THE DIFFERENCE IN THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PROPRIOCEPTIVE EXERCISE AND ZIG-ZAG RUN EXERCISE TOWARD AGILITY IMPROVEMENT IN CHILDREN AGED 9-11 YEARS OLD IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4 SANUR

  • Made Dwi Indah Permatahati Gita
  • Ni Luh Nopi Andayani
  • I Wayan Sugiritama
  • Ida Ayu Dewi Wiryanthini

Abstract

ABSTRACT
Agility is a person's ability to change the direction and position of the body quickly, effectively, and accurately in a short time without any sign of losing balance. This study with Pre and Post Test Two Group Design aims to compare Proprioceptive Exercise and Zig-zag Run Exercise in improving the agility of children aged 9-11 years in Elementary School 4 Sanur. The amount of samples is 16 children that divided to 2 groups. The average difference in agility improvement on the Proprioceptive Exercise group was 3.46 seconds and Zig-zag Run Exercise group was
4.98 second with independent sample T-test result obtained p=0.003 (p<0.05). It can be concluded that Zig-zag Run Exercise is better for improving agility than Proprioceptive Exercise of children aged 9-11 years in Elementary School
4 Sanur.


Keywords: Agility, Proprioceptive Exercise, Zig-zag Run Exercise, Shuttle Run Test.

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2018-05-15
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GITA, Made Dwi Indah Permatahati et al. THE DIFFERENCE IN THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PROPRIOCEPTIVE EXERCISE AND ZIG-ZAG RUN EXERCISE TOWARD AGILITY IMPROVEMENT IN CHILDREN AGED 9-11 YEARS OLD IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4 SANUR. The Indonesian Physiotherapy Scientific Magazine, [S.l.], v. 4, n. 3, p. 18-22, may 2018. ISSN 2722-0443. Available at: <https://ojs.unud.ac.id/index.php/mifi/article/view/43038>. Date accessed: 14 july 2020. doi: https://doi.org/10.24843/MIFI.2016.v04.i03.p04.

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