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Ultrasonographic investigation of the Achilles tendon in elite badminton players using colour Doppler

Category: Medicine and Sports Injuries
Author: Boesen, M, et al.
Year: 2006
Language: English
Region: Pan America
Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16870820
Excerpt: BACKGROUND: The most frequent injuries in badminton players are in the lower extremities, especially in the Achilles tendon. METHODS: Seventy-two elite badminton players were interviewed regarding Achilles tendon pain (achillodynia) in the preceding 3 years. Color Doppler was used to examine the tendons of 64 players before their matches and 46 players after their matches. Intratendinous color Doppler flow was graded from 0 to 4. The Achilles tendon was divided into dominant (eg, right side for right-handed players and vice versa) and nondominant side and classified as midtendon, preinsertiona

Understanding deceleration in sport

Category: Exercise Physiology
Author: Hewit, J., Cronin, J., Button, C. & Hume, P.
Year: 2011
Language: English
Region: Pan America
Source: https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/ba5c/43bb0910575ae4ab173271125271dee7ad58.pdf
Excerpt: Rapid deceleration is seen in a wide variety of sports when stopping or as a precursor to a change in direction. These rapid changes in velocity often occur over a minimal amount of distance or time and are often in response to external stimuli such as an opponent’s movement or boundary lines. Little attention has been given in the research literature to the kinematics and kinetics of running deceleration. This article aims to enhance the understanding of the mechanical characteristics associated with deceleration performance

Using dual Euler angles for the analysis of arm movement during the badminton smash

Category: Biomechanics
Author: Koon, K. T., et al.
Year: 2005
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF02844017
Excerpt: Camera techniques are typically used in the study of human movement. However, as the number of joints and markers involved in a study increases, data extraction and calculation become increasingly tedious and complicated. To overcome this challenge, we propose a method of study that simplifies data extraction and calculation by using an electrogoniometer and dual Euler angles. The contribution of the rotation of each arm segment to produce a racket head’s speed was identified in the context of a badminton smash. The contribution of each segment rotation was computed using dual velocity analy

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Validation of a field test for the non-invasive determination of badminton specific aerobic performance

Category: Exercise Physiology
Author: Wonisch, M., Hofmann, P., Schwaberger, G., Von Duvillard, S.P. & Klein, W.
Year: 2003
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12663351
Excerpt: AIM: To develop a badminton specific test to determine on court aerobic and anaerobic performance. METHOD: The test was evaluated by using a lactate steady state test. Seventeen male competitive badminton players (mean (SD) age 26 (8) years, weight 74 (10) kg, height 179 (7) cm) performed an incremental field test on the badminton court to assess the heart rate turn point (HRTP) and the individual physical working capacity (PWC(i)) at 90% of measured maximal heart rate (HR(max)). All subjects performed a 20 minute steady state test at a workload just below the PWC(i).

Validation of a notational analysis system in badminton

Category: Notional Analysis
Author: Blomqvist, M., Luhtanen, P. & Laakso, L.
Year: 1998
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/290930754_Validation_of_a_notational_analysis_system_in_badminton
Excerpt: The purpose of this study was to determine the validity of the badminton notational analysis system. Two junior players (15 years) played two full games of singles badminton. The match was video recorded and analysed afterwards by three trained observers who all coded the whole match twice using Sage™ Game Manager for Badminton software. The highest intra-observer agreement was found in the following shots: serve, lob and smash return (100%) and the lowest in the drop shot (84.5%). The highest inter-observer agreement was found in the lob and the smash (100%) and the lowest in the drop

Validation of a video-based game-understanding test procedure in badminton

Category: Notional Analysis
Author: Blomqvist, M.T., Luhtanen, P., Laakso, L. & Keskinen, E.
Year: 2000
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Minna_Blomqvist/publication/289757818_Validation_of_a_Video-Based_Game-Understanding_Test_Procedure_in_Badminton/links/5a6710e7a6fdcc72a589c72c/Validation-of-a-Video-Based-Game-Understanding-Test-Procedure-in-Badminton.pdf?origin=publication_list
Excerpt: The purpose of this study is to report on the development and validation of a game-understanding test procedure in badminton. A basic video-based test was constructed, and primary school children (ages 9–10 and 11–12 years, N = 120) served as participants. An advanced test was designed to detect differences between national level junior badminton players (11–14 years, n = 19) and primary and secondary school children (11–14 years, n = 45). The video-based tests consisted of 15 to 19 different sequences that were simulations of actual offensive and defensive game situations. In ev

