"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2021, Vol. 8, Issue 3, Part A
Influence of training programs uphill-downhill fast running interval to 100 meters running speedAuthor(s):
Jusak Syaranamual and Ztella RumawatineAbstract:
This study aims to explore the effect of modification of the training system above and specifically aims to: (1) examine the effect of an interval training program for angled uphill sprinting at a distance of 10 meters and an angled downhill sprint interval at a distance of 20 meters plus a stride of 80 meters with a rest ratio. 1: 5, (2) Assessing the effect of an angled uphill sprint interval training program at a distance of 10 meters and an angled downhill sprint interval at a distance of 20 meters plus an 80 meter stride with a rest ratio of 1:10, (3) Knowing the difference in influence between training programs angled uphill sprint intervals at a distance of 10 meters and angled downhill sprint intervals at a distance of 20 meters plus an 80 meter stride with a rest ratio of 1: 5 and 1:10 seen from the time of 100 meters running speed, leg muscle strength and thigh muscle hypertrophy. This research is an experiment using the "Randomized Control Group Pretest-Posttest Design". The population of this research is the athlete candidates for beginner male sprint athletes aged 14-15 years, the results of PASI KONI Ambon City, totaling 33 athletes. The athletes were then divided into three groups, each consisting of 11 people. The experimental group I was given a measured uphill downhill interval training program with a rest ratio of 1: 5, the experimental group II was given a measured uphill-downhill interval training program with a resting ratio of 1:10, and the control group carried lout conventional training activities.Pages: 38-42 | 15 Views 9 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Jusak Syaranamual, Ztella Rumawatine. Influence of training programs uphill-downhill fast running interval to 100 meters running speed. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2021;8(3):38-42.