|Febi Kurniawan||Singaperbangsa University||febi.kurniawan18.FK@gmail.com|
|EFFECTIVENESS OF SHOOTING TRAINING MODEL FEBI FUTSAL GAMES ON THE IMPROVEMENT OF SHOOTING RESULT ON FUTSAL SPORTS FOR BEGIN PLAYER|
|effectiveness, shooting exercise febi futsal games, novice players, sports science|
Objectives: This study aims to determine the effectiveness of the shooting practice model Febi Futsal games to increase shooting results on futsal sport for beginners. Method: The research method used is quantitative descriptive research with experiment. The population of 110 players. The sample is 80 players divided into 2 groups (experiment and control), with purposive sampling technique include: (1) trainees are able to follow the exercise for 16 times, and (2) 10-12 years age range. Instrument test using shooting test that has been modified with the result of validity 0,831 and reliability 0,865. Analyze technique using IBM SPSS for Windows 21 with normality test using kolmogorof smirnov with result of Asymp value. Sig (2-tailed) is greater than 0.05, meaning the distribution of data is normally distributed. While homogeneity test using Levene test with asymp result. sig (2-tailed) 5% or (p> 0.05), which means the data is homogeneous. The analysis test used in this research is the average difference test using t-test (Paired t-test). Results: The result of the experimental group showed a significant difference between pre-test and post-test of febi futsal games shooting technique of 0.00 <0.05, while the control group sig score was 0.00 <0.05. This indicates that there is an increase in training results both experiment and control groups. The magnitude of the difference in average increase in shooting practice results between the experimental and control groups is 4.6> 1.33. that is, the increase of the experimental group is greater than the control group. Conclusion: There is a significant difference between pre-test and post-test shooting practice on futsal, but the shooting model of futsal games for beginners is more effective than the control group who practice using conventional methods.