Application of speed and agility training: How do they affect dribbling skills in football?

Reyhan Chafidz, Candra Juli, Faridatul ‘Ala, Mariya Troyanovska

Abstract


Background and Study Aim. Dribbling skills have a crucial role in the achievement of a football player, especially at a young age level such as the SSB Medan Satria U-16 Football team. This study aims to investigate the effect of speed and agility on the dribbling skills of SSB U-16 Medan Satria students.

Material and Methods. The method used in this research is experimental, the data collection techniques used are tests and measurements. The population in this study were SSB U-16 Medan Satria students. The sample taken from the results of purposive sampling amounted to 20 students. The instrument used is a dribbling skill test. Data analysis using the SPSS 26 application.

Results. The results showed a significance value of 0.000 <0.05 so there is a significant effect of speed training on dribbling skills of soccer games. The application of agility training shows a significance value of 0.000 <0.05 so that there is a significant effect of agility training on dribbling skills of soccer games. Further results show the comparison between speed training and agility training shows a significance value of 0.000 <0.05 which means that there is a significant difference between speed training and agility training, the results also provide information that speed training is better for improving dribbling skills.

Conclusions.The results of this study are expected to provide a clear picture of the effect of speed and agility training on dribbling skills at the youth level. These findings can then be applied in the development of a more specific and focused training program, with the aim of improving the quality of each player's dribbling skills.

 


Keywords


Speed Training; Agility Training; Dribbling Skills; Football

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26418/tajor.v1i3.69561

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