The Role of Physical Education in Increasing The Physical Fitness

marsyem, marsiyem (2012) The Role of Physical Education in Increasing The Physical Fitness. Proceeding Educating Sport Professional: Conserving Local Wisdom and Progressing future, 6 (9). pp. 366-373.

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      Abstract

      INTRODUCTION Low levels of physical fitness of students in schools of all educational units levels in Indonesia illustrates that the quality of physical education program in Indonesia is still low. Survey done by the Education Ministry acquired information about general results of Physical Education in schools could only give fitness to aproximately 15 percent of the whole student participant population. Wherease in a simple search through Sport Search (talent sport’s guide instrument) in aspcets related to high school students’ physicall fitness, Indonesian students were only capable of reaching the average of “Low” (Education Ministry, 2003). Low levels of physical education learning can be concluded by the presence of complaints from sports society that indicates that the quality of early sports seedlings from schools are so very low. These complaints is caused by the laxity of sportsman candidates in motoric capabilities from speed, agility, coordination, equilibrium, and spatial awareness and general resistance, strength, and flexibility. Suhardjana, 2010, suggested that 62,4% of primary schol students in Yogyakarta had concerning physical fitness status that will affect those students’ physical developments. The same thing also happened in Bali where from all the primary school students in that province 59,7% of them had physical fitness status below average. The same study has also been conducted by Center for Physical Quality Education Ministry in 2006 showed that only 6 percent of all elementary students in Indonesia have good physical fitness status, 48 percent of them were poor, 15 percent were very poor and moderate was only 31 percent. This physical fitness status can be used as an indicator of how poor the physical fitness status of society that can give impact in public health problems because various illness like hypertension, cardiac disorders, diabetes mellitus, and ateriosclerosis or cardiovascular diseases are more likely caused by the lack of physical fitness (Republika, 19-4-2010).

      Item Type: Article
      Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
      Divisions: Faculty of Teacher Training and Science Education > Study Program of Sport and Health Education
      Depositing User: Dra Marsiyem Mkes
      Date Deposited: 01 May 2013 14:36
      Last Modified: 01 May 2013 14:36
      URI: http://eprints.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/2008

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