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  • Badminton

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    Badminton Rules Service Below waist is point of contact or backhand is thirds rib’s height. Pair is right and Left is odd to determine position on score. Always start from right side in a new game. Area for service Single: Must fall on the first side line and last line or else the adversary gets the point. Double: first line of the rear and second line of the side Badminton Court (out of bounds) In single, the second line in the back and first side line are considered in. In double, both second line

  • The Game of Badminton

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    The Game of Badminton When you think of badminton, what do you think of? Do you see sweaty old women playing a game before their trip to the local bingo? Or maybe you imagine a weak little old man who has to stop playing because he got a bit excited and needs a sit down before his heart packs in? Well, I'm afraid you've got it all wrong! They're just myths! Throw them all away and grab hold of some facts! The truth about Badminton [IMAGE] It's an indoor game so the rain won't spoil

  • History of Badminton

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    History of Badminton Many Americans play baseball, basketball, soccer, or tennis. Many of them watch these sports on TV, and many buy tickets to their games and matches. But the average American has never even heard of competitive badminton, let alone gone to see a match. As a player myself, I can assure you that the common misconception that badminton is merely a backyard sport couldn’t be farther from the truth. Badminton began as a leisurely backyard sport and evolved to competitive sport

  • Analysing a Performance of Badminton

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    Analysing a Performance of Badminton OBSERVATION SKILL SUCCESSFUL TOTAL UNSUCCESSFUL TOTAL Short Serve //// 4 ////// 6 Long Serve //////// 8 // 2 Backhand ///// 5 ///// 5 Forehand ////// 6 //// 4 Clear /////// 7 /// 3 Smash ////// 6 //// 4 Drop Shot /// 3 /////// 7 Based on the observations of the player in the above table I have will give the person a tick in the correct

  • Components of Physical Fitness Which are Important for a Badminton

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    Components of Physical Fitness Which are Important for a Badminton Player Physical Fitness is important in any sport. It relates to the following areas: · Speed · Reaction time · Co-ordination · Balance · Power · Agility · Strength · Flexibility Speed Badminton at times can be a particularly fast sport and therefore speed is often important for a badminton player. Players often are able to work at high speed for short burst (e.g. when coming into the net to

  • The Importance of Sports

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    physical well-being. Everyone knows that exercise is a good way in maintaining a person health. Practice sport on a regular basis could keep us fit, thus prevent obesity which would lead to diseases like heart attack, diabetes and stroke. With regular badminton play, the main health benefit that we could earn is the reduction ... ... middle of paper ... ...omote an overall feeling of unity and social solidarity. Besides that, it provides sport lovers a great platform to exchange their ideas with one

  • A Fitness Training Program

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    A Fitness Training Program Plan: For this coursework I will be making a 6 week training programme for badminton. In this training program I will be doing many activities for warm up such as zig zagging around the sports hall and I will also do some stretches both for arm and leg muscles. And for my muscles cool down slowly after all that I will do some jogging and I will take some shots. Warm up; -Stretching: Stretches in the muscle of the arms will help to shoot better. You should

  • Health Assignment

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    endurance is crucial in badminton as the better cardiovascular endurance you have, the longer you can play at your best. Thus, if you have a higher cardiovascular endurance than your opponent, then you will be more likely to be successful as your opponent will become more tired and thus, make more frequent mistakes in hitting the ball and instantly reacting to the ball and due to this reason, you will basically have a higher opportunity to be successful in the game of badminton. - Muscular strength

  • Six Week Training Program

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    Six Week Training Program Planning The purpose of this training programme is to improve my muscular strength and speed for badminton. I do not suffer from any injuries or health problems so there will not be any problems with that. However If I do suffer from any injuries during the programme I will write them down and if they have caused me any problems and what I will do to change my programme in order for my injuries to heal quicker. I will need to take some safety aspects into

  • Analysis Of Badminton

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    Badminton is one of the most unique sports in the world, because it brings so many factors of skill sets such as speed, strength, durability, timing and many more (Clement, 2004). Thus, considering that badminton is the second most popular participatory sport in the world, just behind soccer, and is considered the fastest racket sport (Clement, 2004). Throughout this research task there will be people are going to want more ways to get stronger, faster and smarter at the sport. And so, in order to