Publications des chercheurs
Injuries in badminton: a review. Science & Sports,(2020).
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).
Radio-ulnar pronation vs forearm extension: which the best to reach the maximal badminton racket velocity?. Human. Sport. Medicine, 20 (2)(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%?. Dans 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. Dans Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering (p. 140–141). Taylor & Francis.(2014).