Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Physical Education, Sport, and Health (ACPES 2019)

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Effects of Daily Probiotic Supplementation on Football Player’s Stress and Anxiety

A.M.G.C.P. Adikari, A.M.G.C.P Adikari, Mahenderan Appukutty, Garry Kuan
Psychobiotics derived from probiotics which contain psychotropic properties, and with correct administration can positively affect the psychological states. Athletes who go through strenuous training are more vulnerable to undergo stress and anxiety. Thus, the objective of this study is to determine...
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Development of Learning Model Based on Blended Learning in Sports School

Sapto Adi, Abi Fajar Fathoni
The Sports School is a school that facilitates student athletes to focus on practicing sports and achieve achievements in sports but also get formal education at the School. So that students will undergo many activities and must also be good at managing the time between exercise and learning education...
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Psychological Characteristics of Athletes in Athletic Students Club Universitas Negeri Semarang

Adiska Rani Ditya Candra, Kumbul Slamet Budiyanto, Sobihin
Sport psychology influences behavior in sport activities. Psychological characteristics will show how the real athletes are. This study will provide a clear picture of the psychological characteristics that affect the performance of athletes in Athletics Student Club and can be used as a strategy to...
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Trainer Knowledge Analysis at Volleyball Training of Trainer in Central Java Province

Agung Wahyudi, Imam Santosa Ciptaning Wahyu W.
Volleyball trainer qualifications in Indonesia are obtained through training of trainers programs. The program organized by the volleyball federation which must be followed by every trainer and they must pass the test to get the license. In practice, coaching is often not supported and based on theory....
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Student Athletes Perception on The Contribution of UNNES in POMNAS XVI Preparation

Anggit Wicaksono, Hermawan, M.M. Endang Sri Retno, Aprillia Dhara Calista, Fabiola Franselina Dejamor Pereira, Moh. Nasution
The purpose of this study was to explore the perceptions of student athletes about the contribution of UNNES in POMNAS XVI 2019 preparation. This research used qualitative research methods with purposive sampling and snowball sampling techniques. Data collection uses data triangulation. The results showed...
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18th ASIAN Games and Indonesian’s Nationalism

Anirotul Qoriah, Aftina Nurul Husna
18th ASIAN Games which was held in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia was phenomenal for Indonesian public. It was considered as an achievement for the nation and gained international praise for its execution. This multi-sport event appeared to be multi-facet not only as a stage for the competing athletes...
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The Analysis of Aerobic Gymnastic Coaching in Central Java

Donny Anhar Fahmi, Tandiyo Rahayu, Soegiyanto, Tri Rustiadi
Less developed aerobic gymnastics athletes coaching is marked by decreasing number of athletes who participate in aerobic gymnastic competitions in Central Java. This study aimed to analyze the factors that caused the under-development of aerobic gymnastic training. The research design was qualitative...
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Talent Identification for Students in Pekalongan and Magelang, Indonesia: Psychological Approach

Donny Wira Yudha Kusuma, Andry Akhiruyanto
High sports performance is inseparable from coaching that is carried out as early as possible through talent search and monitoring, nurseries, sports education and training based on science and technology more effectively. Scouting talent can be seen from physical, skill, and psychological tests. Making...
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Comparison of Far Infrared Radiation and Warm Water Immersion on Recovery After Submaximal Physical Activity

Endang Sri Wahjuni, Arifah Kaharina, Afifan Yulfadinata, Idzam Kholid Akbar
Recovery is an attempt to make the body recover after physical training. Passive recovery includes Far Infrared Radiation (FIR) and Warm Water Immersion (WWI), but the two recoveries are not well known. The aims of this study were to test the the efficacy of FIR, WWI, and Passive (PAS) modalities in...
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Augment Reality Human Anatomy (ARMY) as Learning Media in Sport Science

Fajar Awang Irawan, Anies Setiowati, Dhias Fajar Widya Permana, Tegar Bhakti Sandiyudha
Human body parts were not easy to remember and learn in anatomy. The purpose of this study was to facilitate student, teacher, and scientist to learn anatomical human body used technology based on Augment Reality. Augment Reality Human Anatomy (ARMY) was a Research and Development study. Total participant...
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The Physical Fitness Levels Analysis of University Students

