Gerakan Olimpiade dan Pengaruhnya Terhadap Gaya Hidup Aktif Masyarakat Indonesia

  • Taupik Rochman Universitas Suryakancana
  • Adang Suherman Pascasarjana, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Amung Ma’mun Pascasarjana, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Bambang Abduljabar Pascasarjana, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Abstract

Olimpiade merupakan perhelatan olahraga terbesar karena diikuti oleh hampir seluruh negara yang ada di 5 benua di dunia yang tercermin dari 5 cincin yang saling berkait sebagai logonya. Sejak diadakan pada tahun 776 SM yang dikenal dengan olimpiade kuno hingga olimpiade modern pertama pada tahun 1896 di Athena, olimpiade tetap konsisten menggaungkan olympism sebagai filosofinya yaitu meningkatkan dan menggabungkan secara seimbang kualitas tubuh, kehendak dan pikiran manusia secara utuh. Olimpiade bukan hanya perkara adu gengsi prestasi keolahragaan tiap negara, tetapi mampu menjadi gerakan olimpiade bagi masyarakat dunia yaitu peningkatan gaya hidup aktif menjadi salah satu poin penting bagaimana olimpiade memberikan intervensi terhadap  masyarakat yang semakin dipengaruhi oleh pesatnya industrialisasi terutama bagi negara berkembang seperti Indonesia. Kebijakan pemerintah diharapkan menjadi kekuatan utama sebagai pilar untuk mengokohkan bangsa, terutama bagaimana menjadikan Indonesia sebagai negara yang akan beranjak dan berusaha mengikuti ritme dunia saat ini dengan tetap menjadikan gaya hidup aktif sebagai sumber kekuatan utama dalam mengimplementasikan semangat olimpiade. Karena faktanya tidak banyak atlet Indonesia yang mampu berbicara pada ajang olimpiade menjadi gambaran nyata rendahnya kesadaran masyarakat Indonesia terhadap gaya hidup aktif, karena atlet elit lahir dari partisipasi masyarakat terhadap olahraga. Bahkan selama 68 tahun digelarnya olimpiade, Indonesia hanya mampu mengantarkan sebanyak 331 atlet atau hanya setengah dari jumlah atlet yang dikirimkan oleh China dalam sekali ajang olimpiade yaitu sebanyak 596 pada tahun 2008. Meski begitu, secara perlahan tapi pasti kebijakan pemerintah terus berupaya selaras dengan semangat olimpiade yaitu meningkatkan gaya hidup aktif masyarakat agar kedepan semakin banyak terlahir atlet-atlet Indonesia yang mampu berlaga dalam olimpiade dan mengharumkan negara

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Published
2022-04-30
How to Cite
ROCHMAN, Taupik et al. Gerakan Olimpiade dan Pengaruhnya Terhadap Gaya Hidup Aktif Masyarakat Indonesia. Physical Activity Journal (PAJU), [S.l.], v. 3, n. 2, p. 191-202, apr. 2022. ISSN 2686-5807. Available at: <http://jos.unsoed.ac.id/index.php/paju/article/view/5660>. Date accessed: 30 nov. 2022. doi: https://doi.org/10.20884/1.paju.2022.3.2.5660.