Title Core Strength Training's Impact on Badminton Players' Performance Skills Is Compared Before And
Background Reduced Core Muscle Strength Is an Independent Risk Factor For Sports Injury and Injury
In Badminton Players. Core Stability Depends on Core Strength, Which Also Lowers Injury Risk And
Purpose of Study the Goal Is to Evaluate How a Core-Strengthening Exercise Programme Affects
Players' Performance Abilities and Core Stability.
Methodology In This Study 30 Badminton Players Were Included For the Study, Pre and Post
Intervention Assessment Was Done For Strength Using Outcome Measure (Lockhart-Mcpherson
Badminton Test and Miller Wall-Volley Test) Followed By Core Strengthening Exercises Programme To
Perform 45 Mins For 5 Days Per Week For 6 Weeks
Result According to Table 1, Graph 1, Graph 2 Training In Core Strength Has Shown That Lockhart-
Mcpherson Badminton Test Score Increases In Mean Value from 116.03 to 124 Between Pre and Post-Test
And Miller Wall-Volley In Mean Value from 102.82 to 111.56.
The Table Infers a Significant Increase In Lockhart-Mcpherson Badminton Test and Miller Wall-Volley Test
Score By Core Strength Training at P < 0.05.
Conclusion the Result Indicates That Core Strength Training Programme Are Significantly Effective In
Improvement of Core Stability Performance Skills In Badminton Players