Analysis of Former Athlete Coaching Model in Indonesia: A preliminary study
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- career development; former athletes; coaching model
Post-athlete careers are a phenomenon that attracts public attention, not only in terms of success but also in terms of failure of former athletes in living the life of retirement from the status of athletes. This preliminary study aims to look at the post-athlete career coaching model. The research method uses survey techniques carried out on the Sports Committee in Indonesia. The instrument used is a scale developed based on the theory of Career Development which consists of six transitional periods (1) Beginning and then specification of sports, (2) Intensive training in a sport, (3) Transfer from junior to senior to gain peak performance, (4) Transition from amateur status to professional, (5) From peak performance to final period, (6) Retirement. The results of the analysis of the survey of 20 Sports Committees showed that 25% of the Sports Committee carried out the initial coaching to the specifications of the sport, 89% of the Sports Committee carried out coaching intensive training in a sport, 95% of the Sports Committee carried out coaching from the junior to the senior to achieve top performance, The 95% Sports Committee carries out the transition from amateur to professional status, 30% of the Sports Committee carries out coaching from peak to final and 0% of Sports Committees carry out retirement or post-athlete careers.
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TY - CONF AU - Nuryadi Nuryadi AU - Yusuf Hidayat AU - Dian Budiana AU - Jajat Darajat K Negara PY - 2019/09 DA - 2019/09 TI - Analysis of Former Athlete Coaching Model in Indonesia: A preliminary study BT - Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Sport Science, Health, and Physical Education (ICSSHPE 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 395 EP - 397 SN - 2468-5739 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icsshpe-18.2019.109 DO - 10.2991/icsshpe-18.2019.109 ID - Nuryadi2019/09 ER -