PEMBINAAN UNIT KEGIATAN MAHASISWA BULU TANGKIS DI UNIVERSITAS PGRI ADI BUANA SURABAYA DALAM PENINGKATAN KESEHATAN JASMANI

  • Samudera Gasref Prayurin Sakti Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Purbodjati Purbodjati Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Abstract

Abstract

This study aims to determine the quality achievement of coaching in the pandemic period by the Student Activity Unit (SME) Badminton University of PGRI Adi Buana Surabaya. The method used is the survey method with observation and interview techniques, as well as the spread of questionnaires to: 1. Badminton UKM coaches, 2. Badminton UKM coach, 3. Badminton UKM management, 4. Members of the badminton UKM. The research instrument used is an open questionnaire containing indicators of training and physical health development. Data analysis uses an interactive analysis model, namely with data collection, data presentation, data reduction, and verification / conclusions. The results of the study stated that the coaching of badminton's SMEs at the University of PGRI Adi Buana Surabaya in the pandemic period was quite good because it had been reprocessed all internal and external programs by UKM builders and administrators and carried out by the coach by applying a strict health protocol during training, giving training portions Enough theory and practice, and does not provide a special target that can burden the minds of the participants, because in this pandemic time it is very important to maintain mental health too. However, it does not rule out the possibility if there are participants who have ambition to achieve achievements, can be focused and given the appropriate target to achieve achievements. The concept of plans made to improve activities include: a. Addition of time allocation or training schedule, and b. Certainty of the location or practice site in the pandemic period that can be reached easily by the participants has been well organized.

Keywords: Badminton, Coaching, Training program, Pandemic

Published
2022-01-21
Section
Jurnal Kesehatan Olahraga
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