Gustiana Mega Anggita, Mohammad Arif Ali, Hadi Setyo Subiono, Yuwono
Physical fitness defined as the ability to perform daily activities without feeling fatigue. This is descriptive quantitative study using a survey method. Aiming to determine and to describe the physical fitness levels of sports science student at Universitas Negeri Semarang. Randomize sampling technique...
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Perception of Success in Sports Engagement among Athletes in Mindanao, Philippines (Region IX and X)

Hannah Joy S. Batucan, Noralie B. Morales, Rebecca M. Alcuizar
The role of sports engagement and perception of success has been known to be very important in the performance of athletes. This study seeks to examine the mediating role of thoughts and emotions in the relationship between sports engagement and perception of success. A sample of 1138 athletes answered...
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Identifying Factors Influencing the Martial Arts Athletes’ Performance

Heny Setyawati, Didik Rinan Sumekto, Sungkowo, Fatkhur Rozi
This study aims at investigating the martial arts athletes’ influential factors that correspond with their professional performance when competing in the various matches. 320 martial arts athletes who are officially joined in the Indonesian National Sports Committee (Komite Olahraga Nasional Indonesia)...
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Identification of Badminton Club Development Pattern in District/City Under PBSI of Central Java

Hermawan Pamot Raharjo, Agus Darmawan, Dwi Tiga Putri, Tommy Soenyoto
The last 5 years of badminton in Central Java are experiencing a decline in achievement; this can be seen in the results of PON XVI only getting 1 gold medal. The development of athletes starts from the clubs under the auspices of Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) and is very large in improving...
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Woodball Shooting Technique Analysis in Biomechanic Perspective

Heryanto Nur Muhammad, Muchamad Arif Al Ardha, Anung Priambodo, Sapto Wibowo
Shooting technique is an important skill in woodball. Furthermore, acquiring the ideal and effective shooting technique is very critical in woodball. This research aims to inquire the woodball shooting technique by biomechanical method. This is a quantitative study with descriptive data analysis, There...
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The Validity of the Sports Participation Index Measurement Instrument

Irwan Budiono, Mardiana, Dewi Sari Rochmayani
The global epidemiological transition has caused increase in the prevalence of non-communicable diseases (NCD). It is necessary to increase community sports participation to prevent NCD. There is no instrument that can be used to measure these indicators yet. The purpose of this study is to develop an...
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Profile of Physical Conditions from UNNES Football Club at Liga Mahasiswa Piala MENPORA 2019

Khoiril Anam, Hadi Setyo Subiyono, Muhammad Arif Rahman
This research aims to determine the profile of the football athlete's physical condition. This type of research is quantitative descriptive research. The sampling technique in this research used a total sampling technique. The instruments used: 1) the hand dynamometer test, back and leg dynamometer test;...
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Sports for The Disabled: Preferences and Perceived Barriers

Mawarni Mohamed, Nur Amirah Binti Che Husin
A greater proportion of adults with disabilities have no engagement in physical activity compared to those without disabilities (Healthy People, 2010). Often there are multiple barriers that can make it difficult for people with disabilities to function. So the aims of this study are to identify the...
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Fatigue Impact to Mechanical Movement and Ball Velocity Pitcher Baseball

Rusdiana Darmawan, Pitirani Agus, Pipit
Fatigue factor can restrict and interfere with the decision-making cognition players and also hamper the players during the game. It was found that fatigue can reduce the speed of the ball on the performance of throws, fatigue is a key component of the risk of injury because it can cause loss of proper...
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Paragliding Triangle as Air Tourism Icon in Central Java

Nanang Indardi, Sahri Sahri, Sugiharto, Khoiril Anam
The development of Paragliding in Central Java since the 1990s, but until now its development is still inferior to the regions of West Java and East Java, especially regarding the sustainable tourism icon. The research was conducted to examine the development of paragliding triangle as an icon of air...
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Relationship Between Mental Toughness, Sports Competition Anxiety and Performance among Women’s Hockey Team

Nelfianty Mohd Rasyid, Jeffrey Low Fook Lee, Ali Md Nadzalan, Ruaibah Yazani Tengah
Psychological factors such as mental toughness and competition anxiety is important psychological attribute in determining success. The objective of this study was to examine the relationship between mental toughness, sports competition anxiety and performance among women’s hockey team. Instruments used...
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High Intensity Interval Training Method and The Flexibility Effects on Increasing VO2max and Lactate Threshold

