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Badminton Lessons

Discussion in 'Techniques / Training' started by slacker4lyfe, Mar 17, 2003.

  1. slacker4lyfe

    slacker4lyfe Regular Member

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    Does anybody know if there are places in the Bay Area to get badminton lessons?
     
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    San Jose State University

    Hi, if you go to San Jose University and saturday and sunday afternoon, they have classes over there. It is taught by Kevin Zheng, he was on the China national team once. I'm taking classes from him right now, it helped me a lot.
     
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    How about in San Francisco?
     
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    Currently I don't know if anyone is giving out badminton lesson in San Francisco. Few of the top junior player who lives in San Francisco comes down to San Jose to take class from him. I personally think it's worth the drive. I live in Hayward myself.
     
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    But then spending almost 2 hours traveling down and back up isn't that practical though...
     
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    How about in Singapore?
     
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    I think it is not difficult to find a coach, but it's difficult to find a court where you can use it for getting lesson. Most of the place is for open gym therefore you wouldn't able to use the court to get lesson. So far I don't know anywhere else you can rent court and get lesson.
     

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