Increasing Anaerobic Capacity of Badminton Athlete Through Interval Footwork Training Method


The issue of this study is the needs of badminton players to have good VO2max and good anaerobic capacity. The purpose of this research is to determine the effect of interval method of footwork training to increase of anaerobic capacity of badminton players. This experimental research Involved 35 UNP male athletes. The data were collected from a test of the 300 m run to measure anaerobic capacities. The data obtained in this study were analyzed using t-test. The results showed that footwork training was significantly influence the athlete's anaerobic capacity through interval training method of footwork.


Anaerobic, badminton, footwork training method


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