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A skilled model of placing net-front balls by forehand for badminton players
|Keywords:||羽球; 正手; 放網前球 |
badminton ; forehand; place a net-front ball
|Issue Date:||2019-03-22 16:16:48 (UTC+8)|
The present research collected the discussion from references, and the opinions of professional coaches, proposed a skilled model of placing net-front balls by forehand for badminton players. Through digital photographic method, the exercised motions of selected testers were analyzed to examine the proposed skilled model. The assessment of experts was then added to testify its reliability, and followed by offering suggestions of modifying the movement. The investigation of the present work concludes that to place a high-quality net-front ball by forehand should possess good preparation motions, correct net front foot-work, and steady body motion. In addition, flexible wrist and a good angle of racket paddle would also helpful in hitting a good forehand drop shot in the net front. As for the part of examining the exercised motion of the tester, it was found that the position of the racket was held too low during preparation, and insufficient forward step resulted in finishing the last step by jumping. Secondly, the performance of the body of the testers seemed not stable enough, the upper body was too straight, caused a sinking body posture and surplus downward movement. Furthermore, the arm of the tester seemed too stiff at the instant of hitting a shot, i.e. not relax enough so that affected her ball controlling, that caused the ball flew too high while crossing over the net. Having assessed by the proposed skilled model, suggests of correction have been obtained as follows. First, the tester should uplift the racket a bit during preparation, and enlarge the final step in order to reach the position as soon as possible. Do not hit a shot while stopping. Secondly, upper body should lean forward to avoid the body posture sinking, which may cause additional burden of legs when doing defense return movement. Finally, the elbow should bend a little bit more while hitting a shot to gain a better control of the ball, and eventually would avoid the unstable crossing height of the ball over the net.
|Relation:||政大體育研究, 23, pp.93-107|
|Appears in Collections:||[NCCU Sports Series] Journal Articles|
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