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Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research
Published by CV Rezki Media
ISSN : -     EISSN : 28295846     DOI : https://doi.org/10.56003/pessr
Core Subject : Education,
Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research aims to facilitate and promote the inquiry into and dissemination of research results on sports science. The scope of our journal includes: 1. Physical education learning and educational technology 2. Evaluation in Physical Education 3. Games and sports recreation 4. Elite sports and performance enhancement 5. Motor skills 6. Physical exercise for children and athletes 7. Physical activity
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
Articles 15 Documents
Benefits of the SHC System on Publication Management and Promotion of Sports Actor Services Sapto Adi; Abi Fajar Fathoni
Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (651.264 KB) | DOI: 10.56003/pessr.v1i1.71

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Background: Publication and promotion of the profession as a sports actor has not been seen optimally. One that shows this is that it is difficult to find traces of the legality of the profession, its achievements, and its relationships. Some of these traces are very important to know because they can be a measure of the quality of services so that the public can determine the appropriate sports players to meet the needs of services in the field of sports. For this reason, it is necessary to develop an online system that makes it easier for the public to obtain information related to sports actors. As well as helping sports actors for the publication and promotion of their profession. Objectives: The purpose of the research is to develop a Sport Human Connection (SHC) system that can help sports players for publication and promotion of their profession. Methods: This research method uses research and development methods. The research subjects were sports actors (coaches, athletes, management of sports institutions, masseurs, and physiotherapists) as many as 60 people. The selection of research subjects was done randomly. The data collection technique was carried out by conducting a survey. The research instrument used closed and open questionnaires. The data analysis technique used is descriptive quantitative data analysis and narrative analysis. Results: From the data obtained from the research subjects, it can be said that the SHC system has benefits for the publication and promotion of the profession of sports players with the support of features that display professional legality, achievements, relations, and communication features. Conclusion: Looking at the results of the study, it can be concluded that the SHC system provides the benefits of publication and promotion of the profession of sports players.
Survey of Physical Activity Levels in Early Childhood Livia Mala Anjelina Anjelina; Supriatna Supriatna; Nurrul Riyad Fadhli
Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research
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Background: Teachers and parents need to know and understand the importance of physical activity in pre-school-age children. Good physical activity will affect children's development, both in motor and cognitive aspects that can support learning achievement at school. Objectives: This study aimed to determine the level of physical activity of PAUD Al-Abada students aged 4-5 years in Kediri City with a total of 11 students using the TGMD (Test of Gross Motor Development) test. Methods: The method used in this research is descriptive quantitative, which aims to provide a real picture of what is in the field about the physical activity of Al-Abada early childhood students aged 4-5 years in the city of Kediri. Results: From the results of the tests that have been carried out, the results of the locomotor test have an average of 33.04 (Above Average), and the object control test obtained an average of 38.54 (above average). The overall data shows that children are categorized as Very poor (0%), poor (0%), bellows average (9%), average (18%), above average (37%), superior (18%), very superior (18%). Conclusion: Based on the tests that have been carried out, it can be concluded that the locomotor and object control results showed above-average values.
Survey of Interest and Talent in Participating in Aerobic Gymnastics on the Nusantara Aerobic Gymnastics Team in 2021 Arum Dwi Masruroh; Puspodari Puspodari; Reo Prasetiyo Herpandika
Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research
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Background: The background of this research is based on the results of the researchers' observations, namely the Nusantara aerobics gymnastics team that has not been able to recruit new members from other majors and the uneven development of aerobic gymnastics talent possessed by members. Objectives: This study aimed to determine the level of interest and talent in aerobics among members of the Nusantara Aerobics Gymnastics Team in 2021. Methods: This study used a quantitative descriptive approach with a survey method. The subjects in this study were members of the Nusantara Aerobics Gymnastics Team, which consisted of 30 members. The sampling technique used is total sampling because the number of members is relatively small. The data collection technique used an instrument in the form of a questionnaire for interest data and a potential talent test in a sports search. The data analysis technique is in the form of a percentage using Microsoft Excel 2016 and SPSS v.23 software for windows. Results: Based on the study results and the results of the analysis, it can be seen that the level of interest in participating in aerobic exercise on the Aerobic Gymnastics Team is included in the very high category with a percentage score range of 90% - 100%. While the aerobic gymnastics talent possessed by members of the Aerobics Gymnastics Team can be seen in the results, namely, five members are classified as potential with a percentage of 16.7%, nine members are quite potential with a percentage of 30%, 13 members are classified as less potential with a percentage 43.3%, and three members are classified as not potential with a percentage of 10%. Conclusion: In conclusion, the interest of the Nusantara Aerobics gymnastics team members is very high, but they are less talented.
