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Increasing Speed and Agility of Cerebral Palsy Football Indonesian Player with UMAC-CPF Exercise Mod

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This research aims to determine the increasing speed and agility of CP Football Indonesia team players using the Umar Motor Ability Circuit-Cerebral Palsy Football (UMAC-CPF) exercise model. The research method used was pre-experimental with research design, one group pretest, and posttest design. The sample of this research was 14 all-athletes of the cerebral palsy Indonesia team. The research data were obtained using a 20-meter sprint test instrument to measure speed and an arrowhead test to measure agility. The data's technical analysis was a t-test (hypothesis test) with a level of significance of 5%. The influence test results using the t-test of the difference in player speed test results between pretest and posttest obtained amount t-Count 4.921 more significant than the amount t-Table 1.761 (at the level of significance 0.05), then the nil hypothesis is rejected. While the test results influence the player's agility test results between pretest and posttest obtained amount t-Count 9.169 more significant than the amount t-Table 1.761 (at the level of significance 0.05), then the nil hypothesis is rejected. Both tests mean there is an increase in the speed and agility of CP Football Indonesia players. The study concluded a significant increase in the speed and agility of the player's football team of Cerebral Palsy Indonesia using the UMAC-CPF exercise model. The research's impact makes CP Football Indonesia team players have excellent speed and agility to improve motor skills in supporting the game. 
Keywords  Cerebral Palsy, Football, Speed, Agility, UMAC-CPF 

Link : https://www.researchgate.net/publication/346646555_Increasing_Speed_and_Agility_of_Cerebral_Palsy_Football_Indonesian_Player_with_UMAC-CPF_Exercise_Model
 

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