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Research on the movement following a badminton stroke

배드민턴 스트로크 이후 대응 동작에 관한 연구

  • Song, Joo-Ho (Department of Sports Science, Korea Institute of Sports Science) ;
  • Kim, Kee-Hyun (Department of Sports Science, Korea Institute of Sports Science) ;
  • Park, Jong-Chul (Department of Sports Science, Korea Institute of Sports Science)
  • Received : 2014.07.05
  • Accepted : 2014.09.20
  • Published : 2014.09.28

Abstract

This research aimed to enhance the effects of training through the use of infrared cameras located at anterior and posterior positions. The results were as follows. In the case of the smash, the impact time needed to be adjusted to raise their impact point. The smash of S1, on the other hand, was a step smash, which showed the fastest racquet head speed and the greatest transmission of power upon impact. As the max racquet speed upon impact and during speed was similar, S1 showed the best impact time. All athletes except S6 were shown to use their right foot as their 1 step that was located in front upon landing, using a hop step as their first step. For the best swing upon stroke, it is important to make the best conditions possible for the use of elbow joints and wrist joints. The rotating radius of the racquet should be big and the shuttlecock should be fast. Balance is important in footwork, or the coordinated movement of the feet. Without a correct step it is difficult to execute an efficient stroke. In an actual game, steps need to be executed in 2 to 4 steps, and programs focusing on steps according to situation, agility and reaction need to be executed.

Keywords

Badminton;Movement;Stroke

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