Arm and Leg Muscle Strength Training on Swimming Speed 50 Meters Freestyle at Ekoatic Swimming Club
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Swimming
Speed
Freestyle

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Sulisyani, A. L., Prawira, A. Y., Candra, J., & Pasaribu, A. M. N. (2023). Arm and Leg Muscle Strength Training on Swimming Speed 50 Meters Freestyle at Ekoatic Swimming Club. Nusantara Journal of Sports Science (NJSS), 2(1), 26–30. Retrieved from http://journal.apskori-sanjoss.org/index.php/njss/article/view/26

Abstract

This study aims to determine the effect of arm and leg muscle strength training at Ekoatic Swimming Club. Muscle strength training at the Ekoatic Swimming Club Among them are leg muscle strength exercises (lunges, squat jumps, jogging jumping jacks)  and arm muscle strength exercises (plank, push-ups, bench dips, shoulder taps). This type of research uses quantitative methods with an experimental approach. The sample in this study amounted to 28 people. The Instruments used in this study include the leg muscle strength test, namely standing broad jump, the arm muscle strength test, namely seated medicine ball throwing, and the 50-metre freestyle swimming speed test. The results showed that the data obtained had a pre-test significance value of 0.70 and a post-test significance value of 0.90. The value is greater than 0.50. Because the value of the significance value of both is greater than 0.50 (significant > 0.50), the hypothesis that the data is normally distributed is disregarded.

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