PENGARUH LATIHAN ANAEROBIK TERHADAP DAYA LEDAK OTOT TUNGKAI PADA ANAK USIA 10-14 TAHUN

Fathinita, Amalia Rahma and Basyar, Edwin and Adrianto, A.ari (2015) PENGARUH LATIHAN ANAEROBIK TERHADAP DAYA LEDAK OTOT TUNGKAI PADA ANAK USIA 10-14 TAHUN. Undergraduate thesis, Faculty of Medicine.

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Abstract

Background: The optimized physical condition will provide an athlete to achieve good performance. One of the components of physical condition is an explosive power. An uplift of this component will be achieved through regular and continued exercise, particularly with high intensity and repetition training, such as anaerobic exercise. Objective: To determine the association between anaerobic training with explosive power. Methods: The study was an experimental pre, middle, and post test control group design. Sample of the study were the students of Tugu Muda’s Soccer Academy age 10-14 years old that fulfill the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Total of the sample were 32 students, divided into 2 groups, 16 students in control group and 16 students in case group. Statistical test Independent T-Test was used to compare the pre-test, middle-test, and post-test results in both groups. Repeated Avova test was used to compare pre-test, middle-test, and post-test results in only case group. Results: There were differences of explosive power test’s result between control and case groups. The differences in pre-test was not significant (p=0,225). While the differences were significant in middle-test result (p=0,001) and post-test result (p=0,000). Repeated Anova showed that there were uplifting of explosive power results between pre, middle, and post test in the case group with p=0,000. Conclusion: Anaerobic training is associated with explosive power. Keywords: Anaerobic training, explosive power, sprint training

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:Q Science > QC Physics
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
ID Code:46209
Deposited By:Mr/Mrs Mahasiswa FK
Deposited On:12 Oct 2015 10:53
Last Modified:12 Oct 2015 10:53

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