PENGARUH BERMAIN VIDEO GAME KINETIK SIMULASI TARI SEBAGAI EXERGAME TERHADAP KELINCAHAN

Fauzianisa, Sarah and Sumekar, Tanjung Ayu and Wati, Arinta Puspita (2016) PENGARUH BERMAIN VIDEO GAME KINETIK SIMULASI TARI SEBAGAI EXERGAME TERHADAP KELINCAHAN. Undergraduate thesis, Diponegoro University.

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Abstract

Background : Exergame requires its participants to be physically active in order to play. One the popular genre is the dancing simulation, which requires its players to have visual and motor coordination, and one of the parameters used to evaluate is agility. Aim : To prove the effects of dancing simulation type of active video games on agility Methods : An experimental study with two-groups pre-test and post-test design was conducted in January 2016 using 30 minutes exergaming treatment, two times a week for 8 weeks, comparing an experimental group with a control group without treatment, each group consists of 9 subjects. Data sampling was conducted on week 0 and week 8. Results : The group with exergaming scored better mean value of agility (pre 17,8±1,68 s, post 12,0±1,06 s ; p=0,008) compared to control group without exergaming (pre 17,7±1,91 s, post 16,9±1,65 s ; p=0,008). The post-test results scored by the experimental group is also better (12,0±1,06 vs 16,9±1,65 s; p<0,001). According to agility scoring index, experimental group showed better results in which 7(38,9%) of the subjects were excellent and 2(11,1%) of the subjects were above average, while in control group, 7(38,9%) were average and 2(11,1%) were below average. (p<0,001) Conclusion : Dancing simulation type of active video games show significant effects on agility. There is a significant difference of agility between students who play and students who don’t play dancing simulation type of active video games as exergame. Keywords: active video game, dancing simulation, exergame, agility, cognitive function

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:Q Science > QP Physiology
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
ID Code:50841
Deposited By:Ms Lutfiatun Heni
Deposited On:21 Nov 2016 11:09
Last Modified:21 Nov 2016 11:09

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