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05-28-2012, 12:11 PM #494
rudy hartono style of play? cmon, u gotta be kidding. let me tell you one thing that differs from then and now. the greatest thing that differs is, racket. and this is a racket sport.
i am not sure if you have problems with your eyes. you seems to be so selective on what you read that you can comfortably read whatever u think u like, select the words you reading, and reply with whatever that comes out of your mind.
05-28-2012, 12:12 PM #495
ohya if DNA if EVERYTHING, players houldnt train, Coaches shouldnt be hired. they shouldnt be a national selection, people just get a DNA test and we done with it.
05-28-2012, 12:18 PM #496
to determine the future of babies in china.
Those fast twitched muscle group are taken care by the Chinese government,
their expenses from food to schooling are paid.
As they grow up, they are monitored for the specific sports most likely they can excel
and send for training.
One of them is gymnastic, a big income for china.
05-28-2012, 12:29 PM #497
05-28-2012, 01:02 PM #498
05-28-2012, 01:12 PM #499
05-28-2012, 02:00 PM #500
Well, scientific training approach is well, used since 1000 years ago, except that the modern approach is much more refine than the past. example is to send taller kids for basketball training. well by no chance they will be any garanteed succeess, but it is higher than putting shorter kids to a basketball team. modern approach will be much more complex, like in gym, checking the balancing of kids vis training and work out, selection and development, control diet, specific training, using scietific methods, check ups and such to determine growth at a young age. couple this with strict environment, trainings and coaching, can help kids to be successful. however success can never be certain. for example, 100 go through the training 80 are deem unsuccessful, 16 is deem good, and 4 of them are called lin dan, chen long and caiyun/fuhaifeng.
well since china got a lot of people, they can produce enough good players and several excelent players. this method is successful in the sense that their so called unsuccessful players do still have certain level of standard for their hardwork.
DNA is something, well even further. something built in to us, even before we are born, as it is develop at the formation of a zygote. huge portion of it is inheritance. so the previous guy who mentioned that DNA determine success, means that LD is champion by nature. he is born as a champion and he will be championnot because of hardwork and training, but rather born with it.
hard to believe huh?
tell you its impossible because scientist havent even finish cracking the genetic code.
05-28-2012, 07:55 PM #501
People running BAM are filled by semi professionals, they run the organization like a business and forgot that it is also a sports association. We need passionate and committed people like Tan Sri Elyas Omar to guide BAM. As i see it, BAM is very similar in PBSI, badly run and in dire need of injection of fresh blood of individuals to run the association. Only then can we see an improvement.
Thailand is stepping in the right direction with their up and coming individuals in WS. Phillipines is also stepping up and do not be surprise to see Phillipines challenging for honours in the not too distant future.
What we have currently in the national coaching set up is just not good enough. The players are too set in their play and becoming very predictable.
05-29-2012, 12:28 AM #502
05-29-2012, 12:41 AM #503
talk is cheap. No matter what, politician and their cronies win. All you have is just a bunch of frustrated wannabe fans.lets move on. Battle iost for the. Next 10 years.
05-29-2012, 12:59 AM #504
05-29-2012, 01:42 AM #505
Now, now, pls calm down. Despite the changing of the guards, both Malaysia and Indonesia are actually doing quite well, in fact much better than their dna is capable of placing them in their current rankings.
The real test is to slow down the downward spiral. There is no hope of going back to those glory days when boys and girls were the competition.
Dna is rubbish? Perhaps this will provide some food for thought http://www.charlesdarwinresearch.org...n_Behavior.pdf.
Here is another from the BBC, www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-17585201.
05-29-2012, 01:47 AM #506
05-29-2012, 02:30 AM #507
man.. We are entering a suprr niva zone. Just like airport checks.
05-29-2012, 02:33 AM #508
DNA does not acknowledge political boundaries. To claim that the requisite DNA for being a badminton champ is to be found only in the boundary of a space of land known to us as China is not just presumptive; it is downright idiotic. To claim that countries like MAS and INA who share much of their origins with people in neighbouring countries, just got lucky many years ago, is likewise, wishful thinking. I would like to say "stupid" but I actually respect taneepak's intelligence a lot. I just wish he'd put away some of his prejudices that have shown up in other threads as well, because his insights and knowledge are often very revealing and useful.
There is no single reason for the decline of badminton in INA and MAS; rather, it's a toxic combination of cultural change, the invasion of entertainment technology, a subtle shift in values, and the pressures of competition in daily life. These countries are dealing with economic and political changes as well, without the benefit of continuity that a political system like the one in China guarantees. The opportunities for interference, corruption, crony-ism, mis-management etc etc increase manifold when a developing country tries to fast-track any kind of growth. Sports associations are just one of hundreds of organisations that get affected.
To study the cumulative effect that all this and much more has on the badminton output of MAS and INA would take a full volume. But to claim that it all boils down to a superior strain of DNA that is the sole preserve of one country, opens up for me, a distinctively distasteful smell of supremacist-talk.
05-29-2012, 02:43 AM #509
The semi professionals quote was meant to be a sarcastic joke . We need individuals that are running the BA with no hidden motives (ok maybe not possible in Malaysia) and professional in their approach. Having day jobs as businessman, lawyer cannot guarantee full attention. As a comparison, look at Japan and Korea, it is properly run.
05-29-2012, 03:33 AM #510
I am afraid to say that both Malaysians and Indonesians still do not get the message. The changing of the guards is permanent. Stop dreaming of being number 1 again. It will not happen. Instead why not aim to be number 5 or number 6, which is within reach, provided there is commitment. To aim higher and then fall flat can be disastrous, from which both countries can ever recover.
You don't believe me? Then what better than to take the advice of the top so-called former badminton greats of both countries and give them the mandate to manage the affairs of both countries? There are a lot of smart alecs of former greats that have all of a sudden found the real problem for the countries' failure, and are proposing a change. So, what better than to hand over running of the national badminton organizations to them? Then we shall see!
I will bet with anyone most of them will start to desert one after another after a few false starts. Then the blame game starts all over again. A new breed of smart alecs with new solutions will then take over again and this is how it will go on.
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