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Competitor : Jurnal Pendidikan Kepelatihan Olahraga
ISSN : 20855389     EISSN : 26570734     DOI : 10.26858
Core Subject : Education,
Jurnal COMPETITOR diterbitkan oleh Jurusan Pendidikan Kepelatihan Olahraga Universitas Negeri Makassar. Jurnal terbit tiga kali setahun pada bulan Februari, Juni dan Oktober berisi artikel-artikel ilmiah tentang pengajaran pendidikan jasmani dan olahraga, baik yang ditulis dalam bahasa Indonesia maupun Asing. Artikel yang dimuat berupa analisis, kajian dan aplikasi teori, hasil penelitian dan pembahasan kepustakaan
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The Effect of Ball Feeling Variation Training on Dribbling Skills In Futsal Extracurricular Members of Senior High School 1 Jalancagak Mohammad Sya’ban Fadhillah; Abdul Salam Hidayat; Abdulloh Abdulloh
COMPETITOR: Jurnal Pendidikan Kepelatihan Olahraga Vol 14, No 3 (2022): October
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v14i3.38910

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This study aims to determine the effect of ball feeling variations on dribbling skills in futsal extracurricular members of SMA Negeri 1 Jalancagak. This study uses a quantitative approach. When viewed from the type of data presented, this type of research is an experiment with a "One Group Pretest-Posttest Design" design. The research population was participants who took part in futsal extracurricular at SMA Negeri 1 Jalancagak, totalling 20 students. The instrument used to measure dribbling skills is a modified dribbling test by Subagyo Irinto (1995), which was tested by Dica Febri Wardana (2015) with a validity test of 0.710 and a reliability test of 0.703. The data analysis technique used prerequisite tests, namely the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test for normality test, homogeneity test and t-test for hypothesis testing at a significant level of 5%. The results showed that there was a significant effect of ball feeling training on increasing dribbling skills in participants who took part in futsal extracurricular activities, with the results obtained from the pretest mean of 20.5725 and Standard Deviation of 1.71941, while for the posttest the mean value of 19.2270 with Standard Deviation of 1.42408. Judging from these results, it can be seen that the increase before and after students was given treatment using the ball feeling variation exercise method was an increase of 15.29%.
The Effect Of Smash Training With The Drill Smash Method On Accuracy Of Badminton Smash At UPTD Elementary School Lombang Dajah 1 Blega Trio Gatra; Heni Yuli Handayani; Khoirul Anwar
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v14i3.36391

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This type of research data is quasi-experimental using quantitative methods. The sampling technique is quota sampling which is included in the non-probability sampling. The research data collection used a badminton smash accuracy test through pretest and post-test. The data analysis technique used descriptive analysis. The results of this study from the two hypotheses tested indicate that there is an effect of smash training with the drill smash method on the accuracy of badminton and smash. Based on the results of the t-test in the form of a paired sample test, it shows that the significant value is 0.000, meaning less than 0.05, and then H0 is rejected. This shows that the results of providing learning before and after using the exercise method are not the same, thus it can be said that there is a significant difference between before and after giving the exercise to students.
The Influence Of Speed, Agility, Quickness (SAQ) Exercise On Agility And Speed Surawan Surawan; Setyo Harmono; Budiman Agung Pratama
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v14i3.38866

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The importance of agility and speed in football players in an effort to get maximum achievement and considering the type of Speed, Agility, Quickness (SAQ) training program, is a method that can be used to increase agility and speed, this study aims to determine the effect of speed, agility, quickness (SAQ) training on agility and speed in football extracurricular students of SMK PGRI 9 Ngawi Regency. This study uses a quantitative approach, the type of research is experimental research, the research design uses rondomized control group pretest-posttest, the sample is 30 people, while agility data is collected using the Illinois agility test instrument and the 20-meter running test. The data analysis technique used is an independent sample t-test. The results showed that the sig value of 0.001 < 0.05 which shows that there is an influence of speed, agility, quickness (saq) training on agility and speed in extracurricular football students of SMK PGRI 9 Ngawi Regency, This is seen from the average pre-test and posttest values of speed, agility, quickness (saq) training has a change of 2.71 to agility and 2.41 to speed, it can be concluded that the speed training method,  Agility, Quickness (SAQ) is better for increasing agility.
Physical Condition Of Wrestling Athletes In West Java On PON XX - Papua 2021 Eka Setiawati; Amung Ma’mun; Berliana Berliana
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v14i3.35473

