Publications des chercheurs
A multiple repeated sprint ability test with four changes of direction for badminton players (part 2): predicting skill level with anthropometry, strength, shuttlecock and displacement velocity.. Journal of strength and conditioning research, 34, (1)(2020).
Physiological, neuromuscular and perceived exertion responses in badminton games. International Journal of Racket Sports Science, 1, (1)(2019).
Multiple Repeated Sprint Ability Test for Badminton Players Involving Four Changes of Direction: Validity and Reliability (Part 1). The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 32, (2)(2018).
Changes in the game characteristics of a badminton match: a longitudinal study through the olympic game finals analysis in men’s singles. Journal of sports science & medicine, 14, (3)(2015).
How to use the elasticity of a badminton racket to increase its speed by 80%?. Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering, p. 2028–2029.Taylor & Francis,(2015)
Shuttlecock velocity during a smash stroke in badminton evolves linearly with skill level. Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering, p. 140–141.Taylor & Francis,(2014)