SQUAT JUMP TRAINING LOADED AND WITHOUT LOADED FOR IMPROVING KARATE KICK OF IKOR FIKKM UNIMA STUDENTS

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Fentje W. Langitan

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This research was conducted to find out the importance of squat jump exercises with a load and without a load on the improvement of the karate kicks of FIKKM UNIMA students. This research was a field experiment using a group per-test and post-test design. The research sample was active students of FIKKM UNIMA with a total of 34 people. Data analysis in this study was carried out with the help of the microstat computer program. It was found that the average (t) in the burdened group is -5.0166 with probability (p) = 6.328E-05. Also, the t value was significant at P = 0.05 and P = 0.01. So, the squat jump exercise given for eight weeks with a frequency of three times a week could increase explosive power. The increase also occurred in the no-load group,


seen in the t value of -4.6317 which was significant at P = 0.05 and 0.01. Thus, it can be interpreted that both loaded and unloaded squat jump exercises both improve the subject's kicking ability. In addition, the increase in the burdened group was greater, namely 11.97%. Although the two treatments were given by the subjects to improve their kicking ability, the squat jump training carried a greater burden than the no-load group. Therefore, the is effective in training, where loaded and unloaded squat jumps improve karate kick skills.

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Fentje W. Langitan. (2022). SQUAT JUMP TRAINING LOADED AND WITHOUT LOADED FOR IMPROVING KARATE KICK OF IKOR FIKKM UNIMA STUDENTS. International Journal of Formal Education, 1(5), 68–75. Retrieved from http://journals.academiczone.net/index.php/ijfe/article/view/1081
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