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Circuit Training to Increase Cardiorespiratory Endurance in Male Basketball Players


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1 Departement of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health, Science and Technology, University of Dhyana Pura, Badung, Bali, INDONESIA. Address: Br. Dinas Pohgcnding, Deaa Pitra, Penebel, Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia
2 2Departement of Nutrition Science, Facultyof Health, Science and Technology, University of Dhyana Pura, Badung, Bali, INDONESIA. Address: Br. Dinas Dauh Pengkung, Ds. Tista. Kerambltan, Tabanan, BalilNlJONESIA, 82161, Indonesia
3 Department of Sport Science, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, INDONESIA. Address: Unesa kampus Lidah, JI Lidah Wetan Surabaya, 60213, Indonesia
     

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In playing basketball, body fitness is important. It is closely related to biomotor abilities which consist of several components, one of which is endurance. An attack movement in a basketball game would require good cardiorespiratory endurance. Aerobic endurance is related to oxygen intake.This study aims to determine the improvement of cardiorespiratory endurance in male students who took basketball as a preferred extracurricular activity gained through circuit training. This is experimental research with onegroup pretest-posttest design. The sample of this research consisted of 15 male students. Circuit training was carried out three times a week for four weeksat an exercise intensity of 65%‒90% of maximum heart rate. From hypothesis testingwitha paired t-test,it was found out that P = 0.000 (0.000 < 0.05), suggesting that there was a meaningful difference. This result shows that circuit training improved cardiorespiratory endurance.

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circuit training, cardiorespiratory endurance, male basketball players
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Agung Wahyu Permadi
Departement of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health, Science and Technology, University of Dhyana Pura, Badung, Bali, INDONESIA. Address: Br. Dinas Pohgcnding, Deaa Pitra, Penebel, Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia
I Made Wisnu Adhi Putra
2Departement of Nutrition Science, Facultyof Health, Science and Technology, University of Dhyana Pura, Badung, Bali, INDONESIA. Address: Br. Dinas Dauh Pengkung, Ds. Tista. Kerambltan, Tabanan, BalilNlJONESIA, 82161, Indonesia
Endang Sri Wahjuni
Department of Sport Science, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, INDONESIA. Address: Unesa kampus Lidah, JI Lidah Wetan Surabaya, 60213, Indonesia

Abstract


In playing basketball, body fitness is important. It is closely related to biomotor abilities which consist of several components, one of which is endurance. An attack movement in a basketball game would require good cardiorespiratory endurance. Aerobic endurance is related to oxygen intake.This study aims to determine the improvement of cardiorespiratory endurance in male students who took basketball as a preferred extracurricular activity gained through circuit training. This is experimental research with onegroup pretest-posttest design. The sample of this research consisted of 15 male students. Circuit training was carried out three times a week for four weeksat an exercise intensity of 65%‒90% of maximum heart rate. From hypothesis testingwitha paired t-test,it was found out that P = 0.000 (0.000 < 0.05), suggesting that there was a meaningful difference. This result shows that circuit training improved cardiorespiratory endurance.

Keywords


circuit training, cardiorespiratory endurance, male basketball players



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v11%2Fi2%2F2020%2Fijphrd%2F194946