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Instructional Video?

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by IRNINJAH, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. IRNINJAH

    IRNINJAH Regular Member

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    Could anyone link me to a comprehensive instructional video on how to string a badminton racket?
    Preferably for a complete beginner because I'm trying to learn.

    Thanks in advance. :D
     
  2. illusionistpro

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    If there is more interest, I might consider doing an entire series.
     
  3. Mark A

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    If I had a camera I'd do one without pre-weaving, as IMO it's where a total newbie should start (but I just kept going with it). Wouldn't be too long, either - I just knocked a T2 out in 35 mins;).

    Can anyone point the O/P to those two videos of the Chinese guy using the ES5Pro? Those are, I believe, empty frame into the machine. Also, have a look for a guy called YULitle on youtube - his videos are mostly tennis but he explains himself very well indeed (and the principles can usually be applied to badminton anyway).
     
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    I agree. That is still the way I string too haha. I'm an impatient person so I'd prefer to do everything in one shot on the machine.
     

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