Efforts to Improve the Physical Conditions of Banyuwangi Teenage and Junior Wrestling Athletes After Coronavirus Outbreak Covid-19 Surya Adi Saputra; Rohmat Al Wafi; Tatok Sugiarto
Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research
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Background: The decreased intensity of exercise accompanied by the absence of an exercise program aimed at maintaining physical condition during the COVID-19 outbreak caused the wrestling athletes of Camp Satria Perkasa Kedunggebang to experience a decrease in physical condition. Objectives: This study aims to improve the physical quality of 20 athletes categorized according to their teens (ages 13-16 years) and juniors (ages 17-21 years), consisting of 14 males and 6 females. Methods: The research method used is a quantitative research type within action sports research. In this sports action research, there are two cycles, and each cycle consists of 3 to 5 meetings, where each cycle consists of 4 stages, namely planning, action/treatment, observation/observation, and reflection. Results: From the results of the tests that have been carried out, many athletes have managed to improve their speed quality as much as 70% of the total athletes, 75% agility quality, 85% strength component and 75% endurance. Conclusion: That all components of the athlete's physical condition have successfully met the previously targeted success criteria.
Survey on the Effectiveness of the Online Learning Process Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic in Physical Education Indung Pranata; Ari Wibowo Kurniawan
Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research
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Background: Since the outbreak of the coronavirus covid-19 in Indonesia, education has offered online learning. Online learning requires system support, namely hardware (smartphone, tablet, or laptop/personal computer), internet network, and human resources. However, the implementation of online learning encounters several challenges and obstacles, especially online learning in physical education in elementary schools. Objectives: The purpose of this study was to determine and examine the effectiveness of the online learning process due to the coronavirus pandemic in Physical Education and Health subjects at SD Negeri 6 Sumbermanjingkulon, Pagak District, Malang Regency. Methods: This study used a descriptive research design with a survey method. This study involved 48 elementary school students. The data collected through a questionnaire method or a google form-based questionnaire that has been tested for validity by an expert. Data analysis was carried out on five indicators in the study. The indicators consist of student interest, interest, benefits, learning facilities and infrastructure, and quality of interaction. Results: The results of the study indicate that the effectiveness of online learning at SD Negeri 6 Sumbermanjingkulon is in the criteria of being quite effective with a percentage of 46.90%. Conclusion: Based on the results of the study, it shows that overall online learning in physical education and health subjects is quite effective, but the percentage obtained between quite effective and ineffective is only a slight difference.
Physical Activity Participation of Persons Deprived of Liberty in Santiago City District Jail, Philippines Niño Nadera Baldonado; Ana Maria Libao Demot; Peter John Aguinaldo Villaflores; Geneviv Gumpal Dayag; Esperanza Leonidas Buado; Christian Velasco Ramos; Gil Vincent Tiaño Dela Cruz; Rhealyn Galaus Martinez
Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research
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Background: Physical activity in prison systems worldwide has been ignored for decades. The congested status of penal institutions around the country tends to breed unhealthy living conditions. Also, they are often deprived of physical activities due to limited opportunities. A person deprived of liberty means a person who has been arrested, held in lawful custody, detained, or imprisoned in execution of a lawful sentence. Objectives: This study aims to determine the physical activities and the scale of physical activity satisfaction of persons deprived of liberty in Santiago City District Jail, Philippines. Methods: This descriptive study utilized a survey of 140 randomly selected detainees and face-to-face interviews with 30 randomly chosen detainees. The questionnaire is divided into three parts: respondents' profiles, physical activities, and the scale of physical activity satisfaction. The interview method validated the results of the survey. Jacob G. Beard and Mounir G. Ragheb developed the Physical Activity Satisfaction Scale. It was adopted, validated, and used to determine the inmates' physical activity level of satisfaction.  Results: Findings show that most of the inmate-respondents are generally engaged in games or sports, dance, and other livelihood activities on an irregular basis. They also pronounced their satisfaction with their physical activities as they benefited from physiological, relaxational, educational, psychological, social, and aesthetic domains. Conclusion: It can be concluded that games and sports activities are moderately and positively related to physical activities' psychological and relaxational domains of the inmates.
Maximizing the Use of Google Sites in Delivering Instruction in Physical Education Classes Carla Jobelle Culajara
Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research
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Background: Being inventive and creative in offering effective and efficient teaching and learning processes is one of the priorities of any teacher, especially Physical Education teachers, as the delivery of instruction to students evolves. With these, this study proves and illuminates the usefulness of Google sites in delivering physical education teaching. Objectives: This research aims to determine the effects of Google sites as a medium for delivering Physical Education on the learning outcomes of Grade 10 students in one of the secondary schools in the Philippines. Its specific aims were to: (1) determine the impact of Google sites on availability, functionality, and goals, and (2) establish an enhancement program based on the study's findings. Methods: The study utilized a quantitative research design with descriptive approach accompany with survey questionnaire. The purposive sampling was utilized to 106 students from secondary schools in the Philippines.  Results: As the findings of the study geared toward its effectiveness in terms of functionality, availability and learning experience, it shows that most of the lessons delivered and maximizing Google sites as a tool in delivering instruction were appreciated by the students where students were mostly “Strongly Agree” with the responses. With this tool in delivering instruction, it shows light that students can easily understand the lesson in learning and doing tasks using Google sites. Conclusion: This study sheds light on the effective and efficient use of Google sites in delivering instruction in PE classes particularly offers a safe learning virtual environment, accessibility to the learning materials and learned using their own time and autonomy in learning. Using Google Sites to the fullest extent possible in Physical Education classes.