Novi Syaidatul Karimah, Hamidie Ronald Daniel Ray, R. Boyke Mulyana, Pipit Pitriani
The volume of exercise in swimming is usually very high when compared to the relatively short competition time, the flexibility of one component of the physical condition, the HIIT method that has high intensity, repetition, and short rest period, have been shown to improve performance in a relatively...
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Development and Evaluation of a Custom Mobile Application for Prospective Injury and Exposure Monitoring

Raihana Sharir, Radin Rafeeuddin, Jos Vanrenterghem, Mark A. Robinson
Advancement in information technology have created opportunities for the use of mobile applications (app) for activity monitoring. This study aims to observe the feasibility of using mobile app for monitoring ACL injuries during dynamic sporting activities in a two-year prospective cohort study. This...
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Image Analysis of Ideal Antropometric Percentage Proportion of Men Artistic Gymnastic Apparatus

Ranu Baskoro Aji Putra, Harry Pramono, Tri Nurharsono, Cahyo Yuwono
The apparatus number gymnastics branch is one that requires the right posture composition to support its best performance. This study is to describe the composition of the ideal posture of artistic gymnastics for male numbers through Image / Image analysis. Descriptive research method with post facto...
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The Identification Of Sports Talent In Male Students Of Junior High School In Semarang City

Rubianto Hadi
This research aimed at finding out; 1) To find out the branches of sports talent in male students of junior high school and 2) to find out the dominant sport branch in male students of junior high school in Semarang city. The method used in this research were if survey test and ‘One-Shot” model, which...
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Analysis of Swimming Start Angle to the Sliding Ability of Man Crawl Swimming Style Viewed from Biomechanical Study

Rumi Iqbal Doewes, Sapta Kunta Purnama, Islahuzzaman Nuryadin, Manshuralhudlori
The study purpose was determined the starting angle which has a further jump distance viewed from Dartfish analysis in swimming sports. The research method was used quantitative method with descriptive analysis approach. The study sample was swimming athletes totaling 3 people. The jump results from...
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Rapid Learning Engineering (RLE) Models For Paragliding Lectures with Assembled Automatic Machine Launchers Protocols

Sahri, Sugiharto Sugiharto, Nanang Indardi
The text of this research article is part of the overall research aimed at creating procedures, protocols, and prototypes of the unit launching paragliding as a sports college activity. The expected benefit is to be able to test changes and improve the results of paragliding lectures at the Sports Science...
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The Development of Elite Sports in Semarang

Said Junaidi, Limpad Nurrachmad, Soegiyanto Soegiyanto, Sugiarto
The city of Semarang has become one of the regions that has good training and development of elite sports, yet, it is still not able to produce many athletes who can compete very well at the national level. This study focused on the development of elite sports. Meanwhile, the purpose of this study was...
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Strategic Management Organization in Central Java: Analysis of Members Organizations KONI Central Java Province

Soedjatmiko, Rubianto Hadi, Rizam Ahada Nur Ulinuha
The purpose of this study is 1) How to analyze the management of sports organizations in Central Java. 2) What are the expectations of the condition of sports organizations in Central Java 3) How is the implementation of management of sports organizations in Central Java 4) how is the difference between...
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The Relationship of Variables Predictor on FVC and PFR Post Fun Swimming Game Probability to Reduce Asthma Incidence in Children

Sri Sumartiningsih, Anies Setiowati, Mohammad Arif Ali, Hendra Susanto, Sugiharto, Gustiana Mega Anggita
The aim of study is to encourage children to participate physical activity (PA) with fun and happy. The study conducted in children for two months, an hour per week (n=60, 29male/31female). The mean data pre intervention: age (4.70 ± 0.82) years old, height (1.07 ± 0.07) m, weight (20.15 ± 6.95), Body...
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Identification of Mental Health and Self-confidentce for Students Swimmer to Central Java “Pomprov” 2019

