EFFECT PHYSICAL FITNESS AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS ON STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES SCHOOL INTERMEDIATE FIRST

Authors

  • YUNI ASTUTI Faculty of Science Sports, Padang State University, West Sumatra, Indonesia.
  • DRA ERIANTI Faculty of Science Sports, Padang State University, West Sumatra, Indonesia.

Keywords:

physical fitness, nutritional status, self-confident, learning outcome

Abstract

Problem in this study is the low learning outcomes PJOK SMP Negeri 34 Padang. This study aims to determine the effect of physical fitness, nutritional status, and self-confidence on learning outcomes of PJOK at SMP Negeri 34 Padang. This research method is a quantitative method using a Path Analysis approach. The population in this study was all students of class VII at SMP Negeri 34 Padang 218 people consisting of class VII. The sampling technique is carried out by non- probability sampling by using the method quota random sampling, with a sample of 30 people. The data was collected using a questionnaire to measure self-confidence and nutritional status using a body mass index, the TKJI test to get data on the physical fitness of students, seeing learning outcomes obtained in the even semester of the 2020/2021. The results show that: (1) Physical fitness has a direct effect on learning outcomes because the value of sig=0.026 is smaller than the probability value of 0.05, having an effect of 9.80%; (2) Confidence has a direct effect on learning outcomes, the value of sig.=0.015 is smaller than the significant value of 0.05, the effect is equal to 12.30%; (3) Nutritional status has a direct effect on learning outcomes because the value of sig = 0.007 is smaller than the probability value of 0.05, the effect is 16.73%; (4) Physical fitness has an indirect effect on learning outcomes through Nutritional Status with a contribution of 20.30%; (5) Confidence has an indirect effect on learning outcomes through Nutritional Status with a contribution of 13.50%; and (6) Physical fitness, self-confidence and nutritional status have a simultaneous effect on PJOK learning outcomes with a value of R square = 0.306 and from the Annova table it is obtained F=5.573 with probability (sig.)=0.003. As a conclusion, physical fitness, confidence, nutritional status, are considering having effect to the students either direct or indirectly, and this may become the major concern in determination on the students learning outcomes.

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Published

2022-10-14

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ASTUTI, Y., & ERIANTI, D. (2022). EFFECT PHYSICAL FITNESS AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS ON STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES SCHOOL INTERMEDIATE FIRST. Quantum Journal of Engineering, Science and Technology, 3(3), 14–19. Retrieved from https://qjoest.com/index.php/qjoest/article/view/76

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