Preschool Age Fundamental Movement Skills Level Elok Ludyana; Imam Hariadi; Nurrul Riyad Fadhli
Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research
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Background: Teachers and parents need to know and understand the importance of fulfilling motor skills in pre-school-aged children to develop these habits and help reduce the rate of decline associated with motor delays in children's gross motor development. Objectives: This study aims to determine the level of fundamental movement skills of pre-school-age children at PAUD Tunas Bangsa in Bakalan Krajan, Malang City. Methods: This non-experimental study utilizes a descriptive research design with a survey method as its approach. The participants in this study were 15 children aged 3-5 years old from PAUD Tunas Bangsa Bakalan Krajan in Malang City. This study is a population study because all subjects were included in the study. The instrument used to determine the basic movements of pre-school-age children uses TGMD-2 (Test of Gross Motor Development). This study analyzed data using a table of norms for the Test of Gross Motor Development (TGMD-2) and percentages.  Results: The study's final findings revealed that the level of fundamental movement or gross motor skills of children aged 3-5 years at PAUD Tunas Bangsa in Malang City showed an average Gross Motor Quotient (GMQ) score of 124, establishing them in the high category. Conclusion: The level of fundamental movement skills of pre-school age children at PAUD Tunas Bangsa Bakalan Krajan in Malang City is in a good category, as evidenced by two measuring indicators, namely locomotor motion, and manipulative motion, so it can be said that children's gross motor skills develop by their level age.
The Relationship of Sports Participation in Academic Performance among College of Arts and Sciences Varsity Players John Michael Aquino; Mary Grace Reyes
Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research
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Background: Sports are featured in the curriculums of state universities and colleges (SUCs). The Laguna State Polytechnic University (LSPU) shines in sports competition throughout Region IV, and the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) varsity athletes are actively engaging in this sports competition. Nevertheless, during the previous decade, the CAS had been routinely rated third to fifth in intramurals. Objectives: The researcher wish to ascertain the embodiment of CAS student athletes' experiences in sports involvement and academic performances to discover the significance of participation in sports and academic performance of students. The findings serve as the foundation for crafting Student Intervention Program. Methods: The descriptive survey approach was used to a total of 30 varsity players in CAS from the 5 programs. The Cronbach alpha was utilized to assess the overall consistency of the self-made instrument and was carried out to CAS students belong to the varsity team using an internet web service.  Results: It was established that the student-athletes felt that all the assertions were evaluated as great in the university, especially in CAS, indicating satisfaction with the university's operations. Consequently, athletes excel in both athletics and academics. Conclusion: It was notably that CAS varsity players were deemed to be great by the student-athletes. Respondents were happy with the university's procedures as viewed and experienced in prior sports competitions held not just within the LSPU System but also at the Regional STRASUC or even National SCUAA. Students participating in sports are much more likely to excel academically.
Out-of-Field Public Senior High School Teachers: Competencies in Teaching Physical Education John Clark Martos Mesias
Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Physical Education and Sports: Studies and Research
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Background: Making sure that Physical Education (PE) classes are staffed with qualified and trained PE teacher is the most indispensable ingredient to a quality PE program. Only certified PE teachers should be given the accountability of teaching the skills and giving instruction that our young people need to adopt and maintain a physically active routine. Objectives: The purpose of this qualitative study was to draw out the lived experiences of out-of-field public Senior High School teachers on teaching Physical Education, identify the trainings and seminars’ relevant to their professional development and advancement. Methods: Through the descriptive narrative method, 22 out-of-field public senior high school teachers who were teaching PE from Areas 2A and 2B in Leyte Division served as participants and results derived from the interviews were coded and transcribed to come up with themes and sub-themes that follows: content knowledge with sub-themes; mastery of skills taught, sports-related trainings and dance pedagogy; pedagogical skills with sub-themes promotion of cooperative learning, stimulation of assigning leaders per group activities, inclusion of appropriate assessment tool or rubrics, and assurance of learners’ safety. Results: The study confirms that mastery of subject discipline is essential to a teacher. Teaching PE subjects is more than the theory; it delves more on skills demonstration and acquisition. If teachers are expert in the field they teach, they can demonstrate the skills, clearly answer students’ questions, and lessen the workload as they have but minor adjustment as far as the subject matter is concerned. Conclusion: This study confirms that mastery of the content is essential in the teaching-learning process. Teaching PE subjects is not all about imparting the content of the subject theoretically; it more on skills demonstration and acquisition.

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