"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2016, Vol. 3, Issue 3, Part E
Development model of volleyball spike trainingAuthor(s):
Indra Adi BudimanAbstract:
The purpose of this study was to produce a model of spike volleyball practice. This study was developed based on the basic theory of volleyball spike taken from varieties of relevant sources. The model is derived from the theory of learning model proposed by Borg and Gall. In addition, this model was also developed based on empirical data from relevant research, those are the research on the spike volleyball skills conducted by Mulyana (2004) and research on the development of the model by Emral (2013). Data taken based on the results of a questionnaire answered by the expert coaching, volleyball coach, and expert learning media. In addition, tests are also conducted to the control group and the experimental group. Data validation and revision of the results processed to determine the feasibility and effectiveness of the models developed. Test results in the control group and experimental groups were analyzed by t-test to determine whether the model developed is effective or not.Based on the validation of the volleyball experts, instructional media expert and trainer, this product of spike volleyball models can be used by various groups, especially volleyball clubs in order to improve the skills and spike competency. The effectiveness of the model also demonstrated by t-test results that show a positive significance.The result shows that the model is effective and very proper to use. Therefore, spike volleyball training model can be considered to be the main model for the implementation of spike training. Furthermore, this model has implications for improving volleyball achievement both at the regional, national and international.Pages: 466-471 | 940 Views 48 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Indra Adi Budiman. Development model of volleyball spike training. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2016; 3(3): 466-471.