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    Agree. When i read that smash power is come from pronation, i didn't believe it. But after watching a lot of smash clip and watched that the shuttle cock is always goes spinning, i tried to mimic the smash movement. After 2 weeks i could do it properly and my smash more powerfull than before.

    I still continue to improve my smash because i still feel that my smash is still not optimal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Yep, this "leading" with the elbow is very critical for forearm pronation in forehand clears and especially smashes. Same importance for supination in backhand clears.
    The ideas of leading elbow n forearm pronation are not magical moves merely reminders or check points for proper execution ie maximising energy transfer. Leading elbow is to ensure upper body rotation. Forearm pronation is to ensure proper shuttlecock connection on racket face ie, no dispersion of energy through slicing action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.fusion View Post
    The ideas of leading elbow n forearm pronation are not magical moves merely reminders or check points for proper execution ie maximising energy transfer. Leading elbow is to ensure upper body rotation. Forearm pronation is to ensure proper shuttlecock connection on racket face ie, no dispersion of energy through slicing action.
    Disagree.
    You can still get good power with pronation alone, without upper body rotation. Whereas the reverse (upper body rotation without pronation) is not as powerful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Disagree. You can still get good power with pronation alone, without upper body rotation. Whereas the reverse (upper body rotation without pronation) is not as powerful.
    To get the maximum potential/ efficiency out of a smash, Everything has to work in synergy. You can't get the max power without body rotation. Yes you can get good power even with just simple a wrist flexion too n yes there are more than one way to hit a shuttlecock.

    Ps. The key word is 'max'

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    why i see some smashes is done with the left (racket) hand end up of the right foot.
    some smashes is done with the left (racket) hand end up on the left foot

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    "Wang Wang" means usually, most of the professional players usually had to retire because of getting their elbows hurt without a proper trainning.
    The power of smash is not so important for us amateur,try to do some slice smash,that is more effective

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    Quote Originally Posted by bayanbaru View Post
    why i see some smashes is done with the left (racket) hand end up of the right foot.
    some smashes is done with the left (racket) hand end up on the left foot
    Do you mean the follow through of a smash? If the player is lefty, and smashes from his forehand rear court, then he will do the cross over(follow thru) to the right side.

    but if smashes from the backhand rear court, then he will do the outward follow thru to his left side.

    A good follow thru is about assisting court recovery and balance after a smash.

    cheers

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    I am seriously jealous of that badminton centre! I wish we had places like that in the UK.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwPT...e_gdata_player

    Here's an update with English translation and subs. His section starts at 16:00.


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