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Thesis Proposal

THE EFFECT OF PLYOMETRIC EXERCISE DEPTH JUMP


AND KNEE TUCK JUMP TO
THE RESULT A FAR KICK ATHLETE FOOTBALL PLAYER
AT SMP NEGERI 2 KASIHAN, BANTUL

Name : adam pratama santosa


Nim : 201410301063
Study program : physiotherapy
Introduction
Exercise is a competitive physical activity in a game (Malatesta, 2003)
in this case is soccer sport. Each group consists of eleven players
(Kepmeneg pora, 2008).
Football games are many factors that effect success, one that is very
supportive is power limbs at the time of the kick bounce and hard
would require maximum leg muscle power (Weineck, 2000). Increased
limb power is a very complex process in which several different
aspects are interconnected in a series of supporting components,
among others, flexibility of joint components, tendon strength,
balance and motor control, to muscle strength, muscle work balance,
muscle flexibility and muscle endurance.
formulation of the problem

1. Is there effect of plyometric exercise depth jump to the result a far kick
athlete football player at smp negeri 2 kasihan, bantul ?
2. Is there effect of plyometric exercise Knee tuck jump to the result a far kick
athlete football player at smp negeri 2 kasihan, bantul ?
3. . Is there difference of plyometric exercise dept jump and Knee tuck jump to
the result a far kick athlete football player at smp negeri 2 kasihan, bantul ?
The purpose

The General purpose in this research is to know the difference of the effect
of pliometric exercise depth jump and knee tuck jump on the result a far
kick.
The Specific purpose:
1) To know the effect of depth jump plyometric training on the result a far
kicks athlete football player.
2) To know the effect of plyometric training knee tuck jump on the result a
far kick athlete football player.
Why make plyometric training to
improve lower limb strength ??
Radcliffe & Farentinos (2002) say there are several types of pliometric
exercises, including dept jump and knee tuck jump.
Depth jump is a form of pliometric exercise that is able to increase limb
power by jumping off the bench and then landing, followed by a high jump, in
the exercise with 60% strength and 40% speed.
Knee tuck jump is a form of exercise performed by performing a 1-jump
upward with 2 limbs raised to chest height, in the exercise knee tuck jump in
contrast to the percentage of 60% speed and 40% strength
The research method

1. Research type: experimental quasi by using pre-post test two groups


design.
2. sampling technique: porpusive sampling, with random group division
DATA PROCESSING METHOD
Editing , Coding, Data tab

Data Analysis
Application data processing
software SPSS Data Editor Version
1.6

Hypothesis Test I and II: Hypothesis Test III:


If the normal data If the normal data
distribution using Paired distribution using T-
Normality test : Sample T-test If the data Independent Test If the
Test the normality of data distribution is not normal data distribution is not
using Shapiro Wilk Test. using Wilcoxon. if the p normal using Mann
(p> 0,05) normal value is less than 0.05 (p Whitney Test If the
(p <0,05) is not normal <0.05) then Ha is probability is smaller than
accepted and Ho is 0.05 (p <0.05) then Ha is
rejected. accepted and Ho is
rejected
Thanks for your
attention