Sungkowo, Kaswarganti Rahayu
Mental health can affect everyone, which affects stress or inner stress. In the habit of people experiencing stress, when the demands of life experienced go beyond the limits they have to meet these demands. swimmer can experience high stress when faced with a series of demands that continually interfere...
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Quality of U15 Gatra Semarang Badminton Club Players in 2019

Suratman, Moh. Nasution, Wiga Nurlatifa Romadhoni
Gatra Semarang Badminton Club players at low achievement are suspected of having quality problems. This research is to describe the technical and physical quality of them. This research is a quantitative study with descriptive results. The population as well as the research sample of nine male players...
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The Potential Achievement of Weightlifting Sport in Semarang Through Talent Identification

Hadi, Sri Haryono, Syahru Romadhoni, Endang Sri Retno
The purpose of this study is as an effort to improve sports performance by implementing and conducting a sports development program suited to the characteristics and potential of the region. So that efforts to identify superior sports are based on careful analysis of the potential, characteristics and...
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Good Governance in Central Java Sports Organizations

Tri Rustiadi, Harry Pramono
The research aims to find out the good governance of sports organizations in Central Java. The study population was 45 sports organizations in Central Java (Sports Branch organizations and Sports Functional Bodies) with a total sampling method. The research questionnaire refers to the Action for Good...
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Analysis of Facility Needs for Artistic Gymnastics to Optimize the Limited Space of School Arena

Tubagus Herlambang, Tandiyo Rahayu, Sulaiman, Tri Rustiadi
Majority of sports organizations including gymnastics in Central Java Province are still using school arena which is quite small and not representative according to the rules of Federation Internationale de Gymnastics (FIG). Meanwhile, athletes must to train without any obstacles from external factors...
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Development of Flip Book Maker Gymnastics Module

Tommy Soenyoto, Agus Darmawan
This research aims to find out how the model of module development in the lecture of gymnastics based flip book maker and the effectiveness when used as a means of studying students. This research is a research and development with respondents as many as 20 students for small scale test and 50 students...
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Effectiveness E-Module in PJKR Students Hurdles Learning

Agus Widodo Suripto
The purpose of this study was to develop an E-module for hurdles learning, to determine the effectiveness of using e-modules in hurdles learning. This research was carried out using the development research design with the most appropriate steps for his research based on the conditions and constraints...
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Implementation of I-S-L-A-M Learning Model in Improving Free Style Swimming Skill

Andarias Ginting, Moch. Asmawi, James Tangkudung, Zulfan Heri, Suprayitno
Creating a pleasant lecture atmosphere is not an easy matter, lecturers are required to have many ways or strategies and various skills in learning, one of which relates to the learning model applied in the lecture process. To apply the learning model in lectures, lecturers must have adequate knowledge...
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Relationship between Parenting Style and Physical Activity Participation among Adolescents

Ani Mazlina Dewi Mohamed, Nurul Atikah Missnan, Mohd Rozilee Wazir Norjali Wazir
Parents play an important role in the development of healthy lifestyle behaviors in their children. Therefore, this study was conducted to determine the relationship between parenting style and physical activity participation. A random 100 student’s aged range from 13 to 17 years old were selected as...
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The Media Development of Pencak Silat Learning Multimedia Based at SMA/MA

Aref Vai, Ramadi, Ardiah Juita, Agus Sulaastio
The research aims at (1) developing learning software design as a learning resource on the subject pencak silat, designing material in appropriate learning media for use in instructional media Pencak Silat, (2) determining the feasibility of learning media learning to pencak silat. The study can be categorized...
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Single Operator Application for Table Official on Basketball Game

Aris Mulyono, Lulu April Farida, Ricko Irawan, Dwi Gansar Santi Wijayanti
Purpose of this study is to (1) design a single operator application for table officials in basketball, (2) Describe the workings it, and (3) Assess the extent to which single operator applications work for table officials in basketball. The method is the Research and Development (RnD) method. Instruments...
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Basic Locomotor Movement of First Grade Students of Elementary School

Eka Fitri Novita Sari, Sujarwo, Sukiri Sukiri
Basic locomotor movement of first grade student elementary school is the basic movement skill of a student from one point to the other. The basic movement consists of 8 movements through trained moves, both of structured and instructured activities at school and at home are able to achieve the basic...
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Improvement Quality of Physical Education Reviewed by Sports Development in Pekalongan

