CORRELATION OF LIMB LENGTH AND LIMB MUSCLE POWER TO LONG PASSING RESULTS IN WAKANDA FC FOOTBALL PLAYERS DELI SERDANG IN 2020

  • Muhammad Syafrilianda Umri Fakultas Ilmu Keolahragaan, Universitas Negeri Medan
  • Rahman Situmeang Fakultas Ilmu Keolahragaan, Universitas Negeri Medan
Keywords: Leg Muscle Length, Leg Muscle Power, Long Pass

Abstract

This study aims to determine the correlation between leg length and leg muscle power on the results of long passing in soccer games. The population in this study were all Wakanda football players FC Deliserdang in 2020. A total sample of 20 was obtained by total sampling technique. The instruments used in this study were an instrument for measuring leg length, a standing broad jump instrument for leg muscle power and a long passing instrument was the gastric passing test from Bobby Charlton. The results of the first statistical analysis show that the correlation coefficient is 0.501, which is a strong enough correlation. The R square of 0.251 explains that the length of the legs has an effect of 25.1% on the results of long passing football, while 74.9% is influenced by other variables. Based on the results of the t-test, it is known that tcount> ttable where (2.45> 1.729), so it can be concluded that there is a significant relationship between leg length and long passing results in Wakanda football player FC Deli Serdang in 2020. The result of the second statistical analysis shows a correlation coefficient of 0.457, which is a strong enough correlation. The R square of 0.209 explains that leg muscle power has an effect of 20.9% on the results of long passing football while 79.1% is influenced by other variables. Based on the results of the t-test, it is known that tcount> ttable where (2.183> 1.729), so it can be concluded that there is a significant relationship of leg muscle power to the long passing results of the Wakanda FC Deli Serdang football player in 2020. The result of the third statistical analysis shows that the correlation coefficient is 0.506 which is a strong enough correlation. The R square of 0.256 explains that leg length and leg muscle power have an effect of 25.6% on the results of soccer long passing while 74.4% are influenced by other variables. Based on the results of the t-test, it is known that tcount <ttable where (0.344 <1.729), so it can be concluded that there is no significant correlation between leg length and leg muscle power together on the long passing results of football players Wakanda FC Deli Serdang in 2020.

Published
2021-06-30
How to Cite
Umri , M. S., & Situmeang, R. (2021). CORRELATION OF LIMB LENGTH AND LIMB MUSCLE POWER TO LONG PASSING RESULTS IN WAKANDA FC FOOTBALL PLAYERS DELI SERDANG IN 2020. Journal Physical Health Recreation , 1(2), 125-131. Retrieved from https://jurnal.stokbinaguna.ac.id/index.php/JPHR/article/view/280