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Study of Physical Activity and Heart Rate in Korea National Badminton Players
Bong-Ju Sung2, Min-Ho Choi3, Eunsook Sung1
1Department of Sports Rehabilitation, Woosong University, Daejeon, Korea
2Korea Institute of Sport Science, Seoul, Korea
3Korea Badminton Association, Seoul, Korea
Correspondence  Eunsook Sung , Tel: +82426309844, Fax: +82426304611, Email: ses2552@hanmail.net
Received: July 24, 2016;  Accepted: October 15, 2016.  Published online: October 15, 2016.
ABSTRACT
PURPOSE:
The aim of this study was to evaluate each set to elite badminton players in match playing time, moving distance, energy consumption, average heart rate(HRavg) and maximum heart rate(HRmax) during 3 sets in male (n=16) and female(n=16) national badminton players.
METHODS:
Subjects are divided into two groups. High ranking players and middle ranking players 3(2min rest time between sets) sets of the match were repeated on same day, this time to conduct playing time, moving distance, energy consumption, HRavg and HRmax(%) were observed during badminton match each set. Playing time, moving distance, HRavg and HRmax(%) were measured by stopwatch, passometer and polar watch. A repeated measure ANOVA was used to evaluate differences between sets.
RESULTS:
As a result, male’s and women’s player have significantly higher difference in moving distance per minute, on energy consumption, HRavg and HRmax(%) in high ranking players than middle ranking players. Especially, we found that the data of moving distance per minute, on energy consumption, HRavg and HRmax(%) by male and women in high ranking players were the highest in third set. In conclusion, there seemed to be a trend toward an increased playing intensity (i.e., moving distance, playing time, energy consumption, HRavg, HRmax) from high ranking players than middle ranking players in both gender.
CONCLUSIONS:
We conclude that high ranking players performed the game at a higher intensity than middle ranking players. High ranking players need to have high active performance and fatigue recovery.
Key words: Badminton; Energy Consumption; Heart Rate; Moving Distance; Physical Activity
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