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Possible physiological and psychological reasons for the performers weaknesses in Badminton

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Possible physiological and psychological reasons the performers weaknesses There are 3 physiological reasons that could account for the performers weaknesses in badminton The performer doesn't display the characteristics of skill required to execute shots like a serve because it isn't consistent. However this is expected because he doesn't play enough on a regular basis to develop a more consistent swing. ...read more.

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The performer stood too far away from the net because when he recovered from a shot he didn't have enough time to get close to the net and be in the ready position. There are 3 psychological reasons which could account for the performers weaknesses in badminton. The performer has played lots of tennis in the past and has got a habit of not bending his wrist enough ...read more.

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He stood too close to the net because he thought it would be harder for people to produce drop shots and then if they tried to lob him then the performer would have time to get into position because the shuttlecock would be hit high and so take along time to reach the back of the court ...read more.

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