Anthropometric and Motor Performance of Junior Badminton Athlete
Prayogi Dwina Angga
Prayogi Dwina Angga
Available Online February 2019.
- anthropometric, motor performance, badminton, junior athlete
- This study aims to describe the anthropometric and motor performance profile of junior male badminton athletes in South Kalimantan. The model of this research is descriptive quantitative. The used method is survey with data retrieval technique using test and measurement. This research was conducted on 14 badminton athletes from the Students Education and Training Center (PPLP) of South Kalimantan Province were 14.86 ± 1.41 years and 14.00 ± 1.63 years. Data were collected by measuring the anthropometry of athletes including height, weight, body mass index and foot length. In addition, motor performance data collection is done among hand eye coordination, agility, speed and aerobic performance such as VO2 Max. Data were analyzed using mean and standard deviation. The mean values of anthropometry (height, weight, body mass index and foot length) of male badminton players in this study were 162.43 ± 4.69 cm, weight 53.14 ± 9.65 kg, body mass index of 20.13 ± 3.36 kg m2, foot length of 25.06 ± 0.89 cm. The mean values of anthropometry (height, weight, body mass index and foot length) of female badminton athletes in this study were height 155.75 ± 5.74 cm, weight 55.0 ± 5.87 kg, body mass index 22.78 ± 3.27 kg m2, foot length 24.33 ± 0.79 cm. Meanwhile for the physical condition of male badminton players (aerobic endurance, speed, agility, hand eye coordination) are as follows: aerobic endurance 37.12 ± 6.54 ml / kg / minute, speed 3.65 ± 0.56 s, agility 6.98 ± 0.44 s, eye hand coordination 12.71 ± 3.83 times. While the average value of female badminton players is as follows: aerobic endurance 26.10 ± 1.40 ml / kg / minute, speed 4.06 ± 0.24 s, agility 8.23 ± 0.15 s, hand eye coordination 9.00 ± 2.94 times. Badminton players in South Kalimantan have an average anthropometry score and lower motor performance compared to badminton players Nigeria, Brazil and the Philippines. The results of this study can provide information to the coaches and sport scientist in designing and developing training programs to improve the performance of badminton player.
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TY - CONF AU - Prayogi Dwina Angga PY - 2019/02 DA - 2019/02 TI - Anthropometric and Motor Performance of Junior Badminton Athlete BT - 2nd International Conference on Sports Sciences and Health 2018 (2nd ICSSH 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 143 EP - 146 SN - 2468-5739 UR - https://www.atlantis-press.com/article/55914046 ID - DwinaAngga2019/02 ER -