My Ssec Capstone Project BADMINTON TRAINING DATA COLLECTION TABLE OF CONTENT Contents TOC o

BADMINTON TRAINING DATA COLLECTION TABLE OF CONTENT Contents TOC o

BADMINTON TRAINING DATA COLLECTION

TABLE OF CONTENT
Contents
TOC o "1-3" h z u HYPERLINK l _Toc24193 Chapter 1 PAGEREF _Toc24193 4
HYPERLINK l _Toc10787 Introduction PAGEREF _Toc10787 4
HYPERLINK l _Toc31131 1.0 Introduction PAGEREF _Toc31131 4
HYPERLINK l _Toc30345 Chapter 1.1 Problem Statement PAGEREF _Toc30345 5
HYPERLINK l _Toc30316 1.1.1 There is too many athlete whereas there is only one coach. PAGEREF _Toc30316 5
HYPERLINK l _Toc10413 1.1.2 The athletes do not know the correct loading training PAGEREF _Toc10413 5
HYPERLINK l _Toc31325 1.1.3 The coach has difficulty in determining their training system PAGEREF _Toc31325 5
HYPERLINK l _Toc4453 Chapter 1.2 Research question PAGEREF _Toc4453 5
HYPERLINK l _Toc6068 1.2.1 How can we overcome the lack of coach PAGEREF _Toc6068 5
HYPERLINK l _Toc4994 1.2.2 How can the athletes know the correct way for loading training PAGEREF _Toc4994 6
HYPERLINK l _Toc24858 1.2.3 How can we determine the athlete’s training system PAGEREF _Toc24858 6
HYPERLINK l _Toc11703 Chapter 1.3 Project Scope PAGEREF _Toc11703 6
HYPERLINK l _Toc32351 Chapter 1.4 Research Objective PAGEREF _Toc32351 6
HYPERLINK l _Toc9436 Chapter 1.5 Chapter Summary PAGEREF _Toc9436 6
HYPERLINK l _Toc29750 Chapter 2 PAGEREF _Toc29750 7
HYPERLINK l _Toc22825 Literature Review PAGEREF _Toc22825 7
HYPERLINK l _Toc7936 2.0 Introduction PAGEREF _Toc7936 7
HYPERLINK l _Toc26199 Chapter 3 Methodology PAGEREF _Toc26199 8
HYPERLINK l _Toc8429 Chapter 3.1 Identify the problem (chapter 1) PAGEREF _Toc8429 8
HYPERLINK l _Toc28112 Chapter 3.2 Analyse (lit review) PAGEREF _Toc28112 8
HYPERLINK l _Toc17895 Chapter 3.3 Propose/Framework PAGEREF _Toc17895 8
HYPERLINK l _Toc9042 Chapter 3.4 Test ; evaluate PAGEREF _Toc9042 8
HYPERLINK l _Toc13358 Chapter 3.5 Conclusion PAGEREF _Toc13358 8
HYPERLINK l _Toc14256 References PAGEREF _Toc14256 9

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Chapter 1Introduction1.0 IntroductionBadminton is a famous sport that is very popular for all ages to play especially teenagers. Badminton has been around for a long time as it starts its origins at least 2000 years ago. Badminton is also known as a game of battledore and shuttlecock which were became famous in ancient Greece, China, and India. As of today, the popularity of badminton has increase in Malaysia, China, Indonesia, Korea and Denmark. Badminton was featured in Olympic as one of a popular sport to compete. There are also other events that feature big tournaments such as Thomas Cup, Uber Cup, World Championships, Sudirman Cup, World Juniors, Grand Prix Finals, and the World Cup. Some athletes compete in the competition to earn the prize money while trying to improve their skill by competing with other athletes. This sport is also played as a fun activity for exercising or as a hobby. The purpose of this game is to earn 21 points by making the shuttlecock drop on the side of the opposing team court. The athletes are required to make full use of their stroke skills and shots to earn point. The empire usually observes the game to give points based on whether the shuttle is in or outside the scoring area. The match is considered finish when one of the team reaches two out of three wins. The players are required to switch court every time a match end. In badminton, human motion, stroke skills, and footwork drills are important in determining the outcome of the match. There is a system that helps to improve the athlete condition and skills which is by coaching. The coach is able to direct the athletes by giving advice to them. The coach provides suitable training regimen for the athletes to improve their and overcome their weakness. One of the methods is by using training loading. Training loading is meant by having the athlete to do the training given till tired and rest for a few days and continue again.

