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Factors Impacting a Badminton Performance

Learn how physical, mental, emotional, and social factors can impact your performance in badminton. Explore the various fitness, skills, tactics/composition, and social considerations that contribute to an overall performance.

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Factors Impacting a Badminton Performance

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  1. Higher National 6 PE Factors Impacting a Badminton Performance

  2. LI: • To know how the four factors can impact a badminton performance

  3. Physical There are lots of different physical factors that can impact your performance in badminton. These can be separated into 3 sub-categories: • Fitness • Skills • Tactics/Composition

  4. Fitness When studying this area you will realistically only focus on two or three features. Here are some examples of role related physical fitness requirements that are specific to Badminton: • Aerobic endurance (CRE) • Suppleness • Speed • Local muscular endurance • Strength • Power

  5. Fitness Here are some examples of role related skill related fitness requirements that are specific to Badminton: • Agility • Balance • Control/Core Stability • Reaction time/Anticipation • Coordination

  6. Skills A skilful Badminton player will display a diverse repertoire of skill. This repertoire will include evidence of the following: • Understanding of skill classification • Technical Qualities • Special Qualities • Quality of Performance • Good information processing • Kinaesthetic Awareness • Awareness of the 3 Stages of Learning

  7. Physical SkillsKnowledge checklist • Types of skills • The impact on performance of different types of skill and their effectiveness • How to collect information about these skills • Stages of learning • Qualities of effective performance • Approaches to develop skills • How to monitor performance development • Justification of future needs following performance development

  8. Tactics and Composition A model performer in Badminton must have tactical intelligence. This will involve consideration of some/all of the following: • Personal strengths and weaknesses • Opponents strengths and weaknesses • Decision making • Creativity • Tempo of play • Spatial awareness

  9. Mental Factors A Badminton player’s ability to cope mentally has a very important impact of their level of performance. The following features help to give them the edge over opponents: Concentration Level of Arousal (under/over) Motivation Decision making Problem solving Attention span Mental toughness Processing information Anticipation Cue recognition Focus of attention

  10. Emotional Factors A badminton player is vulnerable to certain emotions during a competitive performance: • Happiness/sadness • Anger • Fear • Trust • Surprise Good performers must learn to manage their emotions.

  11. Managing Emotions Definition: The ability to control feelings and deal with stress and aggression. It is important to manage your emotions so as to control your: • Intolerance and impatience with others • Concentration • Inability to relax • Anxiety • Bad temper/ Aggression/lack of emotional control As you can see, if you are unable to manage your emotions it can influence other factors/features of your performace. *Remember all four factors are inter-related. They contribute to your whole performance!*

  12. Social Factors Although you will mostly play badminton and analyse you performance individually, there are still some social factors to consider: Competing Working in isolation Taking responsibility for performance Etiquette Respect for yourself and others Codes of conduct/rules Extrinsic motivation Intrinsic motivation

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