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The aim of this study was effect of mental and physical practice and its combination on badminton short serve learning. For this reason, 40 subjects (boy) were selected voluntarily with the ranging age from 18 to 25 years were divided randomly in two groups: Then subjects were randomly assigned to five groups 4 experimental groups and 1 control group (CG). Experimental groups were a physical practice group (PPG), a mental practice group (MPG), a combined physical practice and mental practice group (PP+MPG), and a combined mental practice and physical practice group (MP + PPG). Data was tested using paired t test (for mean different compare of between pre and post test x in per group), ANOVA test (for mean different comparing between post test in 5 groups), and Tokay test (for comparing between pre and post test mean different in per all groups) were run on the post – test data p<0.05. The results shown that were significant differences (p<0.05) between post – test in five groups. The results of Tokay test shown that the mean short serve score of the MP and PPG groups (expect PP+ MP ratio MP+ PP) were significantly faster than of the MG and CG groups.
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Author(s): Hasan Abdi Elham Mahmoodifar Hassan Gharayagh Zandi and Mohammadsaleh Abdi
Badminton short serves, mental practice, physical practice, Badminton short serves, mental practice, physical practice