1.1 Problem StatementEven though there exist a system to help improve the condition of the athletes, there are still several limitations on this system that can be seen throughout the process. The several limitations that is being discussed are:
1.1.1 There is too many athlete whereas there is only one coach.
Since badminton has become popular over time, many people are interested in badminton and try to become an athlete to compete in major competition. The increase in number of athlete causes a problem for the coach as there is a lack of number in coach to instruct them. This makes it hard for the coach to teach the athlete one-to-one for more detailed advice for them to know their mistake and to improve their problems.

-too many athlete, one coach (difficult to one-to-one)
1.1.2 The athletes do not know the correct loading trainingThe athletes may think that they are training correctly to increase their stamina or muscle, but in reality, they are doing it incorrectly without the proper advice from the coach. By doing it incorrectly, their muscle and stamina will remain the same without increasing even when they think that they are improving.

-do not know the loading
1.1.3 The coach has difficulty in determining their training systemDue to lack of coach and increasing number of athletes, the coach has difficulty to adjust the training system for each athlete. Each athlete may have different strength and weakness which is hard for the coach to adjust a suitable training for everyone to do. Different body physique and stamina is also a factor that needs to be considered when thinking of a training system.

-difficult in determining their training system
1.2 Research questionBased on the problem that have been observed from this project, we are able to research and come up with a solution for those problem.

1.2.1 How can we overcome the lack of coachThis system is developed to provide training on the stroke skills, shot skills, and footwork drills based on the analysis of the coach to overcome the lack of one-to-one between the coach and the athletes.

1.2.2 How can the athletes know the correct way for loading trainingThe athletes need advice from the coach to ensure that they are training properly. Loading training can be done by having them to know their current max loading. For example, in term of stamina, the athletes are required to run for as long as they can until they feel they cannot move, then they are given several days to rest. After resting, they are required to continue their training while increasing their limit.
1.2.3 How can we determine the athlete’s training systemBy measuring their heartbeat while doing the set exercise, we are able to determine the weakness of the athletes. The athletes heartbeat will increase when doing the exercise they are weak at while the heartbeats will maintain the same when they are doing the exercise they are good at.

1.3 Project ScopeThe Scope of this project is to develop a Badminton Training System to provide training to the athlete. Then analyse their data to come up with a suitable training regimen for the athlete to overcome their weakness. This system is also developed to reduce the workload of the coach and lack of one-to-one between the coach and the athlete.

1.4 Research ObjectiveA research objective is important to help us to achieve the outcome of this project. There are several objectives which can be observed:
To develop a system that can help to improve their stroke skill
to develop a system that can help to improve their footwork drill
to develop a system that can analyse the data of athlete to come up with a suitable training regimen.

1.5 Chapter SummaryIn this chapter, all the information such as problem statement, research objective, and research question are being research to ensure that the objective of this project can be achieved to develop the Badminton Training System.

Chapter 2
Literature Review2.0 IntroductionBadminton is a sport that requires the player to hit the shuttlecock using a racquet to the opponent side of the court to get point.

Chapter 3
Methodology3.0 Introduction
Chapter 3.1 Identify the problem (chapter 1)Chapter 3.2 Analyse (lit review)Chapter 3.3 Propose/FrameworkChapter 3.4 Test & evaluateChapter 3.5 Conclusion
References BIBLIOGRAPHY LeMouse, M. (n.d.). What Is Badminton? Retrieved from HealthGuidance for better Health: https://www.healthguidance.org/entry/13067/1/what-is-badminton.html
RulesOfSports. (2016). Badminton Rules. Retrieved from RulesOfSport: http://www.rulesofsport.com/sports/badminton.html

CITATION LeM l 17417 (LeMouse, n.d.)

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