Endro Puji Purwono, Roas Irsyada, Ipang Setiawan, Moch Fahmi Abdulaziz
The purpose of this research is to know the development of sports that are reviewed from the Sport Development index in Pekalongan in order to understand the quality of physical education with a conservation character. The method used Survei method with a quantitative descriptive approach that is reviewed...
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Teacher Awareness on the Use of Physical Activities to Introduce English in Early Childhood Education

Fatona Suraya, Soegiyanto Soegiyanto, Setya Rahayu, Limpad Nurrachmad, Lulu April Farida, Mohammad Arif Ali
Physical activities provide many benefits for children and it stick to children daily activities, since children by nature love to play any physical activities. On the other hand, English, in Indonesian curriculum for Early Childhood Education is no longer allowed to be a subject being taught. Whereas,...
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Analysis of Gross Motor Development in Children Aged 5-6 Years With the Methods DDST for Student in Kindergarten in Semarang

Fery Darmanto, Cahyo Yuwono, Supriyono, Rofa Irsandy, Lutfhi Abdil Khuddus
One of the golden ages of early childhood at the age of 0-6 years. The age of the child is on the best physical and brain development. Children have been able to perform moves such as walking, running, jump, and other that are classified in a rough motor is a movement that uses big muscles. So, in order...
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Improvement of Service Learning Results for Volley Balls Through Modification of Bola Gebok Traditional Game

Hermanto Hermanto, Eka Fitri Novita Sari
Improved results of Learning to Service on Volleyball through Modification of Traditional Games Bola Gebok is an action research study. The study was conducted in class XI MAN 14 Jakarta with 32 research subjects. The minimum completeness criteria is 80 with a success percentage of 85%. Based on the...
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Using Information & Communication Technology (ICT) to Enhance Student Engagement in Outdoor Education (OE) Lessons

Joel Chia, Lim Zi Qi, Muhd Al Fasha, Leong Yin, Chew Huay Huay, Lam Siew Leng
The OE module was introduced as part of the Physical Education (PE) syllabus in Singapore Schools in 2014. Since the introduction of this module in our PE lessons, our PE department had explored using various strategies and tools to conduct the OE lessons more effectively so that the students could learn...
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Development Of Health Education Teaching Material Through Comic Media For Elementary School Students

Martin Sudarmono, Sri Endang Hanani
The purpose of this study was to create a product for the development of health education teaching materials for elementary school students. This study is a developmental research. The development procedures in this study include: (1) conducting a need analysis, (2) making a draft of the initial product,...
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Study of the Achievement of Physical Fitness, Study Results and Student Background in Improving the Status of the PE Department

Mugiyo Hartono, Andry Akhiruyanto
The purpose of this study was to determine the level of physical fitness of students to support lectures and how the achievement of student learning outcomes. Student background in improving the status of the PE department, is a quantitative study with a survey method. The results of the physical fitness...
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Developing Physical Fitness Test Parameter for Students with Speech Impaired Aged 13-15 Year Old

Ricko Irawan, Tri Nurharsono, Agus Raharjo
Physical fitness is a very fundamental need for all people, includes students with special needs. With good physical fitness, it will make students easier to carry out activities optimally. Physical education curriculum of normal students compared to students with special needs is essentially same, but...
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The Effects of 2 Type SAQ Training on Primary School Students’ Physical Fitness and Cognitive Function

Vatcharanon Keethong, Sonthaya Sriramatr
The aim of this research was to evaluate two kinds of SAQ training for elementary school children on physical fitness and cognitive function. One hundred and twenty children were allocated equally to three groups: a control group (C), the SAQ of hand (SAQ-H), and the SAQ of leg (SAQ-L) groups. All participants...
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The Implementation of Basic Locomotor Learning in Special Schools

Yusmawati, Yusmawati Yusmawati, Eka Fitri Novita Sari
The Based on observations of several SDLB in East Jakarta in 2017, mentally retarded students still experience difficulty in locomotor basic movements. It was seen when approaching the target was still not right, body movements were still stiff, feeling scared. While, in physical education activities...
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Comparing Macronutrient Compositions and Sensory Characteristics of Jackfruit Nugget Formulations and Commercially Available Chicken Nugget

