1. How To Be A Good Badminton Player
Present by : AHMAD FIRDAUS
MODULE : FG101 CRITICAL THINKING
LECTURER : MS DOROTHY MACKANZIE
DATE : JULY
2. Team members
Syamil - The Trainer
Azizzul - The Dietitian
Ahmad - The Coach
3. Contents - Elements Needed
2. Value of Sportsmanship.
3. Enough Nutrients.
4. Physical Training.
What is badminton?
Racquet sport played by either two opposing players (singles) or two opposing pairs (doubles), who take
positions on opposite halves of a rectangular court divided by a net.
Datuk Lee Chong Wei
• Full Name :
• D.O.B :
• Current World Ranking :
• Greatest Achievement :
Datuk Lee Chong Wei
21 October 1982 (age 31)
- Silver Medalist for Olympic
Games twice. (2008 and
- Won the Olympian of The
Year twice. (2008 and
- 3 times All England
Fair play, respect for opponents, and polite behavior by someone who is competing in a sport or other
Show respect to others at all times.
Know, understand, and appreciate the rules of the contest.
Maintain self-control at all times.
Recognize and appreciate skill in performance, regardless of affiliation.
1.1 Show respect to others all the time.
The opponents should be treated as guests.
Respecting the officials such as the referees and the organizers.
Respect the coach and teammates.
1.2 Know, understand, and appreciate the rules of the contest.
Study the rules needed for some certain contest or game.
Follow all the rules set for the contest.
Following the rules = appreciating the rules.
1.3 Maintain self-control at all times.
Learn to manage emotion healthily.
Know how to control the anger during playing sports.
Be confident but not over confident.
1.4 Recognize and appreciate skill in performance, regardless of affiliation.
The ability to recognize quality in performance.
Show demonstration of generosity.
Willingness to acknowledge it.
15. Enough Nutrients – Nutrition Plan
Carbohydrate is important because it provides energy to the athlete.
16. Enough Nutrients – Nutrition Plan
Is used to build and repair body tissues.
17. Enough Nutrients – Nutrition Plan
Fat provides body fuel.
18. Enough Nutrients – Nutrition Plan
Water is used to keep the athlete hydrated.
19. Enough Nutrients – Nutrition Plan
VITAMIN & MINERAL
Maintain energy balance.
20. Enough Nutrients – Meal Plan
They need plenty of carbohydrates and protein for breakfast after a good night's sleep.
21. Enough Nutrients – Meal Plan
They need to eat a low-calorie meal for lunch that consists of fruits and vegetables.
22. Enough Nutrients – Meal Plan
Their final meal of the day should be well-balanced and rich in protein, fiber, healthy fats, vitamins and
23. Enough Nutrients – Calories Requirement
Most of athletes consumed 5,000 – 10,000 calorie per day.
Unlike the rest of normal people (Consume 2,500 – 3,000 calorie per day).
This is because, athletes used more energy than most of people do.
24. Training Needed - Physical Training
Retrieving the shuttle.
Ball throw involving the partner.
25. Training Needed - Physical Training
26. Training Needed - Physical Training
Improve sprint ability and enhance
Hope Over Squat
27. Training Needed - Physical Training
Retrieving The Shuttle
Assess reaction speed.
Ball Throw Involving Partner.
Stand in the baseline and request partner
to throw the shuttle.
Turn toward the court and try to meet the
shuttle with your racket.
28. Training Needed - Physical Training
Run to any part as instructed by the coach or
Improve reaction time.
Use weight to train to increase body muscles power.
Dumb bells or Bar bells. http://www.maloneyperformance.com/Bl
29. Training Needed - Physical Training
Physical Training Schedule
Involve stretching and warm up before training session.
Stretching and cooling down after training session.
30. Training Needed - Physical Training
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6
Movement prep Movement Prep Movement Prep Movement Prep Movement Prep Movement Prep
Plyometric Ball Throw Aerobic Weight Training Plyometric Aerobic
Retrieving Shuttle Directional Retrieving Shuttle Rest Directional Ball Throw
Rest Rest Rest Directional Retrieving Shuttle Rest
Directional Injury Prevention Regeneration Injury Prevention Rest Weight Training
Injury prevention Regeneration Psychological
Regeneration Short Match Injury Prevention
Short match Regeneration Regeneration
• Badminton Information (2012). Badminton Training Program. Retrieved July 14, 2014 from
• The Need for Good Sportsmanship. Retrieved May 2012 from
• BWF World Ranking. Retrieved July 2014 from