Badminton boundary (in badminton, do you have to cross the line to catch the ball)
There are many benefits, it can mobilize the whole body movement, but playing badminton for a long time may also bring about the disadvantages of muscle and joint damage. Everyone should pay attention to the skills of playing badminton, do a good job of warming up, control the playing time and so on. Some badminton beginners don’t know much about the rules of playing badminton. This article also introduces the rules of the badminton game, including the rules of serving, badminton singles, doubles, courts, and boundaries. Let’s learn about badminton with Xiaobian Meigu!
Pros and cons of playing badminton
Benefits of badminton
Playing badminton can be said to be a This whole-body exercise can relax muscles and activate collaterals, promote blood circulation, sweat and detoxify, make limbs flexible, strengthen brain and improve eyesight, and can also lose weight.
Disadvantages of playing badminton for a long time
There may be shoulder strain, elbow pain, knee strain, etc.
How to relieve arm soreness in badminton?
After this happens, it is necessary to properly limit the flexion and extension of the arm and the stress activities within a week. You can apply hot compresses to the arms, or apply medicines for promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis and external application. If necessary, acupuncture and physical therapy can be applied to promote the recovery of sore arms.
Rules of badminton competition
Standard size of badminton rack
The badminton net is 6.10 meters long, 76 cm wide, and the mesh size is between 15-20 mm. The upper edge of the net will be sewed with 75 wide double-layer white cloth (folded in half). The net posts are 1.55 meters high from the ground of the court. The middle edge of the net must be 1.524 meters above the ground and the ends of the net must be 1.55 meters high.
Badminton Court Rules
40 mm wide line drawing rectangular court. The standard size of a badminton court is 13.40 meters long, 5.18 meters for singles and 6.10 meters for doubles.
Badminton Boundary Rules
Singles are bounded by the outer line at the bottom and the inner line on both sides. Doubles border, the bottom is bounded by the outer line, and the two sides are bounded by the outer line. When serving, singles and doubles must serve from the service area. When the point falls on the boundary, one-third of the ball heads are out of bounds on a straight line and two-thirds are out of bounds on a straight line.
Rules of Badminton Serving
Serving can be divided into forehand serving and backhand serving. Generally speaking, front serve, fastball and high ball can be served with forehand or backhand, while high ball should be served with forehand. The serving rules of badminton are different from those of doubles. Singles generally stand about 1m away from the front serving line, doubles basically stand at the corner of the center line and the front serving line, and mixed doubles male players generally serve behind the female players.
Rules of badminton singles
Each game adopts a best-of-three game system, and the player who scores 21 points first wins the game. If the score is 20-20, the winning player needs to beat the opponent by 2 points to win. If the score is 29-29, the player who scores 30 points first wins, and the winner of one set takes the lead in the next setserve. During the game, one player scores 11 points, and both players take a 1-minute rest. Between games, the players take a break.
Rules of Badminton Doubles
At the beginning of a match and in each match, the side that has the right to serve shall serve from the service area of Youyou.com. Only the receiver can receive the service; the server scores a point if his partner catches or is touched by the ball. After the serve is returned, anyone on the server hits the ball, then anyone on the receiver hits the ball, and so on until the ball fails. After the serve is returned, the players may hit the ball from anywhere on either side of their respective nets. If the receiving side fouls or the ball hits the ground of the receiving side’s field and becomes dead, the serving side gets one point and the original player continues to serve. Every player who serves first at the beginning of the game must serve or receive from the correct service area when his own score is 0 or even. When the score is odd, you should serve or receive from the left service court.
Correct posture and movement of badminton.
Badminton grip posture
Badminton grip posture includes forehand grip, backhand grip, hammer grip, forehand grip, high-distance backhand grip and high ball Hold the racket and so on. In the non-hitting state, McGu’s editor reminds everyone that the badminton racket should not be held tight, and in the hitting state, the fingers should hold the racket tightly.
Badminton batting posture
Swing long and shake short: When hitting the ball, especially when hitting the long ball and smashing the ball, the shoulders and arms should be fully released, and the ball should be guaranteed with strength. The move can confuse the opponent. At the last moment of hitting the ball, the change of the line and the control of the landing point all depend on the shaking of the wrist.
High-pressure lift: When playing the backcourt, the wrist should feel the pressure in front of the wrist, otherwise the ball will be slow and the landing point will be close, and it will be easy to be attacked. When defending, raise your arms fully and quickly to avoid being passively beaten.
Far and near rubbing: the backcourt ball must be in place first, and the arm drives the wrist, with a large range and great strength. The ball in the front court is small, the forearm is stretched stably, the wrist and fingers rotate, the range is small, and the force is skillful.
Skills and methods of playing badminton
Rubbing the ball: use the racket to rub the lower left or right side of the ball against the bottom of the ball holder to make the ball spin and roll across the net to the right or left.
Sweeping the ball: Sweeping the ball on the left and right sides of the body, below the shoulders, and above the waist. Smashing the ball: It is to press the ball shot by the opponent diagonally on the point of impact, as high as possible. This kind of ball has great power, straight arc, fast landing, and great threat to the opponent. This is the main offensive technique.
Push the ball: It is to push the opponent’s dropped tennis ball to the two corners of the opponent’s backcourt. The arc of the ball is low, flat and fast.
Picking the ball: It is a defensive technique adopted in a relatively passive situation.
Throwing the ball: When the opponent serves or returns the ball in front of the net, when the ball reaches the top of the net, it quickly hits the net and dives diagonally downward.
Hook ball: It is a technical action to hit the ball in front of your right (left) side net to the opponent’s left (right) side net.
Precautions for playing badminton
Playing time: Play badminton in the morning and exercise before meals to improve the efficiency of metabolism. Work out after your lunch break. In terms of exercise time, afternoon exercise is better than morning exercise. For office workers, you can also exercise half an hour after dinner and finish exercising two hours before going to bed. Usually we play for an hour every other day and take a break every fifteen minutes.
Warm-up activities: the amount and time should be well controlled, not moving or too intense. It is better to feel the heat and sweat slightly.
Wipe the sweat in time: especially in winter, it is better to put on clothes and pants immediately between playing ball to prevent cold air from penetrating into the joints and causing arthritis, and it can also prevent colds.
Diet after the game: The editor of Maimaiti reminds that after strenuous exercise, you should try to avoid eating cold food and drinks. You can drink some warm soy milk and yogurt to supplement the vitamins needed by the human body.