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Training at NVBA versus Pioneer

Discussion in 'Malaysia' started by suppaipower, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. suppaipower

    suppaipower Regular Member

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    Hey all,

    Not sure if this is the correct place to post this, but since I assume most who read these posts are from malaysia, you guys would probably be able to best answer my question.

    I'm currently looking into training overseas at New Vision Badminton Academy or Pioneer (http://www.pioneersports.net).

    Any of you guys have any advice/experience regarding either of them?
     
  2. ZhiWeiZ

    ZhiWeiZ Regular Member

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    Both also got their own good.
     
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    ZhiweiZ is right. It depends. Coz every coach has their own strengths on some aspects of coaching/training. Perhaps you would want to tell your requirements and I am sure forummers here would be able to tell of their experiences with some coaches.
     
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    I have the same question bout the two for individual training. Which on is more suited to children and which one would be best to really work on technique?
     
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    In my opinion, Pioneer is more suited for explanation as they will guide you into the very in-depth detail of the technique, like certain aspects we might not be able to see. NVBA is more for advanced players (eg. State or above) that are preparing themselves for Tournaments.

    Hope my advice helps :)
     
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    So very helpful :) Thank you.
    Really want my son to learn the techniques over a 2 or 3 week period in KL, better learn the right technique than cementing bad habits.
     

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