The Effect Of Learning Methods, Age And Vital Capacity Of The Lungs On The Learning Outcomes Of 50 Meter Breaststroke Swimming Skills

Authors

  • Sukiri, Ramdan Pelana, Yusmawati, Oman Unju Subandi, Abdul Kholik, EkaFitri, Harsh Gupta

Abstract

This study aims to find out the different influences of learning methods, age and vital
capacity of the lungs on the results of learning chest style swimming skills 50 m. Operationally,
this study aims to analyze: Differences in learning results of 50 m breaststroke swimming skills
between progressive methods of succession and concentric progressive methods. Differences in
the results of learning 50 m breaststroke swimming skills between the ages of over 20 years and
under 20 years of age. Differences in the results of learning 50 m breaststroke swimming skills
between high lung vital capacity and low pulmonary vital. Interaction between learning methods
and age to the results of learning 50 m breaststroke swimming skills. Interaction between
learning methods and vital pulmonary capacity to the results of learning 50 m breaststroke
swimming skills. Interaction between age and vital pulmonary capacity to the results of learning
50 m breaststroke swimming skills. Interaction between learning methods, age and vital capacity
of the lungs to the results of learning 50 m breaststroke swimming skills.
This study used a factorial experimental design of 2 x 2 x 2. The number of samples used
as many as 96 students son. This research was conducted at the Faculty of Sports Sciences, State
University of Jakarta (FIK UNJ). The instruments used in this study were 5 kinds, namely: (1)
test results of learning chest style swimming skills, (2) age determination with standard norms
from Tanner, (3) pulmonary vital capacity test using spirometer, (4) chest style swimming
learning program successive method, and (5) chest style swimming learning program concentric method. Data analysis techniques used are variant analysis (ANOVA)2 paths and Tukey test at
the level of significance α = 0.05. The results showed that of the 7 hypotheses tested, there was 1
hypothesis that was rejected, with the results of the test as follows: There was a difference in the
results of learning 50 m breaststroke swimming skills between successful progressive methods
and concentric progressive methods. There was no difference in the results of learning 50m
breaststroke swimming skills between the ages of over 20 and under 20. There is a difference in
the results of learning 50 m breaststroke swimming skills between high lung vital capacity and
low pulmonary vital capacity. There is an interaction between learning methods and age towards
the results of learning 50 m breaststroke swimming skills. There is an interaction between
learning methods and the vital capacity of the lungs to the results of learning 50 m breaststroke
swimming skills. There is an interaction between the age and vital capacity of the lungs to the
results of learning 50 m breaststroke swimming skills. There is an interaction between learning
methods, age and vital capacity of the lungs to the results of learning 50 m breaststroke
swimming skills.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Sukiri, Ramdan Pelana, Yusmawati, Oman Unju Subandi, Abdul Kholik, EkaFitri, Harsh Gupta. (2020). The Effect Of Learning Methods, Age And Vital Capacity Of The Lungs On The Learning Outcomes Of 50 Meter Breaststroke Swimming Skills. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 8593 - 8613. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2266