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SBA Badminton Clinic (Intermediate)

Discussion in 'Singapore' started by Sealman, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. Sealman

    Sealman Regular Member

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    I wonder how is the coach going to conduct a badminton clinic in a room? :p

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    Date/Time: Saturday Jul 31, 5:30PM - Saturday Jul 31, 6:30PM
    Venue: Activity Room in Choa Chu Kang Public Library

    Designed for the player that has learned the basics of the game of badminton and wants to move to the next level. A review of the fundamentals of service, proper stroke execution and court movement will be taught as well as strategy and conditioning techniques. Please register at the library e-kiosks. Admission is free.
     
  2. blindaim

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    i guess 1 hour of theory.

    can i register at any library ekiosk or must be that CCK Library??
     
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    My guess is you could register at any library e-kiosk. No harm trying the nearest library first. :)
     
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    1 hour , i dun think can teach much, maybe show u some video clips.
     
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    Hehe... the link allows checking out on the library's shopping cart so it looks like registration can be done online.
     
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    yea, it can be done online
     
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    wow new burger friend from korea , yes , can register online.
     
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    why 'wonder' or so peculiar or looks negative? Every info is good. Give constructive suggestion if you are supporting badminton. I wonder who is more negative now ;)
     
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    Arent you a coach? Do you know what is a badminton clinic? Would you be in the right frame of mind to conduct a badminton clinic in a classroom?
     
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    agreed , cannot be conducting jumping smash inside the library.
     
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    aha.... Depends on individual definition. Simple strokes can still be exhibited. Use ur imagination. Nothing is impossible. This is one way to get audience excited to support badminton. U went for ncap theory? Some lecturers do. So dun discredit people. Talk n 'wonders' is cheap.;)
     
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    Is it a crime to wonder aloud? At any stage in this thread did I 'discredit people'?

    Did you read the description of the badminton clinic? This is an Intermediate badminton clinic, not a beginners class for your 'simple strokes'. You mean you need NCAP theory to understand common sense?
     
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    To be fair, it is possibly better to discuss strategies, shot choices, positioning, common mistakes in a class room environment. I'd imagine that a video supported analysis of an actual game will help intermediate players advance in the game much better. Then again, we are not sure about the actual programme since information is pretty scarce at the moment. It could still be a complete waste of time or it could turn out to be a pretty good clinic. Who knows...

    btw, I should keep my mouth shut from this point since I'll not be going for the clinic. Hope it is a good and beneficial one though.
     

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