most of us are constantly learning how to play badminton and try to improve here and there, have you ever found little changes in your techniques that makes a big difference? here are a couple of things that i have found that makes a difference in my game: on ready stance, aside from feet shoulder apart, these are two things that really helped me be mobile: - stands on the ball of the feet, and always bounce around. - crouch down, and crouch down by a lot. i am tall and always have problem starting, crouching down made a lot of difference. just before overhead stroke, make sure i plant down right leg. the planting of the right leg helps initiates the body rotation on preparation of overhead stroke, make sure elbows are raised to form straight line between shoulders and upper arm. on preparation of overhead stroke, i found that supinating the wrist so that the racket shaft and forearm forms a straight line really helps in power. [/list=1] these are just minor adjustment to correct for bad habits, but sometimes little reminders like these can help fixing bad habits. what are yours?