Effectiveness of Volleyball Skills Instrument
Keywords:Effectiveness, Volleyball Skills Instrument
This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of volleyball skills instrument. The study was conducted on a team from Serambi Mekkah University in Acheh. A total 40 male students aged between 18 -25 years old were involved in this study and has been categorized into two group of expert (n=20) and novice (n=20) athlete. Statistical analysis independent sample T-test was used for data analysis to compared movement and outcome score between expert and novice athlete on serve, dig, set, block, and spike skill. Result of the study found that, expert athlete were significantly (p<0.05) perform higher score than novice athlete in the validity of movement construct for serve (t = 14.091; p = .000), dig (t = 5.044; p = .000), set (t = 12.632; p= .000), block (t = 13.816; p = .000), and spike (t = 16.716; p= .000). The same result also showed in the validity of outcome construct for serve (t = 4.181; p = .000), dig (t = 7.285; p = .000), set (t = 8.219; p= .000), block (t = 10.922; p= .000), and spike (t = 7.922; p= .000). Furthermore, the validity value of instrument‘s battery for volleyball skills movement score was (t = 16.490; p = .000) and the validity value of instrument’s battery for volleyball skills outcome score was (t = 10.792; p= .000). It is concluded that this volleyball skills instrument is effective as a good measuring instruments for the skills of volleyball players between ages of 18 until 25 years old.
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