Arif Rahmat Kurni, Galuh Nita Prameswari, Mursid Tri Susilo, Ayu Melinda, Nasiha Nasiha, Nurul Hidayatun
Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) is well known as good source of carbohydrates and fibers. Jackfruit has high phenolic content which could prevent the onset of cardiovascular disease. Jackfruit has large size and low shelf-life, so modifications are needed to made it commercially available. On the...
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Prevention Behavior of HIV/AIDS Transmission in High-Risk Populations

Arulita Ika Fibriana, Muhammad Azinar
Cases of HIV/AIDS in Indonesia continue to increase each year, including in the province of Central Java. One area that has a high HIV/AIDS case is Batang. This region has a lot of localization as a place for risk of HIV/AIDS transmission. In the past year in Batang 75 new cases of HIV/AIDS have been...
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Sequential Neighborhood Filariasis Transmission in Coastal Areas of Demak Regency, Indonesia

Arum Siwiendrayanti, Eram Tunggul Pawenang, Rudatin Windraswara, Yuni Wijayanti
Filariasis endemic area in Central Java, Indonesia, became wider from 2 regencies/cities to 9 regencies/cities. Most of the new filariasis regencies are coastal areas which have suitable sites for mosquito’s breeding and resting places. This study aimed to analyze neighborhood filariasis transmission...
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The Effect of Secondhand Smoke and Thirdhand Smoke Exposure at Home on Acute Respiratory Infections

Bertakalswa Hermawati, Sofwan Indarjo, Dyah Mahendrasari Sukendra
The tendency of smokers who smoke at home continues to increase, therefore many children can be exposed to secondhand smoke and many cases due to exposure to cigarette smoke. The objectives of this study was to determine the associations between children’s secondhand smoke and thirdhand smoke exposure...
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Characteristic of Somatotype, Obesity and Nutrition Intake in Adult Woman (Study in 5 Different Civil Servant Offices in Semarang City)

Deny Yudi Fitranti, Fillah Fithra Dieny, Dewi Marfu’ah Kurniawati, Rachma Purwanti, Iqlima Safitri, Betsi Kusumaningnastiti
Somatotype is parameter used to describe body composition. Nutrition intake affects somatotype. The aim of this study is to analyze the correlation of somatotype with obesity parameter and to analyze the correlation of nutrition intake with somatotype. This study was an observational with cross sectional...
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The Profile of Mosquito Population of Potential Vector of DHF in Kawengen Village, East Ungaran

Dyah Mahendrasari Sukendra, Bambang Wahyono, Yunita Dyah Pusptita Santik, Nur Siyam
Residents with a history of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) have the potential to be a source of dengue transmission, because of Antibody-dependent Enhancement (ADE) phenomena. East Ungaran district is one of DHF endemic area, in Central Java. Kawengen village has the highest risk of DHF outbreaks in...
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Development of Community-Based Health Communication Models in the Early Marriage Partners

Efa Nugroho, Alfiana Ainun Nisa, Fitriana Dwi Rahayu, Dwi Yunanto Hermawan, Najib Najib
Rembang Regency is a district in Central Java that has a Child-Friendly District Policy in the form of Regent Regulation No. 22 of 2010 about RAD Kabupaten Rembang Layak Anak. The number of child marriage cases in Rembang Regency was very high where in 2014 the number of child marriages reached 1183...
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Identification of The Impacts and Prospects of Recreational Sports for Urban Communities in Semarang

Endang Sri Hanani
The background of problem is that recreational sports activities on weekends and holidays have become a lifestyle trend for urban communities. These recreational sports activities are considered to be capable of contributing to the fulfillment of health need and values of physical, mental, and social...
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The Utilization of MHealth for Assessing Child Safety Education Is A Necessity

Evi Widowati, Adi Heru Husodo, Wahyudi Istiono, M. Lutfan Lazuardi
In the last 10 years, disasters have caused huge casualties that affected the welfare and safety of people and countries. More than 700 thousand people have lost their lives, more than 1.4 million injured and around 23 million have lost homes due to disaster. The impact of disasters on children is far...
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Effects of Red Fruit Oil on Exercise Endurance and Oxidative Stress in Rats

