Badminton science research is an area covering many aspects of science related to the badminton sport. These areas include exercise physiology, sport psychology, anatomy, biomechanics, biochemistry, and biokinetics.
Thankfully, a lot of scientific research related to badminton is publicly available. There is much to learn from this research. That’s why BadmintonSpeak.com would like to share some of the information with you.
One BWF-supported publication is dedicated to racket sports science. In the following, you will find links to some interesting and thought-provoking research studies related to badminton science.
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Table of Contents
- Badminton science research related to performance improvement
- Behavioral scientific research related to badminton
- Evidence supporting the relevance of growing badminton
- Badminton science research papers you should know
- Research papers on badminton coaching
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Badminton science research related to performance improvement
- Effect of balance training on footwork performance in badminton: An interventional study
- Improving Special Ability Performance of Badminton Players through a Visual Reaction Training System
- Supplementing regular training with short-duration sprint-agility training leads to a substantial increase in repeated sprint-agility performance with national-level badminton players
Performance improvement in badminton is an important area. The badminton science research linked above provides tangible solutions to different areas of badminton performance.
Behavioral scientific research related to badminton
Research related to behavioral science is interesting. Here are some of the
- The influence of expertise on anticipation of badminton single serves
- Superior Gaze Strategies of Elite Badminton Players and the Significance of Natural Research Conditions
- Psychobiosocial states in competitive badminton: Similarities and differences between juniors, adolescents and adults
- New links added regularly
Evidence supporting the relevance of growing badminton
There is a lot of anecdotal “evidence” on the benefits of playing badminton. These research papers provide unbiased evidence of the (many) benefits of badminton.
- Benefits of an intervention programme with racket sports in primary school students
- Play Badminton Forever: A Systematic Review of Health Benefits
- More research links coming soon
Badminton science research papers you should know
Here is a list of some of the most recent badminton science research papers.
- Axis Specific Player Load to Quantify Lower Limb Biomechanical Loading in Adolescent Badminton Players
- Physiological, neuromuscular, and perceived exertion responses in badminton games
- The science of badminton: game characteristics, anthropometry, physiology, visual fitness and biomechanics
- More coming soon
Research papers on badminton coaching
Coaching is both an art and a science. Check out these research papers related to the coaching of badminton and racket sports in general.