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Advanced Higher P.E. Project Report
Badminton

“Following an integrated programme of training which uses phases of training will allow me to ensure all areas of my performance are developed towards a major event.”

Scottish Qualifications Authority
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Advanced Higher: Physical Education: Badminton: Project Report

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CONTENTS


Rationale and Project Proposal - pages 3-6



Research - pages 7-9



Interpretation and Discussion - pages 10-11



Application to Personal Development - pages 12-14



Evaluation – pages 15-16



Appendix 1 - Match Analysis Sheets (Initial) - pages 17-18



Appendix 2 - Observation Checklists - pages 19-20



Appendix 3 - Coaches Criticisms - page 21



Appendix 4 - On-court Routines - page 22



Appendix 5 - Tests - pages 23-26



Appendix 6 - Training Leading up to Tournaments - page 27



Appendix 7 - Training Programme and Goals - pages 28-29



Appendix 8 - Pre/Post Training Tests Results - pages 30-31



Appendix 9 - Match Analysis Sheets (Final) - pages 32-33



Bibliography - page 34



Examiner Project Report Marking Sheet – page 35

Scottish Qualifications Authority
Exemplification
Advanced Higher: Physical Education: Badminton: Project Report

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Rationale
According to Alan Lakein (1996), “Failing to plan is planning to fail”. This key quote sums up the essence of a periodised training programme aimed at specific goals.
The importance of planning ahead is vital and is the main reason I have based my project on developing a detailed and monitored season plan.
In this course I intend to concentrate on my main event, singles, although I also play doubles. I have decided to base my investigation on singles as it has more intense training demands than those of doubles. It involves more work as you are alone on the court therefore it is harder both mentally and physically. To play singles at an international level, which is one of my goals, requires you to be strong both technically and tactically. As I

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