Fajar Apollo Sinaga, Pangondian Hotliber Purba, Rika Nailuvar Sinaga, Ramlan Silaban
This study investigated the effect of red fruit oil on biomarkers of oxidative stress in maximal physical activity. Fourty rats were divided into 4 groups. The control group (I) was administered with 1.5 ml distilled water, intervention groups (II), (III) and (IV) were administered with different doses...
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Counseling to Prolanis Participants about Diet for Hypertension

Fildza Huwaina Fathnin, Herlina Wijayanti, Ari Yuniastuti, Oktia Woro K. Handayani, Mahalul Azam, Yuni Wijayanti
Hypertension is the main risk factor for death. Hypertension cases at the Puskesmas Ngemplak Simongan were included in the top 10 visits. The purpose of this study was to improve prolanis participant’s knowledge about diet for hypertension at the Puskesmas Ngemplak Simongan. This study was an experimental...
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The Effect of Rehydration with Variation Fluid Temperature on Hydration Status Among Football Athletes

Tri Wahyuni, Fillah Fithra Dieny, Aryu Candra, A Fahmy Arif Tsani
Increase body temperature during exercise especially in the hot environment can lead to dehydration, so it was needed fluid regulation. The purpose was to know the effect of rehydration with variation fluid temperature on hydration status in among athletes. Quasi experimental study in 30 male football...
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Analysis of Water Resources Quality at Semarang State University

Heni Isniyati, Mustafa Daru Affandi
Water has important roles for the life of all creatures. Semarang State University (UNNES) campuses use water sources to daily needs and housekeeping which enable water to get into the body accidentally and possible to contaminate, which can trigger health and aesthetic problems. The water sources used...
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Sports Development Reviewed by SDI to Improve The Quality of Physical Education With Conservation Character

Ipang Setiawan, Moch Fahmi Abdulaziz, Endro Puji Purwono, Roas Irsyada
The purpose of this research is to know the development of sports that are reviewed from the Sport Development index in Central Java to improve the quality of physical education. In this study used the Surve method with a quantitative descriptive approach that is reviewed from Sport Development Index...
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Determinants of Essential Hypertension among Young Adults in Suburban and Urban Areas in Semarang City, Indonesia

Lukman Fauzi, Sri Ratna Rahayu, Lindra Anggorowati
Essential hypertension was the most common non-communicable disease in Semarang City, Indonesia. There is a tendency for the increasing prevalence of hypertension among people living in urban areas compared to suburban/ rural areas. Essential hypertension is no longer as a disease of the elderly, but...
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Determinants of Drug-resistant Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Dr. Kariadi General Hospital, Indonesia

Mahalul Azam, Ucu Yulia, Muhamad Zakki Saefurrohim, Arulita Ika Fibriana
Indonesia ranked 6th from countries with the highest burden of drug-resistant pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB). A rate of 1.9% of new cases develop to be resistant and even 12% from previous treated cases. Previous studies concluded determinants of drug-resistant PTB, however, the study in Indonesia, especially...
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Relationship of Energy and Nutrient Intakes on Nutritional status of Young Athletes in Semarang

Mardiana Mardiana, Mardiana, Irwan Budiono, Yanesti Nuravianda Lestari, Galuh Nita Prameswari
Fulfillment of energy needs and nutrients was a major factor that could optimized the nutritional status of athletes in order to improve their performance. The aim of this study was to analyze the relationship between energy and macronutrients intake with the nutritional status of young athletes in Education...
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Exercise Behaviour Analysis of Universitas Negeri Semarang Sports Sciences Students

Mohammad Arif Ali, Setya Rahayu, Tandiyo Rahayu, Chairat Choosakul
This is descriptive study, was purposed to analyze the level of self-efficacy; factors that affect the processes of change, and the level of decisional balance related to physical activity. Population in this study is consisted of all academic year, the sample size (n=256) was identified according to...
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Health Reproduction E-Booklet Multimedia Health to Improve Motivation and Knowledge at Students in Localization Areas

Muhammad Azinar, Arulita Ika Fibriana
HIV/AIDS cases in all regions of Indonesia have a rising trend, including in Central Java. This case also occurs in many groups of adolescents. Batang Regency is one of the districts that has a large risk of HIV/AIDS transmission. From 2007 to June 2018 there have been 1,039 HIV/AIDS cases, 165 of which...
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Determination of Outbreak Prone Area by Density Figure as Basic Prevention of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever on Endemic Area

