|Hariyuda Anggriawan||Universitas Sebelas Maretfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|DIFFERENCES INFLUENCE OF INTERVAL DRILL EXERCISE BETWEEN ACTIVE AND PASSIVE ON SKILLS OF ATHLETE AT THE AGE OF CHILDREN|
|Learning Method, Massed Practice, Distributed Practice, Drill Interval Training, Hit Skill, Sport Science|
Objectives: The purpose of this research are to know: (1) Differences between passive and active break interval on the athlete skills of the son of children ages of Putra Utama Badminton Association Sukoharjo, (2) Which is better influence between drill practice with passive break interval and active on the athlete's skill athlete son of the children's Putra Utama Badminton Association Sukoharjo. Methods: The type of research used is experimental research. The population in this study is the players of the age of the children of Putra Utama Badminton Association Sukoharjo aged 11 - 13 years, amounting to 16 athletes, sampling technique used is the total sampling. Data collection techniques used are test methods. Data analysis technique used in this research is reliability test, normality test, homogeneity test and t-test. Results: Based on the results of the study can be summarized as follows: (1) There is a significant difference of influence between the active and passive interval drill interval training methods on the athlete's hit skills at the age of the children of Putra Utama Badminton Association Sukoharjo. This is evidenced from the results of the final test of each group that is, t count 3.049 greater than ttable 2.145 with 5% significance level. (2) The active interval drill interval training method has a better effect than the passive interval drill interval training method on the athlete skill of the child's age athlete of Putra Utama Badminton Associaton Sukoharjo. Conclutions: Based on the percentage of skill improvement in badminton, it showed that group 1 (group treated with active interval drill interval training method) was 1.829%> group 2 (group receiving treatment of passive rest interval drill interval) was 1.142%.