Physical Training Model Of Brimob Polri: Enhancing Task Performance With Superior Physical Abilities

  • Uden Kusuma Wijaya Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Firman Dlis Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Widiastuti Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia
Keywords: Physical Fitness Training, Task Performance, Mobile Brigade (BRIMOB), Endurance, Agility


This research aims to develop an effective training model to enhance the physical fitness of Indonesian National Police Mobile Brigade (BRIMOB) personnel to support their operational tasks optimally. Good physical fitness is crucial for BRIMOB personnel, as they are often confronted with situations that demand agility, endurance, speed, and physical strength. This abstract presents the framework of the training model, which is based on a literature review of the specific physical requirements needed by BRIMOB personnel to carry out their duties. The research methodology involved surveys, interviews, and field observations to understand the needs and challenges faced by BRIMOB personnel in real-life situations. The training model focuses on key aspects such as physical endurance training, speed and agility exercises, and the development of physical strength. Additionally, specialized exercises relevant to BRIMOB's operational tasks are also integrated into the model. The research findings show that the implementation of this training model significantly improves the physical fitness of BRIMOB personnel, resulting in enhanced performance in carrying out tactical tasks. Moreover, the study identifies several key factors that influence the effectiveness of training, including personnel motivation, organizational support, and the use of technology in training. This research contributes significantly to the development of a better and more effective training model for Indonesian National Police Mobile Brigade (BRIMOB) personnel and can be adapted for use in other law enforcement and security units. It is expected that this training model will serve as a guide for decision-making in designing comprehensive and sustainable physical training programs to enhance the readiness and performance of BRIMOB personnel in facing future task challenges.


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