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International Journal of Sports, Exercise and Physical Education

Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part C (2024)

The effect of special exercises on developing kinetic flexibility and backhand strike skill for badminton players under 19 years old

Author(s):

Baneen Ibrahem Rbeh and Dr. Mohammed Abdul-Nabi Mohammed

Abstract:

The game of badminton requires precision in the dimensions of the shuttlecock on the opponent's court and the ability to send the shuttlecock to the back court and overcome the slowness of the shuttlecock in the air due to its structural nature and due to the lightness of the shuttlecock and its extreme speed when struck. It requires a quick response, quick reactions, quick strength and high agility. Players must move very quickly, have flexibility, and make explosive movements to use the racket very efficiently.

Kinetic flexibility is one of the bio-kinetic abilities that represents an important and major component of the kinetic aspect. Flexibility has a great benefit that is combined with the rest of the kinetic abilities and is considered one of the pillars upon which the acquisition of kinetic performance and mastery of the basic skills in badminton are based. The main goal of the special exercises is to develop the kinetic flexibility aspect that contributes to mainly in carrying out the required kinetic duty, and here lies the importance of the research. The research problem was that it was noted that there is a weakness among the players when performing the backhand clearance, and that the shuttlecock does not reach the back corners of the court, which gives the opportunity to win by putting pressure on the opponent and removing him from the player’s center of control.

The skill of the backhand strike requires speed of performance and movement from one place to another in order to be executed well. Therefore, it is necessary for the player to have movement flexibility. The aim of the research is to prepare and identify the effect of special exercises in developing kinetic flexibility and the skill of the backhand strike for badminton players under 19 years of age. As for Conclusions: Special exercises have contributed positively to developing kinetic flexibility and the backhand strike skill for badminton players under 19 years of age. As for the recommendations, they should pay attention to developing the flexibility of the body’s joints because of its positive impact on the level of accuracy of the backhand skill in badminton.

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International Journal of Sports, Exercise and Physical Education
How to cite this article:
Baneen Ibrahem Rbeh and Dr. Mohammed Abdul-Nabi Mohammed. The effect of special exercises on developing kinetic flexibility and backhand strike skill for badminton players under 19 years old. Int. J. Sports Exercise Phys. Educ. 2024;6(1):147-151. DOI: 10.33545/26647281.2024.v6.i1c.89
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