Validity and reliability of comprehensive assessment instruments for handball and badminton games in physical education

Category: Skills and Training
Author: Salimin, N., Jani, J., Shahril, M. I. & Elumalai, G.
Year: 2015
Language: English
Region: Asia
Source: http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ass/article/view/53239
Excerpt: This study aimed to determine the validity and reliability of the Comprehensive Assessment instruments for handball and badminton games in physical education. This study conducted by six types of instruments in comprehensive assessment, that are handball cognitive assessment, handball psychomotor assessment, handball affective assessment, badminton cognitive assessment, badminton psychomotor assessment and badminton affective assessment. The measuring instruments of this study are built based on the level of Bloom’s taxonomy (1956) for cognitive domain, taxonomy Dave (1970), taxonomy for

Validity and reliability of field-based measures for assessing movement skill competency in lifelong physical activities: A systematic review

Category: Exercise Physiology
Author: Hulteen, R. M. et al.
Year: 2015
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26173900
Excerpt: OBJECTIVE: The primary aim of this systematic review is to report the methodological properties, validity, reliability, and test duration of field-based measures that assess movement skill competency in lifelong physical activities. A secondary aim was to clearly define those characteristics unique to lifelong physical activities.

Ventilation system validation for badminton court

Category: Engineering and Technology
Author: Parikh, N. K.
Year: 2012
Language: English
Region: Asia
Source: http://www.academia.edu/33460136/Ventilation_system_validation_for_badminton_court
Excerpt: It is believed that good facilities are fundamental to developing sporting opportunities for everyone, from the youngest beginner to the international class athlete. The buildings, whether large or small, can encourage civic pride and assist the process of revitalizing deprived neighborhoods.Facilities that are well designed, built to last and well maintained are a pleasure to use and give an ample return on the time and money invested in their construction and day to day use. The objective is to design a ventilation system for the Badminton court area using CFD technique. The ideal conditions

Videographical analysis of drop and cut shot in badminton

Category: Notional Analysis
Author: Hussain, I., Paul, Y. & Bari, M. A.
Year: 2011
Language: English
Region: Africa
Source: https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajpherd/article/view/73500
Excerpt: The badminton, in respect to shuttle velocity, is one of the fastest racket sports along with long tennis. The ability to respond quickly and effectively to a constant changing environment is a key factor to successful performance in addition to service plays a vital role in winning a point. Thus, the study was proposed to analyse cut and drop shot in badminton of six male university players. The data was collected during competition situation. The biomechanical variables and segmental angle and segment angular velocities of upper extremities were- shuttle velocity. The mean age, height and bo

Videographical analysis of short service in badminton

Category: Notional Analysis
Author: Hussain, I., Ahmed, S., Mohammad, A., Khan, A. & Arshad Bari, M.
Year: 2011
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEP/article/view/124
Excerpt: The purpose of this study is to analyze the kinematic variables (shuttle velocity and racket angle) and segmental variables. For the purpose of the study eight male intervarsity badminton players were selected as the subjects. The mean age, height and body weight of the subjects were reported as 18.8± 0.9 years, 174.8± 3.5 cm & 66.9 ± 4.5 kg respectively. Canon Legria HF S10 Camcorder operating at 60 Hz used to record the movement. The identified clips were analyzed with the help of Silicon Coach Pro7 motion analysis software. The result of study revealed that there is significant diffe

Visual but not motor processes predict simple visuomotor reaction time of badminton players

Category: Skills and Training
Author: Hülsdünker, T., Strüder, H. K. & Mierau, A.
Year: 2017
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29129160
Excerpt: The athlete’s brain exhibits significant functional adaptations that facilitate visuomotor reaction performance. However, it is currently unclear if the same neurophysiological processes that differentiate athletes from non-athletes also determine performance within a homogeneous group of athletes. This information can provide valuable help for athletes and coaches aiming to optimize existing training regimes. Therefore, this study aimed to identify the neurophysiological correlates of visuomotor reaction performance in a group of skilled athletes. In 36 skilled badminton athletes, elect

Visual motion processing subserves faster visuomotor reaction in badminton players

