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Forces in a badminton lunge

Category: Biomechanics
Author: Lees, A. & Hurley, C.
Year: 1995
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=Y9UMtOVzR5cC&oi=fnd&pg=PA186&dq=Forces+in+a+badminton+lunge&ots=mZKXAis__E&sig=qoZ5ZZx0jB6qCpXSfgvaI9uqOGI
Excerpt: The purpose of this study were to measure the external ground reaction forces generated during a lunge movement in badminton and to estimate the internal muscle forces acting in the major muscles and muscle groups of the support leg.

From the laboratory to the courts: understanding and training anticipation and decision making

Category: Psychology
Author: Singer, R. N.
Year: 1998
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/e/9781135810061/chapters/10.4324%2F9780203474617-22
Excerpt: Great advancements have been made in recent years as to conditioning racket sport athletes, establishing guidelines for nutritional requirements, and facilitating the mastery of technical skills and tactics. However, in spite of the realisation of the importance of possessing exceptional anticipatory strategies and decision-making skills in situations with tight time constraints and uncertainty of opponent’s intentions, little practical information has been generated from science as to how to improve the ways one might prepare to function most effectively in these situations.

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Game performance and game understanding in badminton of Finnish primary school children

Category: Psychology
Author: Blomqvist, M., Luhtanen, P. & Laakso, L.
Year: 1998
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/e/9781135810061/chapters/10.4324%2F9780203474617-48
Excerpt: The relationship between cognition and motor skill is important in the development of skilled sport performance in young children. However, it has been shown that the development of cognitive skills progress at a faster rate than the development of motor skills (Thomas et al., 1988).

Game refinement theory and its application to score limit games

Category: Notional Analysis
Author: Nossal, N. & Iida, H.
Year: 2014
Language: English
Region: Pan America
Source: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7048120/
Excerpt: This paper presents an application of game refinement theory to score limited sport games badminton and table tennis, in order to observe the effect of recent rule changes on their sophistication. We apply the game refinement measure of information from world class tournaments. The results show game refinement values for badminton and table tennis. Although not considered in the present study, it can be seen that additional studies on a relationship between elapsed times and game refinement values for score limited games would be useful.

Game understanding and game performance in badminton

Category: Psychology
Author: Blomqvist, M.
Year: 2001
Language: Finnish
Region: Europe
Source: https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/13487
Excerpt: The primary purpose of the present study was first to develop two valid assessment instruments to evaluate game understanding and game performance in badminton, and second, to apply the developed instruments to different age and experience levels. The third purpose was to set up an intervention study in order to study the effects of two types of instruction on game understanding and game performance of physical education students. The participants in these studies were primary and secondary school children at different age levels (9, 12 and 14 years of age), junior badminton players (14 years

Game-analysis in badminton. A praxis report [ Spiel-Analysis im badminton: Ein bericht aus der praxis ]

Category: Psychology
Author: Marlovits, A. M.
Year: 2001
Language: German
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.bisp-surf.de/Record/PU200204001446
Excerpt: While researching for the headcoach of the German national youth team in badminton, the game of a young talent was analysed. The central goal of this sport-psychological analysis has been the question of her unexpected and recuring defeats in contest with supposedly weaker opponents. This game-analysis has been conducted according to gestalt-psychological concepts. The essay describes process, method and procedure of this game-analysis and offers an insight in important results of the analysis. Verf.-Referat

Gameplay decisions of university badminton students

Category: Psychology
Author: Everhart, B., Kernodle, M. Harshaw, C., et al.
Year: 1999
Language: English
Region: Pan America
Source: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/j.2162-6057.1999.tb01043.x
Excerpt: This study used a modified multiple baseline approach across groups to determine the effects of a creative problem‐solving intervention series on the game‐play decision making of university badminton students. All subjects were videotaped five times (once per week) in five‐minute game play sessions with the same partner each time. One group (experimental) underwent creative problem‐solving interventions on a weekly basis. Following the interventions and videotaping, each five‐minute segment was coded via computer for frequencies of occurring tactical decisions. Results suggest that

Gender difference in achievement motivation of intervarsity level badminton players

Category: Psychology
Author: Khan, Z., Haider, Z. & Ahmed, N.
Year: 2011
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: http://efsupit.ro/images/stories/Microsoft_Word_-_Art_40.pdf
Excerpt: The current study was carried out to investigate the effects of gender differences on achievement motivation of university badminton players. The study was based on interuniversity level players who participated in north zone interuniversity badminton tournament held at Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh India. Sports Achievement Motivation Test (SAMT) developed by M.L. Kamlesh was used to collect the data. t-test was applied to test the hypotheses.