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This study aims to determine and describe the development of the aerobic and anaerobic capacity of West Java women's wrestling athletes to face PON XX – 2021 Papua. This research method uses a quantitative descriptive method. The population in this study were women's wrestling athletes from West Java at PON XX 2021 Papua. The sampling technique used was non-probability with the purposive sampling technique. The number of samples in this study was 6 wrestling athletes from West Java. Data analysis used category percentages and factor analysis with the help of SPSS 23 software for windows. The results of this study indicate the physical condition of female wrestling athletes on cardio resistance in the first test was 39.48 ml/kg/min (79%) and in the second it was 39.51ml/kg/min (79%). The anaerobic component in the first test was 25.18 seconds (75.5%) and in the second test, it was 25.78 seconds (73.7%). The upper body endurance component in the first test is52.83 repetitions (81.3%), and on the second test 45.66 repetitions (71%). The component of abdominal muscle endurance in the first test is38.83 repetitions (59.7%), and on the second test 32 repetitions (49.2%). The leg power component in the first test is89%, and the second test of 85.1%. the agility component in the first test was 7.2 seconds (96.3%) and in the second test was 7.34 seconds (95.3%). The speed component in the first test was 3.81 seconds (86.7%) and in the second test was 3.77 seconds (87.6%). The flexibility component in the first test was 33.67 cm (112.2%), and in the second test was 41.33 cm (137.8%). Based on the factor analysis, the women's wrestling athlete from the West Java Regional National Sports Team at the Papua National Sports Week has a physical condition of 86.58%. In the first group, the percentage owned is 45.22% (speed). The second amount is 26.32% (cardio endurance and muscle endurance) Then the third amount is 15.04% (power, agility, flexibility). This study concludes that the overall components of the physical condition of the West Java women's wrestling athletes at the XX 2021 Papua PON are in the high category
The Influence Of Mental Toughness on The Achievement Of Professional Athletes Hasmyati Hasmyati; Nur Indah Atifah Anwar; Andi Atssam Mappanyukki; Alimin Hamzah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v14i3.39334

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This study aims to examine the relationship between mental toughness and athlete achievement. The research method used in this study is correlation research with a descriptive research design. This research was conducted in the city of Makassar with the population in this study being PORPROV 2022 athletes in Sinjai Regency. For the sampling technique, we used convenience sampling by giving freedom to the sample over availability to be the research sample in this study. Through this sampling, the number of samples in this study amounted to 38 athletes. The instrument used in this study was mental toughness (AfMTI) to measure the mental toughness of athletes, and an achievement instrument to take the number of medals with the top three rankings obtained by athletes. The results showed that there was a significant relationship between mental toughness and professional athlete achievement.
Aspects Of Physical Fitness Of Eye And Hand Coordination In SMPN 1 Bangkalan Students Ismiatin Ismiatin; Fajar Hidayatullah; Khoirul Anwar
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v14i3.36404

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This study was conducted to determine the aspects of physical fitness in SMPN 1 Bangkalan students using quantitative descriptive research with survey and measurement methods. The population of this study were students of Bangkalan 1 State Junior High School who were in class VII and took the best 30 students. The results of the research that has been carried out on this Validity test get valid results because the value is more than 0.970> 0.361, the reliability test is said to be reliable because it has Cronbach's alpha value> significant at 0.974> 0.05 then this reliability result is declared reliable. While in the test the significance value of 0.038 > 0.05, it can be concluded that the residual value is normally distributed.
Effectiveness of Medicine Ball Twist Toss Exercises Against Flick Drag Skills In Hockey Games Syahruddin Syahruddin; Muhammad Syahrul Saleh; M. Sahib Saleh
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v14i3.38868

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The drag flick technique is currently used by following the development of the synthetic field (carpet) with a more flat and slippery surface, so this technique can be used as a strategy to create goals. This study aims to determine the effect of medicine ball twist toss on drag flick skills in hockey games. This type of research is experimental with the treatment variable being medicine ball twist toss (MBT) exercise while the response variable is drag flick (DF) skill in hockey games. The sample was 20 people from the Hockey BKMF FIK UNM athletes, and they were divided into two groups, namely the experimental group (MBT training) and the control group (KK). The data collection technique used the shooting drag flick test instrument. Based on the results of the study, MBT training significantly improved DF skills in hockey (p<0.05). Therefore, improving DF skills can be done through MBT exercises.
Aerobic And Anaerobic Capacity Analysis Of Rowing Rowers Using Wattbike And Rowing Ergometer Concept II Alfy Fauzia Azmi; Amung Ma’mun; Boyke Mulyana
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v14i3.35494