Nur Siyam, Widya Hary Cahyati, Dyah Mahendrasari Sukendra
Dengue disease transmission and death continues to occur in various regions in Indonesia. The higher the vector density, the higher the possibility of dengue outbreaks. The aim of the study was to determine Density Figure in endemic villages at Rural, Urban and Coastal Cities in Semarang and Mapping...
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Jogging Effect on Blood Pressure in Hypertension Elderly with Normal Nutrition Status and Obesity

Oktia Woro Kasmini Handayani, Dinda Kartika Yulisa, Siti Baitul Mukarromah, Yuni Wijayanti, Lukman Fauzi, Arif Rahmat Kurnia, Mursid Tri Susilo
The prevalence of hypertension in the elderly in Central Java is higher than in Indonesia. This research aimed to analyze the effect of jogging on blood pressure in elderly hypertension with normal nutritional status. The research design was quasi-experimental, with blood pressure measurements carried...
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The Contribution of Family History and Overview of the Early Age of Diabetes Mellitus (Case Study in Urban Areas of Central Java Indonesia)

Oktia Woro Kasmini Handayani, Sri Ratna Rahayu, Efa Nugroho, Bertakalswa Hermawati
Indonesia is the seventh country with 8.5 million DM patients, with a prevalence that tends to increase. History in families suffering from DM and being carried away in one's genes is inevitable and is a potential for symptoms and signs of diabetes. This study aims to determine how much the contribution...
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Comparison of Heat and Cold Therapy and Exercise Treatment on Exercised Induced DOMS: A Pilot Study

Pradchayakorn Arayasompho, Thanarat Sripongngam
Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is usually caused by repeated exposure to eccentric muscle contraction or unfamiliar exercises. Eccentric exercise causes muscle cells damage leading to loss of muscle strength, increase muscle pain, muscle weakness, stiffness and swelling resulting in decreased physical...
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Curcumin Supplementation and Its Effect on Recovery Process Following Peripheral Fatigue

Rizki Hazazi Ali, Hamidie Ronald Daniel Ray, Agus Rusdiana
The purpose of this study was to determine the ability of curcumin for accelerating the recovery process after peripheral fatigue in human; as well as lactate clearance (LC), decrease of heart rate (DHR) and the recovery of vertical jump performance identified by the leg power (LP) and jump height (JH)....
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Development of Database System for Sports Science Department based on WEB

Siti Baitul Mukarromah, Said Junaidi, Sugiarto Sugiarto, Soegiyanto, Nanang Indardi
An integrated database system is an information service system that brings together the needs of daily transaction processing, supporting operations, managerial and strategic activities of an organization and providing certain outside parties with reports required. The academic information system that...
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Development of Flash Player Media to Improve Environmental Health Knowledge of Elementary School Students in Semarang

Sofwan Indarjo, Efa Nugroho, Gusti Sesanti Sandra Nastiti, Farah Azizah Mukti, Maudy Agustina
The role of students in the meaning of the attitude, behavior, understanding, and participation in environmental problems needs to be fostered and developed, because students have an important role in creating a healthy environment. Understanding of student behavior is the first beginning to create a...
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The Association of Characteristics, Motivation, and Attitude of Health Workers On Tuberculosis Treatment Drop out at Balkesmas Semarang Area

Sri Ratna Rahayu, Lukman Fauzi, Aufiena Nur Ayu Merzistya
Tuberculosis (TB) is still a problem affecting infectious diseases. Semarang is in 6th place with the highest dropout rate in Central Java. The dropout rate from 2014 to 2016 is each number of 13.9%; 3.40% (13 cases); and 6.54% (14 cases) at Balkesmas Semarang area. The purpose of this study was to know...
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Correlation of Individual Stress Levels with Intensity Changes in Knee Pain in Sports Injury

Soegiyanto, Zainul Aziz
The knee is part of the main system of motion in humans and body support, if the knee that has an injury that is not handled properly will cause various problems, one of which is pain in the knee and surrounding tissue. Data at the massage clinic site explained that in one year there were 481 sports...