dont play badminton
Periodisation (in relation to training) is the different parts in the training programme.
There is definitely a strong relation between osmosis pressure and water activity. Osmosis is the movement of water from high pressure to low pressure.
Pressure = Force/Area
The amount of time it takes for a person to properly learn the basics of badminton is dependant on their ability to learn new things but with proper training/practice, a person should be able to be able to play a simple game of badminton in about a day or two
Enthalpy of water (100% liquid, 0% steam) has a direct relation with pressure and temperature Enthalpy of vaporisation (mixture of liquid and steam) has an inverse relation with pressure and temperature Enthalpy of steam (100% steam, 0% liquid) at saturation has a direct relation with pressure and temperature Enthalpy of super-heated steam (steam at a temperature above its saturation temperature) has a direct relation with temperature and an inverse relation with pressure
u can get pressure vacuums :P
pressure and velocity - inverse proportional
Friction is directly proportional to pressure.
An increase in temperature leads to an increase in pressure.
Pressure is defined as force per area
Aerobic training decreases blood pressure, helping the cardiovascular system.
The blood pressure will increase during physical training, but it won't make you a person with high blood pressure permanently.
Pressure decreases as height increases and vice-versa.
These have a inverse relation. You will need to know the discharge and the incoming pressure in order to find out the mass flow rate.
· Speed --- movements around the badminton court are of very short distance, so movement speed training should focus of reaction time, acceleration and agility (change of direction). There are drills to increase foot speed, such as quick feet ladder drills. Training should also focus on strength and power development.· Strength --- resistance training exercises should focus on those areas which are actively involved in playing badminton, such as the wrist, elbows, shoulders, neck, chest, abdomen, back, thighs, knees and ankles.· Flexibility --- The badminton player uses their flexibility to reach, dive and turn to cover all parts of the court. Flexibility is something that can be improved with regular stretching. The badminton player should stretch before each activity (training and competition), plus other stretches, such as pnf and active stretches, to increase the flexibility of specific muscle groups.· Endurance --- Endurance is a very important component of fitness for badminton. Badminton players cover a lot of ground during a match with little rest. Not only is aerobic fitness important for court play, but you need to be fit for long technical training sessions and to recover well between games during extended tournament play
Pressure. Do a Google search on the relation between volcanoes and pressure, or even your question.
The relation is that as a fluid (gas or liquid) is denser it ways more. This will make each unit of space have more weight on it which cause more pressure per unit
velocity and pressure have inverse relation. when velocity increases then pressure at that point decrease and vice versa.
The badminton equipment you need is a birdie, a badminton racquet, another player, a badminton court and a pair of badminton shoes.
Pressure = force / area
There is none.
Rises during the physical training but decreases over time and training.