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2024, Vol. 11, Issue 3, Part B

Motion analysis of sickle kick techniques in pencak silat PPLP DIY athletes: A biomechanical analysis


Author(s): Bambang Mujiono and Awan Hariono

Abstract:
This study is intended to determine the performance and the motion errors of the sickle kick technique. The population and samples were 5 PPLP DIY martial arts (pencak silat) athletes. This research was a descriptive study. The instrument used a sickle kick on a kickstand. To analyze the data, researchers utilized Kinovea Software. The results showed that the performance of the sickle kick technique at the attitude stage, the flexion of the back leg tends to be smaller than the leg in front so that the sickle kick is less effective and efficient, while at the point of contact stage, the head position tends to bow, the eyes are fixed on the kickstand, the position of the togok tends to hunch over not maintained in an upright position. Thus, the performance of pencak silat athletes' sickle kicks at the posture and point of contact stages is not effective and efficient.

DOI: 10.22271/kheljournal.2024.v11.i3b.3329

Pages: 113-116  |  150 Views  73 Downloads

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How to cite this article:
Bambang Mujiono, Awan Hariono. Motion analysis of sickle kick techniques in pencak silat PPLP DIY athletes: A biomechanical analysis. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2024;11(3):113-116. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22271/kheljournal.2024.v11.i3b.3329

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