Gender differences in game responses during badminton match play

Category: Exercise Physiology
Author: Fernandez-Fernandez, J., De La Aleja Tellez, J.G., Moya-Ramon, M., Cabello-Manrique, D., Mendez-Villanueva, A.
Year: 2013
Language: English
Region: Pan America
Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23238094
Excerpt: The aim of this study was to evaluate possible gender differences in match play activity pattern [rally duration, rest time between rallies, effective playing time, and strokes performed during a rally] and exercise intensity (heart rate [HR], blood lactate [La], and subjective ratings of perceived exertion [RPE]) during 9 simulated badminton matches in male (n = 8) and female (n = 8) elite junior (16.0 ± 1.4 years) players. 

Generic anthropometric and performance characteristics among elite adolescent boys in nine different sports

Category: Exercise Physiology
Author: Pion, J. et al.
Year: 2015
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/264939506_Generic_anthropometric_and_performance_characteristics_among_elite_adolescent_boys_in_nine_different_sports
Excerpt: The aim of the present study was to evaluate the Flemish Sports Compass (FSC), a non-sport-specific generic testing battery. It was hypothesised that a set of 22 tests would have sufficient discriminant power to allocate athletes to their own sport based on a unique combination of test scores.

Ground reaction forces and knee kinetics during single and repeated badminton lunges

Category: Biomechanics
Author: Lam, W.K. , Ding, R., Qu, Y.
Year: 2015
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27136305
Excerpt: Repeated movement (RM) lunge that frequently executed in badminton might be used for footwear evaluation. This study examined the influence of single movement (SM) and RM lunges on the ground reaction forces (GRFs) and knee kinetics during the braking phase of a badminton lunge step. Thirteen male university badminton players performed left-forward lunges in both SM and RM sessions. Force platform and motion capturing system were used to measure GRFs and knee kinetics variables. Paired t-test was performed to determine any significant differences between SM and RM lunges regarding mean and co

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Haptics : neuroscience, devices, modeling, and applications

Category: Notional Analysis
Author: Auvray, M. & Duriez, C
Year: 2014
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783662441954
Excerpt: The two-volume set LNCS 8618 and 8619 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Conference EuroHaptics 2014, held in Versailles, France, in June 2014. The 118 papers (36 oral presentations and 82 poster presentations) presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 183 submissions. Furthermore, 27 demos were exhibited, each of them resulting in a short paper included in the volumes. These proceedings reflect the multidisciplinary nature of EuroHaptics and cover topics such as human-computer interaction, human-robot interactions, neuroscience, perception and psychophys

Head shape design analysis of conceptual badminton racket

Category: Engineering and Technology
Author: Nasruddin, F. A. et al.
Year: 2016
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-21735-2_5
Excerpt: In this chapter, various racket head designs were evaluated to identify the parameter that influences the performance of the racket. Based on the analysis, performance of racket head design was affected by two main factors which are the area of string-bed and the deflection of sting. In-depth analysis on the relationship between string-bed surface area and deflection of string were discussed in greater details. Furthermore, this finding provides the understanding in development for greater head shape design in future.

Heart rate and blood lactate response in competitive badminton

Category: Exercise Physiology
Author: Ghosh, A. K., Mazumdar, P., Goswami, A, et al.
Year: 1990
Language: English
Region: Pan America
Source: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/297443679_Heart_rate_and_blood_lactate_response_in_competitive_badminton
Excerpt: Ten junior national level (13-14 years of age) female badminton players having 3-6 years of training were studied to investigate the demands of the game on heart rate and blood lactate during competition. The mean V̇(O2max) and the anaerobic threshold level were 48.3 ml/kg/min and 66.3% of the V̇(O2max). Game analysis revealed that heart rates were higher in the second and third games than in the first game, whereas no difference was found in blood lactate concentration. Anaerobic threshold, heart rate, and total duration of the game indicated an anaerobic-aerobic time domain ratio of 3:1.

