DIFFERENCES OF LUNG FUNCTION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS FOLLOWING FOOTBALL EXTRACURRICULAR WITH FUTSAL
This study aims to determine differences in the level of lung function of students who take part in football extracurricular and futsal extracurricular in elementary school. This research is a comparative descriptive research. The population in this study were students who took part in football extracurricular and futsal extracurricular at SD Negeri Pameungpeuk, totaling 50 students. The sample used purposive sampling technique, with the following criteria: (1) male, (2) active in football and futsal extracurricular activities, (3) maximum age 12 years, and (4) not sick. Based on this, the sample amounted to 60 students. The instrument used is the Vital Capacity Meter. Data analysis used t test of 5% significance. . The difference in the function of vital lung capacity following extracurricular futsal and extracurricular futsal showed sig. (2-tailed) 0.008 which has a smaller value < 0.050 which indicates that Ho is rejected. This figure shows that there are differences in lung function of elementary school students who take extracurricular football and futsal. The results showed that there was a significant difference in the level of lung function of the students who took part in the football extracurricular and the futsal extracurricular at the Pameungpeuk State Elementary School. This means that the level of lung function of students who take futsal extracurricular is better than football extracurricular at Pameungpeuk public elementary school.