Variations In Weekly Load, Training Monotony, and Strain In DBL Academy Students

  • Salma Amalina Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Bayu Agung Pramono Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Muhammad Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • I Dewa Made Aryananda Wijaya Kusuma Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Tengku Melissa Fitrah Binti Tengku Alam University Malaya


The objective of this study was to examine and quantitatively assess the correlation between training load, strain, and RPE adolescent basketball athletes. 10 athletes who were DBL Academy students participated in the study. selected athletes are athletes who are prepared to participate in the DBL championship on the Hoops stage. They practice 3 times in semingu for 3 weeks consisting of technical, tactical, physical, and game programs. The ANOVA and Turkey statistic tests were used to see the difference in training results per week divided into weekly training load, monotony training, and training strains, The coefficient of variation (CV) in a week represents the average CV of all players in each week considering all training sessions. The result of this study was that weekly exercise load variation increased by 21% in the first week and decreased by 3% from the second week to the third week while the coefficient of variation in the week was highest in the first week at 19% and feel stagnant by 18% in the second and third weeks. Average monotony training per week was 1.8 AU and training strain 3508.5 and any strength relation between weekly training load and training strain (r=0.990; sig. 0.000). This study concluded that exercises carried out for 3 weeks had a variety of exercises that supported an increase in exercise load per week which also increased exercise tension. Coaches are important in monitoring weekly training loads; monitoring monotony and strain training will help in preparing athletes to participate in championships optimally.

Keywords: Training Load, RPE, Strength and Conditioning, Fatigue, Overtraining


Download data is not yet available.

Author Biographies

Bayu Agung Pramono, Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Sport Coaching Education

Muhammad , Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Sport Coaching Education

I Dewa Made Aryananda Wijaya Kusuma, Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Sport Coaching Education

Tengku Melissa Fitrah Binti Tengku Alam, University Malaya

Department Sport Management


Academy, S. F. (2019). Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE) – Cardio Training. Stormfitnessacademy.Co.Uk.
Beato, M., Vicens-bordas, J., Peña, J., & Costin, A. J. (2023). Training load comparison between small, medium, and large-sided games in professional football. Front. Sports Act. Living, May, 1–13.
Bompa, T., & Buzzichelli, C. (2015). Periodization Training for Sports Third Edition.
Bompa, T. O., & Buzzichelli, C. A. (2019). Peridization: Theory and Methodology of Training. In Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling (Vol. 6, Issue 6).
Clemente, F. M., Clark, C., Castillo, D., Sarmento, H., Nikolaidis, P. T., Rosemann, T., & Knechtle, B. (2019). Variations of training load, monotony, and strain and dose-response relationships with maximal aerobic speed, maximal oxygen uptake, and isokinetic strength in professional soccer players. PLoS ONE, 14(12).
Coutinho, D., Gonçalves, B., Figueira, B., Abade, E., Marcelino, R., & Sampaio, J. (2015). Typical weekly workload of under 15, under 17, and under 19 elite Portuguese football players. Journal of Sports Sciences, 33(12), 1229–1237.
Cristina-Souza, G., Santos-Mariano, A. C., Souza-Rodrigues, C. C., Osiecki, R., Silva, S. F., Lima-Silva, A. E., & De Oliveira, F. R. (2019). Menstrual cycle alters training strain, monotony, and technical training length in young. Journal of Sports Sciences, 37(16), 1824–1830.
Edwin Putra Surya Prasetyo. (2021). Analisis Marketing Mix DBL Academy. Jurnal Indonesia Sosial Sains, 2(6), 878–893.
Fessi, M. S., Nouira, S., Dellal, A., Owen, A., Elloumi, M., & Moalla, W. (2016). Changes of the psychophysical state and feeling of wellness of professional soccer players during pre-season and in-season periods. Research in Sports Medicine, 24(4), 375–386.
Foster, C. (1998). Monitoring training in athletes with reference to overtraining syndrome (p. 30(7)). Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.
Gabbett, T. J. (2016). The training-injury prevention paradox: Should athletes be training smarter and harder? British Journal of Sports Medicine, 50(5), 273–280.
Haddad, M. (2017). Session-RPE method for training load monitoring: V...
Impellizzeri, F. M., Menaspà, P., Coutts, A. J., Kalkhoven, J., & Menaspà, M. J. (2020). Training load and its role in injury prevention, Part I: Back to the future. Journal of Athletic Training, 55(9), 885–892.
Lago-Peñas, C., & Sampaio, J. (2015). Just how important is a good season start? Overall team performance and financial budget of elite soccer clubs. Journal of Sports Sciences, 33(12), 1214–1218.
Morales, J., Roman, V., Yáñez, A., Solana-Tramunt, M., Álamo, J., & Fíguls, A. (2019). Physiological and Psychological Changes at the End of the Soccer Season in Elite Female Athletes. Journal of Human Kinetics, 66(1), 99–109.
Murray, A. (2017). Managing the training load in adolescent athletes. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 12, 42–49.
Petway, A. J. (2020). Training load and match-play demands in basketball based on competition level: A systematic review. In PLoS ONE (Vol. 15, Issue 3).
Stevens, T. G. A., de Ruiter, C. J., Twisk, J. W. R., Savelsbergh, G. J. P., & Beek, P. J. (2017). Quantification of in-season training load relative to match load in professional Dutch Eredivisie football players. Science and Medicine in Football, 1(2), 117–125.
Svilar, L. (2018). Positional differences in elite basketball: Selecting appropriate training-load measures. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance,
How to Cite
Amalina, S., Pramono, B. A., , M., Kusuma, I. D. M. A. W., & Binti Tengku Alam, T. M. F. (2024). Variations In Weekly Load, Training Monotony, and Strain In DBL Academy Students. JUARA : Jurnal Olahraga, 9(1), 591-596.
Abstract viewed = 76 times
PDF downloaded = 0 times