Review of Badminton Match-day Preparations and Recovery Management: current practice and recommendations

Bird, Stephen (2017) Review of Badminton Match-day Preparations and Recovery Management: current practice and recommendations. Report. Program Indonesia Emas (PRIMA), Cairns, QLD, Australia.

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This Badminton Summary Report - Match-day preparations and recovery management: Current practice and recommendations outlines the work outputs and progress of performance strategies observed by Associate Professor Stephen Bird during the BCA Indonesian Open June 12-18, 2017. The Indonesian Men’s / Women’s Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles and Junior Programs are housed at PBSI in Cipiyung, Jakarta. The program is overseen by newly appointed Coaching Director Susy Susanti (1992 Olympic Games Olympic Gold Medallist). There are approximately 70 Athletes at PBSI and they are all well facilitated with Coaching Staff, massage, strength/conditioning, accommodation, nutrition and medical. PBSI are to be commended as this facility represents a High Performance centre. Elite high performance programs require the combination of athlete services in order to maximise athlete performance, these includestechnical coaches, assistant coaches, strength and conditioning, medical / physiotherapy, nutrition/hydration, mental/psychological as well as sport science for recovery management and fatigue monitoring. Like pieces of a puzzle, performance potential is maximal when all of these areas are working together in harmony. This summary report outlines current practices and provides key recommendations aimed at maximising Indonesia’s success at the SEA Games 2017. The work of the dedicated coaches and trainers at PBSI is acknowledged, it is not the intention of this report to detract from their tremendous efforts but to merely highlight key areas of improvement to assist our goals for elite performance as we move towards the SEA Games 2017. The Summary Report and Recommendations is hereby submitted by Associate Professor Stephen Bird, Senior Adviser, Program Indonesia Emas (PRIMA) on 19 June, 2017.

Item ID: 50768
Item Type: Report (Report)
Date Deposited: 23 Nov 2017 00:47
FoR Codes: 11 MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES > 1106 Human Movement and Sports Science > 110699 Human Movement and Sports Science not elsewhere classified @ 100%
SEO Codes: 97 EXPANDING KNOWLEDGE > 970111 Expanding Knowledge in the Medical and Health Sciences @ 100%
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