Exercise Influence Reaction Speed and Acceleration Speed to Dribble the Soccer Skills SMK Negeri 3 Bulukumba
This is an experimental research, which aims to investigate the possibility of mutual influence (speed reaction and speed acceleration drills) to the dribble skills of soccer at SMK Negeri 3 Bulukumba by using one or more groups of one or more experimental treatments and compare the results with one or more control groups that did not receive treatment condition. The sample used in this study were representative of the overall population numbers as many as 60 people, while the sampling technique chosen in this study was maching ordinal pairing to split the group. The data analysis technique used was the statistical analysis by calculating descriptive data using excel program, test the normality of the data using techniques of lillifors, the homogeneity of the samples tested using the F test, to test the influence of exercise, to test the influence of differences between groups using unpaired t-test. The results showed that: (i) speed reaction exercise on the soccer dribble skills at SMK Negeri 3 Bulukumba has significant influence by the evidenced of paired t-test, proved by the t observations which was greater than t table (t0 = 11,474> ttable 0.05 = 2.093). Therefore, H0 was rejected and H1 was accepted by the mean score of 9 or 45% which gained over the average scored. Whereas, 3 people or 15%, were on the average score and 8 other people or 40% obtained below the average score; (ii) speed acceleration exercise on the soccer dribble skills of SMK Negeri 3 Bulukumba has a significant influence by the evidenced of paired t-test proved by the t observations which was greater than t-table (t0 = 10,850> ttable 0,05 = 2.093). Therefore, H0 was rejected and H1 was received by an average score of 8 people or the 40% which obtained above the average scores, 4 people or 20% were on the average score, and 8 other people or 40% obtained below the average score.
Keywords - Reaction Speed And Acceleration Speed, Dribble TheSoccer