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JCR. 2020; 7(12): 1373-1385


Athlete Peak Performance: Effects of Education and Training (Diklat), Adversity Quotient and Cultural Values as Intervening Variables

Achmad Firdaus, Nadiroh, Suryadi.

Abstract
The Jakarta Provincial Youth and Sports Agency has conducted various programs related to sports development. The Sustainable Achievement Sports Development Program (POPB) is carried out by the DKI Jakarta Provincial Youth and Sports Agency in collaboration with the Faculty of Sport Science UNJ. The U-15 Sustainable Achievement Sports Development Program (POPB) is one of the latest programs from the Jakarta Youth and Sports Office. The sustainable sports development training program is carried out to prepare competent athletes to excel in various sports fields in DKI Jakarta that excel at National Sports Week ( PON) 2020 Papua and internationally such as the Asian Games and Olympic Games. The purpose of this study was to determine the direct and indirect effects of education and training (Diklat), adversity quotient, and cultural values on athletes peak performance. The research method uses causal associative with a quantitative approach. Data analysis uses path analysis. The study population is all athletes fostered by the Jakarta Youth and Sports Department, while the affordable population is 136 athletes. The sampling technique in this study is a probability sampling technique that is a sampling technique that provides equal opportunities for each member of the population to be sampled, through simple random sampling. The sample refers to the opinion of the Slovin formula with an error rate of 5%. The research sample of 101 athletes fostered by the Department of Youth and Sports of DKI Jakarta Province, because the number is considered to be able to represent the existing population. The results showed that there was a direct and significant influence on education and training (Diklat) on athletes' peak performance. Adversity quotient has a direct and significant effect on athletes' peak performance. Cultural values directly and significantly effect on athletes' peak performance. Education and training (Diklat) have a direct and significant effect on cultural values. Adversity quotient has a direct and significant effect on cultural values. The indirect effect of education and training (Diklat) on athletes' peak performance through cultural values. The indirect effect of adversity quotient on athletes peak performance through cultural values. Based on these findings it can be concluded that to improve athlete's peak performance, factors such as education and training (Diklat), adversity quotient, and cultural values need to be improved as well.

Key words: Education and training, adversity quotient, cultural values, peak performance, athletes.



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