Heart rate and blood lactate responses during execution of some specific strokes in badminton drills

Category: Exercise Physiology
Author: Ghosh, A. K.
Year: 2008
Language: English
Region: Asia
Source: http://kiss.kstudy.com/thesis/thesis-view.asp?key=2742869
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Heart rate variability after three badminton matches. Are there gender differences?

Category: Exercise Physiology
Author: Esquivel, A. G., Torres, B. D. L. C., Corrales, M. M., Salazar, M. A. G. & Orellana, J. N.
Year: 2011
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: http://archivosdemedicinadeldeporte.com/articulos/upload/Original_Heart_rate_257_144.pdf
Excerpt: Objectives: To analyze heart rate variability (HRV) at rest and after 3 consecutive badminton matches played in a short period of time (2 or 3 days) in order to assess the effect of accumulated tiredness and if there were differences between males and females under these conditions. Methods: We have studied 19 badminton players divided into two groups: 11 females (age 17,88±3,01 years) and 8 males (age 18,16±2,87 years). In four different championships we took initial records in a large number of players, but we selected for the study to those players who played at least 3 matches before of

High and low-skill target students’ academic achievement and instructional performance in a 6-week badminton unit

Category: Psychology
Author: Graham, K. C., Ellis, S. D., Williams, C. D., Kwak, E. C. & Werner, P. H.
Year: 1996
Language: English
Region: Pan America
Source: https://journals.humankinetics.com/doi/abs/10.1123/jtpe.15.4.477?journalCode=jtpe
Excerpt: For more information, please click on the Source link.

High school athletes’ perspectives on character development through sport participation

Category: Psychology
Author: Camiree, M. & Trudel.
Year: 2010
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17408980902877617
Excerpt: The purpose of this study is to document the perspectives of high school athletes on the development using Rudd’s framework of character development in sport participation in a Canadian context. Participants were recruited from a French-speaking high school of about 1000 students in the province of Quebec in Canada. Twenty student athletes (10 male, 10 female) from the four sports offered at this school (basketball, volleyball, soccer, and badminton) voluntarily agreed to take part in this study.

High speed video processing in sport: Exemplary speed measurement in badminton | [Hochgeschwindigkeits-videoverarbeitung im sport: Exemplarische geschwindigkeitsmessung im badminton]

Category: Notional Analysis
Author: Stamm, C.
Year: 2013
Language: German
Region: Europe
Source: http://www.xeraina.ch/publications/stamm_is13.pdf
Excerpt: In recent years, image and video processing find one’s way into sport and is now used for different purposes. From this year also football stadiums are equipped with high-speed cameras to accurately follow the ball near the goal. The images from different viewing angles allow a reconstruction of the exact position of the ball and can therefore be a helpful assistance system for the referee. Under certain conditions, a single camera is already sufficient to determine the depth and thus the spatial location of a known object. This approach is presented here in detail by means of the speed

High-intensity stepwise conditioning programme for improved exercise responses and agility performance of a badminton player with knee pain

Category: Medicine and Sports Injuries
Author: Chen, B., Mok, D., Lee, W. C. C. & Lam, W. K.
Year: 2015
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.physicaltherapyinsport.com/article/S1466-853X(14)00059-5/pdf
Excerpt: Objective: To examine the effect of a high-intensity stepwise conditioning programme combined with multiple recovery measures on physical fitness, agility, and knee pain symptoms of an injured player. Design: A single case study. Setting: University-based conditioning training laboratory. One 26-year-old male world-class badminton player (height, 190.0 cm; weight, 79.3 kg; left dominant hand; playing experience, 16 years; former world champion) with patellar tendinosis and calcification of his left knee. The player received seven conditioning sessions over three weeks. During the programme,