INTERSEGMENTAL COORDINATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN BEGINNING PERFORMERS EXECUTING A BADMINTON SMASH FOR ACCURACY OR VELOCITY
Keywords: Intersegmental Coordination, Badminton Smash
AbstractProper coordination is generally accepted as a very important process in skilful execution of many movement activities. It is also believed ballistic skills will exhibit a sequential intersegmental coordination pattern. Yet, what we know about how intersegmental coordination develops is relatively minimal. The purpose of this investigation was to examine a new skill (badminton smash) under two conditions (accuracy and velocity) to determine which condition would elicit the most theoretically correct intersegmental coordination pattern (Work in progress).
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