain, maintain, and improve health, by using the facilities and infrastructure offered at the fitness center such as free weight equipment, and weight training. The aim is to see the results of weight training (free weight) through the analysis of the aerobic glycolysis system (CHO) on waist circumference. The treatment was given weight training with a duration of one minute (1 minute), using isotonic contractions, performed with 3 repetitions of sets, each set resting 30 seconds. Does it have a significant effect on the waist circumference of the perpetrator? The research method uses a one-Group Pretest-Posttest design. Isotonic exercise affects waist circumference.
Analysis intelligent quotient with handball game performance: Study case of athletes POPDA Bandung City Gatarina Nurani Oktavia; Agus Rusdiana; Iwa Ikhwan Hidayat; Tono Haryono; Badruzaman Badruzaman; Tian Kurniawan; Iman Imanudin
Jorpres (Jurnal Olahraga Prestasi) Vol 19, No 2 (2023)
Publisher : Departement of Sports Coaching, Faculty of Sports Sciences, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jorpres.v19i2.66185


Sports achievement is influenced by many factors, such as physical condition, technique, tactics, and psychology. An athlete's Intellectual Ability/intelligence quotient (IQ) influences playing performance in a match. The research aims to determine the level of relationship between IQ and performance ability in playing handball. This research uses a quantitative approach using correlative descriptive methods. The sample in this study used a purposive sampling technique which resulted in 40 subjects with an age range of 16-18 years with std ± 7.178. Using two research instruments, namely collecting data for intellectual intelligence results in collaboration with psychological practitioners and using Game Performance Assessment Instrument (GPAI) analysis for handball games. Data analysis was processed using SPSS version 26 software, using the MANOVA method. Multivariate research results (p0.05) show that each component of the handball game includes decision-making (0.9280.05), skill execution (0.0820.05), support (0.8920.05), guard (0.327 0.05), and game performance (0.2070.05). Therefore, there is no significant relationship between intellectual intelligence and playing handball, but there is a positive average result of the highest relationship between intellectual intelligence and execution skills. From the findings, the game of handball must improve the execution skill/technical skill component.
Kinematic Analysis of the Drag Push Technique on Ball Speed in Indoor Hockey S Salman; Tono Haryono
JURNAL PENDIDIKAN JASMANI DAN OLAHRAGA Vol 8, No 2 (2023): Health Benefits of Exercise and Physical Activity
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/jpjo.v8i2.56236


This research was aimed to analyze the drag push technique using a 3D kinematic analysis approach. Biomechanical parameters have a significant effect on the drag push technique so that they can be specific recommendations for training the drag push technique. The method used in this research was quantitative descriptive method. The samples participating in this study were professional hockey players from the Indonesian National men's team (n: 12; age: 21.3 ± 2.5 years; weight: 71.7 ± 5.2 kg; height: 170 ± 2, 4 cm; BMI: 21.2 ± 1.7; competition experience: 4 ± 2.2 years). The instrument used in this research was a High-Speed Camera (Fastecimaging; San Diego, USA) with a shutter speed of 120Hz to record the athlete movements when performing the drag push technique. Radar Speed Gun (Bushnell; Kansas, USA) was used to detect ball speed resulting from the drag push technique. Motion Analysis Software (Frame-DIAS; Fukuoka, Japan) was used to analyze motion kinematics in three dimensions. The collected data were analyzed statistically using descriptive statistics and stepwise linear regression. The results revealed that drag distance and stance width were the dominant variables for optimizing push-in performance of Indonesian Indoor Hockey athletes. This study suggests that maximizing the distance of the foot to the ball at the start of the push-in is important to maximize the distance of the pull and using a combination of simultaneous and sequential segment rotations is beneficial to optimize the ball speed and the drag speed.