The Effect of Circuit Training on Dollyo Chagi Kick Speed in Taekwondo Martial Arts The Rakean Taekwondo Club Extracurricular at SMAN I Pagaden

  • Dean Ashar Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Dikdik Zafar Sidik Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Gempar Al-Hadist Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Keywords: The effect of circuit training on dollyo chagi speed, Taekwondo


This research was conducted at SMA Negeri 1 Pagaden. Based on the existing problems, the dollyo chagi kick technique is the technique most often used in matches. Therefore the author intends to maximize the ability of dollyo chagi kicks for students at the Extracurricular Rakean Taekwondo Club at SMAN I Pagaden. Because this kick is the kick that is most relied on in kyourugi (sparring) matches in Taekwondo. The purpose of this study was to increase dollyo chagi kick speed for Rakean Taekwondo Club extracurricular students at SMAN I Pagaden. This research is a pretest and posttest experimental research. In this study, the researcher wanted to increase the dollyo chagi kick speed of Rakean Taekwondo Club extracurricular students at SMAN I Pagaden. Each sample was collected before and after doing circuit training. The population in this study were 20 Taekwondo extracurricular students at SMA Negeri 1 Pagaden with a sample of 100% of the population. The instrument used in this study was to test the speed of dollyo chagi kicks 5 times and the time was calculated as done by Jati (2016) which was tested for validity and reliability by the author with the result of 5 dollyo chagi kicks of 0.750. In this study, the hypothesis was tested using the formula T tes twith a result of 0.000 <0.05, with these results there is a significant difference in the results of the circuit training on the dollyo chagi kick of the Rakean Taekwondon Club extracurricular students at SMAN I Pagaden.