The practical uses of the book, for players and coaches alike, are enhanced by clearly explained exercises given throughout the book as well as instructions on how to integrate these exercises into a training programme. “Physical training for badminton” is essential reading for coaches on IBF level 1, 2 and 3 courses and for all […]
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Through the tracing test, paper investigation, documentation, invitation etc., some provincial badminton players’ physical qualities are studied. The result shows: overall level improvement of badminton is directly related to the promotion of players’ physical quality.
Strokes that are hit on the forehand side above the head are called overhead shots and include the forehand overhead defensive clear, attacking clear, drop shot (slow or fast), half smash and smash.
Reaction time is the time duration between applications of a visual stimulus to onset of response. The present study was conducted to measure simple visual reaction time in 51 Badminton players. Material Method: The Simple visual reaction time was measured by the direct RT computerized software in Badminton players. During the visual reaction time testing, […]
Integration of disabled and able-bodied sport activities in badminton: A case study of the Finnish Para-badminton
Sport for people with disabilities is still in early stages when compared to able-bodied sport. Paralympic sport is also relatively young field of study with a high potential for development. The purpose of this research is to find out how sport federations for disabled people could collaborate with the able-bodied federations, and how disabled athletes […]
In this paper, we mainly study on the relatively small moving target and its use in the badminton video, and we also study the relatively mining methods open space across the network sparring sport badminton video. Accurate extraction of a moving object based on the mining model is using to modified geometric features for the […]
The present study was conducted to measure the effects of different feedback methods on the learning of two badminton skills among students of physical education. The study was conducted on 20 male students from Govt. College of Physical Education, Ganderbal, Kashmir and their aged ranged between 18-21 years. They were divided into two equal groups. […]
The purpose of the study was to identify the dominant factors in assessing badminton playing ability from the selected anthropometrical, physical, physiological parameters and fundamental skills among badminton players.
Using literature data and experimental research,this study has conducted a survey on relationship between experience teaching and college students′ non-intelligence factor.It turns out that experience teaching can promote students′ non-intelligence factor to attract students′ interests,correct their value orientation and optimize their learning effect.