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    Time to make them run marathon la...

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    wow
    as lcw can win 2 ss in a row
    he must be good in stamina
    how come he also can injured ah
    lol

    lyd also always win xd and md in same tournament
    how come he also can injured
    post 714 only apply on mas ms?
    creative!
    Last edited by limsy; 12-20-2010 at 04:36 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Players who are injuries prone are those having poor fitness level, low in their stamina.........

    Under tired condition, when their minds wanted to go for a shot, their body cant cope up with, their musles cant provide enough support......injury will occur ! Very simple !
    in another words you could mean if one train stamina very very well one could be more or less injury free?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    in another words you could mean if one train stamina very very well one could be more or less injury free?
    Of course not injury free, but if the player has great fitness level, he/she tend to be more focus and not tired easily and less prone to injuries !

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    wow
    as lcw can win 2 ss in a row
    he must be good in stamina
    how come he also can injured ah
    lol

    lyd also always win xd and md in same tournament
    how come he also can injured
    post 714 only apply on mas ms?
    creative!
    Please dont jump into conclusion so fast ! Its not creative its fact !

    I was replying on those injury prone players like some of the back ups......
    How often we heard of LYD having injury since his apperance in international tournies......he only got injured recently after playing too many tournaments and tried to wins MD and XD.........thats why he skip the XD recently.....to me, LYD is not a injury prone player........because he has great fitness level and high stamina level too.

    The same goes to LCW, yes he claimed he has injuries off and on, does he really has to stop playing in tournaments for a long time? no, because its just some minor injuries, and thats normal for a sportmen. I also dont think LCW is a injury prone players because he has good fitness level and tip top stamina to keep him going in a match.

    Injury to a sportmen is normal, but someone who are prone to injuries has something to do with their body condition !
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Of course not injury free, but if the player has great fitness level, he/she tend to be more focus and not tired easily and less prone to injuries !
    then bam should look for ironman or ironwoman for baddy training

    those that can run marathon swim the ocean and cycle the mountains should be the right candidates?

    simply because they are the fittest!

    they will have less injury and thus pay more attention to training thus more more chances of becoming the next lcw?

    its not that simple, jason

    focus in training has little to do with fitness

    and injuries are caused by mainly, overuse of your body

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    then bam should look for ironman or ironwoman for baddy training

    those that can run marathon swim the ocean and cycle the mountains should be the right candidates?

    simply because they are the fittest!

    they will have less injury and thus pay more attention to training thus more more chances of becoming the next lcw?

    its not that simple, jason

    focus in training has little to do with fitness

    and injuries are caused by mainly, overuse of your body
    Its OK, that only my oppinion.....you dont have to totally agree with it, I respect your view. Case close.

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    erm
    how to define injury prone?
    injury prone=miss in action for many tournament?
    even if they(ms) are not injured,they wont get to attend sufficient tournament also

    aren't wmc famous for her fitness and stamina?
    then why she was injury prone?
    same goes to julia wong
    why?
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    It could also be the way they train, last time I read abt players getting injured during training, then cannot go tournaments. Then the NSI expert said need to train in a way so wouldnt get injured easily. Now less such cases. The posture or the way they reach for the shots, not pushing too hard during training or sthing like that. Like WMC

    We hear less of KKK/TBH getting injured the way LCW does, also less then CTF/LWW(I mean in their younger days), I remember LWW went for 2 knee surgeries.

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    if current training poses injuries to players, there should be adjustment.

    btw, there should be a periodically test, recovery and adjustment of training program.

    every players are different in terms of their physical and mental strength

    so if they all go in the same boat for the same hard ride,

    some might not make it while some do

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    Tuesday December 21, 2010

    The Star
    Coaches: Give back-up players time to develop



    IPOH: Patience is a virtue.
    And both the national back-up coaches, Hendrawan and Tan Kim Her, are showing this quality in their efforts to produce badminton stars for Malaysia in the men’s singles and doubles respectively.
    They are confident that with little more time, the juniors under their charge would become reliable players.
    Hendrawan, who was put in charge of 14 players just two months ago, hopes that he would be given some breathing space.
    “We cannot turn these players into stars overnight. Let’s be fair to them too,” said the Indonesian.
    “They will have to work on getting their game right first. Then, they will be sent out for competitions. All these take time.”
    At the just concluded Perak Open, two of his players, Kuan Kam Chung and Mohd Arif Abdul Latif, showed improvement. Kam Chung defeated an ill Chan Kwong Beng in the second round while Arif, who lost to Lee Chong Wei in the semi-finals, showed better fitness in his game.
    “These are small progresses. Yes, Kam Chung won but he is not ready for the big stage yet,” said Hendrawan.
    “We should not make the mistake of heaping praises on them for one or two good results. There is a long road to success ahead of them.”
    Kim Her wants another year to establish his players. He has four pairs under his charge – Mak Hee Chun-Tan Wee Kiong, Chan Peng Soon-Lim Khim Wah, Goh Wei Shem-Teo Kok Siang and Ow Yao Han-Chooi Kah Ming.
    “Some of them showed sudden rise in their game and this has put undue pressure on them. They are still young and I want them to take their time,” said Kim Her.
    ”We have the talent but there is still a lot of room for improvement. I plan to send them to compete in more GP Gold events next year. Let’s build them step by step.”

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    keep finger cross

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    erm
    how to define injury prone?
    injury prone=miss in action for many tournament?
    even if they(ms) are not injured,they wont get to attend sufficient tournament also

    aren't wmc famous for her fitness and stamina?
    then why she was injury prone?
    same goes to julia wong
    why?
    As far as i know, WMC has only one old injury that bothered her thus far and lately she has recovered quite well and played well also...........same goes to Julia, but still in recovery process !

    Players like TCS and others seldom play in tournament, but once played.....got injury and has to stop playing for few months ! Thats prone to injury !!

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    hmm
    in 2010,
    internationally
    wmc played 8 open and 16 matches
    tcs played 7 open and 18 matches

    local
    wmc play 0 tournament and 0 match
    tcs played 1 tournament and 3 matches
    eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    It could also be the way they train, last time I read abt players getting injured during training, then cannot go tournaments. Then the NSI expert said need to train in a way so wouldnt get injured easily. Now less such cases. The posture or the way they reach for the shots, not pushing too hard during training or sthing like that. Like WMC

    We hear less of KKK/TBH getting injured the way LCW does, also less then CTF/LWW(I mean in their younger days), I remember LWW went for 2 knee surgeries.
    If it's the problem with the training, then it should be something wrong with the coaches and their plan..
    Look at chinese national team training, military style training, men or women, its the same. But i seldom see them get injured? Just noticed some tapes in their body especially the back.. Just like lin dan.. u could imagine how TOUGH their training is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    If it's the problem with the training, then it should be something wrong with the coaches and their plan..
    Look at chinese national team training, military style training, men or women, its the same. But i seldom see them get injured? Just noticed some tapes in their body especially the back.. Just like lin dan.. u could imagine how TOUGH their training is.
    Bao Chunlai - Recurring knee injury. Chen Jin - Back. Maybe because they train so hard their injuries will never fully heal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Bao Chunlai - Recurring knee injury. Chen Jin - Back. Maybe because they train so hard their injuries will never fully heal.
    But still they achieve RESULTS in international tournament. At least they are not 1st, 2nd or rather qualifying round casualties.

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