Kesan “progressive muscle relaxation” (PMR) ke atas tekanan emosi dalam kalangan pemain bola jaring 10 dan 11 tahun

The effect of progressive muscle relaxation (PMR) on emotional distress among 10 and 11 years old netball players

  • Wan Nur Najiah Wan Abd Ghani Fakulti Sains Sukan dan Kejurulatihan, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
  • Nur Ilyani Ishak Fakulti Sains Sukan dan Kejurulatihan, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
  • Nelfianty Mohd Rasyid Fakulti Sains Sukan dan Kejurulatihan, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
Keywords: pemain bola jaring, DASS-21, tekanan emosi, kebimbangan, latihan relaksasi.

Abstract

Kajian ini dijalankan untuk mengenalpasti kesan latihan kemahiran psikologi Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) ke atas tekanan emosi dalam kalangan pemain bola jaring berumur 10 dan 11 tahun. Sampel kajian adalah terdiri daripada 10 orang pemain yang berumur 10 tahun dan 10 orang berumur 11 tahun (N = 20). Data kajian ini diperoleh melalui skor borang soal selidik Depression Anxiety Stress Scale-21 (DASS-21) untuk mengukur tahap tekanan emosi. Analisis nilai min dan peratusan digunakan untuk melihat tahap tekanan emosi manakala ujian Mixed Anova digunakan untuk mengkaji kesan latihan PMR terhadap kumpulan rawatan iaitu pemain bola jaring yang menyertai Karnival Tunas Mini Olimpik (KATMO). Subjek dibahagikan kepada kumpulan kawalan yang menjalani sesi menyejukkan badan seperti biasa manakala kumpulan rawatan menjalani PMR. Hasil kajian menunjukkan perbezaan kesan yang signifikan antara skor kumpulan kawalan dan rawatan, F(1, 18) = 50.22, p = .00, ηp 2 = 0.74) di mana kumpulan rawatan didapati berjaya menurunkan skor stress, kebimbangan dan kemurungan dengan lebih banyak. Oleh yang demikian, jurulatih dan atlet harus memberi tumpuan terhadap latihan relaksasi untuk mengatasi masalah tekanan emosi dan kebimbangan untuk membantu dalam mencapai prestasi puncak.

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Published
2019-06-17
How to Cite
Wan Abd Ghani, W. N. N., Ishak, N., & Mohd Rasyid, N. (2019). Kesan “progressive muscle relaxation” (PMR) ke atas tekanan emosi dalam kalangan pemain bola jaring 10 dan 11 tahun. Jurnal Sains Sukan & Pendidikan Jasmani, 8(1), 39-44. Retrieved from http://ojs.upsi.edu.my/index.php/JSSPJ/article/view/2669