The Relationship between Indicators of Competitive and Trait Anxiety with the Rate of Injury in Elite Badminton Players
Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9 (4 صفحه - از 115 تا 118)
"c om ISSN (Online): 2322 – 4479 The Relationship between Indicators of Competitive and Trait Anxiety with the Rate of Injury in Elite Badminton Players 1Hasan Alikhani∗,1Zohreh Kamyab, 2Mohammad Alikhani, 3Asieh Mirza Aghajani 1- Department of Physical Education an Sport science, Lahijan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Lahijan, Iran. Since nearby points badminton players and need to move fast reaction time to respond to the penalty shootout can causes increase anxiety, It seems this psychological factor are related with rate of athletes injuries (2). So, the purpose of this study is determine of the relationship between competitive and trait anxiety with the rate of injury in elite badminton players. RESULTS It is observed significant relationship between the rate of injuries with trait anxiety and cognitive subscales of competitive state anxiety. رجوع شود به تصویر صفحه significant relationship between the rate of injuries with trait anxiety and cognitive subscales of competitive state anxiety."
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Since badminton is a kind of sport that needs significant and effective decisions and the speed of decisions reflects in better or worse performance, it is obvious that it increases stress. According to the theory of muscle tension, increasing stress causes muscle tension, so it is possible to increase injuries measurement (3). On the other hand, stadiums with high degrees of stress provide stressful situations and trauma which can cause injuries (4).
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