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The purpose of this study was to determine "whether there is a comparison of aerobic and anaerobic capacities using a stationary and rowing bicycle ergometer". The research method used is a descriptive method with a purposive sampling technique, namely 10 athletes rowing training athletes in the city of Bandung, with the criteria for determining the sample are rowing athletes of the female gender. The research instruments used were a modified Wingate rowing ergometer test (WanTr) performed on a Concept II rowing machine (Vermont, USA) and a 30-second "all-out" WAnTr test on a cycling ergometer to determine the athlete's anaerobic capacity. This finding is following the assumptions formulated, namely that there are differences in the results of aerobic and anaerobic tests using an ergometer rowing machine and a Wingate test (watt bike). shows the results of the independent samples test output between the aerobic ergo rowing and the aerobic Wingate test, it is known that the t value is 0.171 and the Sig. (2-tailed) value is 0.888 which is greater than 0.05. it can be concluded that there is a comparison of aerobic and anaerobic capacity using the rowing ergometer and Wingate test
The Effectiveness of Training Methods to Improve Dribbling Learning Outcomes in Class XI Students of Senior High School Kristen Dobo Ztella Rumawatine; Sanci Seltit
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v14i3.36546

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The purpose of the study was to apply the exercise method in physical education learning to improve dribbling learning outcomes in class XI of SMA Kristen Dobo, Maluku. The research method used is quantitative with classroom action research design carried out 3 times in cycle I and cycle II through the stages of planning, implementation, observation, and reflection. The population of this study was class XI MIPA, SMA Kristen Dobo and the sample used was 56 students. The sampling technique used cluster sampling. Data collection on the results of learning to dribble in football games was analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively. The results showed that the use of training methods can improve the learning outcomes of dribbling. There is a significant increase in learning outcomes of dribbling in soccer games by 50% (completed) and increasing in the second cycle with a percentage of 88% (completed). Through the training method in physical education learning, students are more active and provide a positive response to the learning process so that students more easily understand dribbling well.
The Methods of Uphill Sprint and Downhill Sprint Training Against 100 Meters Running Speed Viewed From the Strength of the Leg Muscles in son Athletes Kuncoro Hadi Kusumo; Wasis Himawanto; Sulistiono Sulistiono
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26858/cjpko.v14i3.38870

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The purpose of this study is to find the truth about: (1) To find out the difference in the influence between the Uphill sprint and Downhill Sprint training methods on the improvement of 100-meter sprint achievement. (2) To find out the difference in the improvement of 100-meter sprint achievement between students who have high and low leg muscle strength. (3) To determine the effect of the interaction between the Uphill sprint and Downhill Sprint training methods with the strength of the high and low leg muscles on the improvement of the 100-meter sprint performance. Experimental method in one group without comparison using pretest-posttest design. The population of this study was athletes from SMP Negeri 1 Rejoso, Nganjuk Regency, class VIII. The sample size used in this study was 32 Men athletes. The sampling technique in this study was Purposive random sampling. The variables studied are free variables consisting of two reactors, namely manipulative variables and attributive variables and one dependent variable. Manipulative variables have two treatments, including giving Uphill sprint exercises, and Downhill sprints. While the attributive variable in this study is the strength of the leg muscles which are distinguished by high and low. The dependent variable of the study is the increase in sprints of 100 meters. Data collection techniques with tests and measurements,  leg muscle strength data with leg and back dynamometers. The data analysis techniques used for hypothesis testing are the 2-lane design Variance Analysis (ANOVA) and the Newman-Keuls range test, at a significance level of 95%. The results of the study that Uphill sprint training has a different improvement from Downhill sprint training. From the calculation results obtained Fhit = 12.5641 greater than Ftabel = 2.95 (F0 > Ft) at a signification level of 5%. This means that the null hypothesis (Ho) is rejected. This means that the Uphill sprint practice has different improvements than the Downhill sprint practice is acceptable. The results of this study showed that players who had low leg muscle strength had a 100-meter sprint increase which was different from players who had high leg muscle strength. This is evidenced by the value of Fhit = 4.2619 greater than Ftabel = 2.95 (F0 > Ft) at a signification level of 5%. This means that the null hypothesis (H0) is rejected. This means that athletes who have low leg muscle strength have a 100-meter sprint that is different from high leg muscle strength players, it is acceptable. The results of this study also showed that there was an interaction between the influence of plyometric exercise and a significant level of leg muscle strength, which was shown by F0 = 23.4810 greater than Ft = 2.95 at a signification level of 5% so that H0 was rejected, so it can be concluded that there was a significant interaction between the influence of plyometric exercise and the level of leg muscle strength. Players who have low leg muscle strength are more appropriately given the Uphill sprint training treatment to increase the sprint by 100 meters. Downhill sprint training treatment is more appropriately given to athletes who have high leg muscle strength.

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