Category: Skills and Training
Author: Hülsdünker, T., Strü Der, H. K. & Mierau, A.
Year: 2017
Language: English
Region: Pan America
Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28072633
Excerpt: INTRODUCTION: Athletes participating in ball or racquet sports have to respond to visual stimuli under critical time pressure. Previous studies used visual contrast stimuli to determine visual perception and visuomotor reaction in athletes and nonathletes; however, ball and racquet sports are characterized by motion rather than contrast visual cues. Because visual contrast and motion signals are processed in different cortical regions, this study aimed to determine differences in perception and processing of visual motion between athletes and nonathletes. METHODS: Twenty-five skilled badminton

Visual tracking method of a quick and anomalously moving badminton shuttlecock

Category: Engineering and Technology
Author: Shishido, H., Kameda, Y., Ohta, Y. & Kitahara, I.
Year: 2017
Language: English
Region: Asia
Source: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318056391_Paper_Visual_Tracking_Method_of_a_Quick_and_Anomalously_Moving_Badminton_Shuttlecock
Excerpt: This paper introduces a method that uses multiple-view videos to estimate the 3D position of a badminton shuttle that moves quickly and anomalously. When an object moves quickly, it is observed with a motion blur effect. By utilizing the information provided by the shape of the motion blur region, we propose a visual tracking method for objects that have an erratic and drastically changing moving speed. When the speed increases tremendously, we propose another method, which applies the shape-from-silhouette technique, to estimate the 3D position of a moving shuttlecock using unsynchronized mul

Vitamin D intake and sun exposure among malaysian athletes in national sports institute, Bukit Jalil

Category: Nutrition
Author: Leong, L. W., Loh, S. P. & Azhanie, A. N.
Year: 2013
Language: English
Region: Asia
Source: http://psasir.upm.edu.my/29580/
Excerpt: Introduction: Vitamin D plays an important role in maintaining the physical health as well as the performance of athletes. This cross-sectional analytical study was conducted to determine vitamin D intake, sun exposure and skin types of both indoor and outdoor Malaysian athletes in the National Sports Institute, Bukit Jalil. Method: A total of 28 indoor (badminton, shooting, wushu and fencing) and 36 outdoor (athletics, football and hockey) athletes were recruited for this study. The dietary vitamin D intake was estimated using Vitamin D-specific Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ). The Sun Exp

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Wearable flex sensor system for multiple badminton player grip identification

Category: Engineering and Technology
Author: Jacob, A., Zakaria, W. N. W., Tomari, M. R. B. M., Sek, T. K. & Suberi, A. A. M.
Year: 2017
Language: English
Region: Pan America
Source: https://aip.scitation.org/doi/pdf/10.1063/1.5002054
Excerpt: This paper focuses on the development of a wearable sensor system to identify the different types of badminton grip that is used by a player during training. Badminton movements and strokes are fast and dynamic, where most of the involved movement are difficult to identify with the naked eye. Also, the usage of high processing optometric motion capture system is expensive and causes computational burden. Therefore, this paper suggests the development of a sensorized glove using flex sensor to measure a badminton player’s finger flexion angle. The proposed Hand Monitoring Module (HMM) is conn

Winning isn’t everything: How sports competition rules can make you want to lose

Category: Psychology
Author: Pauly, M.
Year: 2015
Language: English
Region: Europe
Source: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00283-014-9510-0
Excerpt: Commentators of the matches called the players’ behavior ‘‘a disgrace,’’ ‘‘infringing on the spirit of sports,’’ and ‘‘disastrous for badminton.’’ In two badminton matches of the 2012 London Olympics, eight players were disqualified from the female doubles competition for deliberately trying to lose their matches, by serving into the net on purpose or missing the birdie deliberately. The matches were accompanied by the booing of an angry crowd. The reason these players wanted to lose their games was to face an easier opponent in the next round of the competition: In t

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Years of training: a new risk factor in acute badminton injuries | [Das Trainingsalter–ein neuer Risikofaktor akuter Badmintonverletzungen.]

Category: Medicine and Sports Injuries
Author: Kluger, R., Stiegler, H. & Engel, A.
Year: 1999
Language: German
Region: Europe
Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10670061
Excerpt: The incidence of badminton injuries is low compared with other sports, but acute injuries are generally more severe. Little is known about the risk of competitive badminton players to get an acute badminton injury. The purpose of this study was to define for the first time “years of playing badminton on a competitive level” as a risk factor for acute badminton injuries. 179 badminton injuries of 102 Austrian competitive badminton players, some of them being elite players in the european championships, were retrospectively registered. The years 1993, 1994 and 1995 were covered by ou