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10-26-2012, 11:54 AM #273
I'm a newbie too. i'm going to give you a link but it's from You Tube.
I've been watching these chinese vids and it's helping me a lot.
His name is Zhao Jianhua, one of his colleague includes Xiao Jie. Both professionals.
Don't worry, the videos are subtitled in english.
This is one of the videos that helped me.
10-27-2012, 07:27 AM #274
wow..tq guys ur info...i will try all ur techniq..
01-04-2013, 05:03 AM #275
Hi, can i know what kind of "footwork" is the best and flexible ? (:
03-27-2013, 02:27 PM #276
ive always known footwork is one of the most important things, im suprised others didnt to be honest
04-19-2013, 02:36 AM #277
04-19-2013, 07:47 PM #278
Look for Jimmy Lin footwork videos on youtube to learn the correct footwork, and then go on to the court and practice those footwork. You don't need a coach for this but its helpful if you can get someone who knows the correct footwork to point out if you are doing it correctly.
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04-23-2013, 03:18 PM #279
08-26-2013, 07:38 PM #280
during playtime i sometimes forgot to used the proper footworks and indeed caused me not to smash the birdie properly or sometimes im almost late to return the birdie with the opponent and that gives them a score... :-(
08-27-2013, 09:42 PM #281
I agree that we need to have a proper footwork but i also believe that we can enjoy playing badminton if we know the proper /correct grip. It's a basic thing also.. Knowing the proper /correct grip then different shots/hits can follow that comes with proper footwork. :-)
09-15-2013, 02:29 AM #282
wow..footwork thread... badminton for me at first was a game of who had the most thunderous-break-your-strings-if-you-tried-to-return-it-smash or the oh-blow-my-mind-impossible-flick-of-the-wrist-trick-shot... then it all came crashing down. All the hitting physics will be of nought without the most important foundation of all...covering the real estate...with a practiced/polished footwork I believe the court will magically shrink... I'm not there yet but reading this thread has reaffirmed my opinion even more...even when I'm just a 28yr old newbie.
12-09-2013, 10:21 AM #283
Sir, If you have some time then please reply my query..
I am using Nanoray80 with string nanogy99 with 23lbs tension...
I am a doubles player.
I was a heavy smasher and could place a ball anytime to third court . After analyzing my powerful game by my friends and seniors they made tricks to stop me by giving net straight drops and always ready to lift the ball of my smash to third/first court.Then I have changed my strategy to not only stroking with power but also placing the shuttle as drops and critical places.
Another thing is as a regular player(6days a week) and for heavy gym(weight lifting practice for wrist) and a fall of my body in time of practicing high kicks I have been injured in my right hand .. Nowadays I feel some pain in my right hand and I am suffering from a loss of energy of my right hand in the proper way.. I Do not have any problem with my court coverage.
Both of them (changing the strategy and injury of hand) resulted me a lack of power .
So I have been thinking to take rest for some time..Please tell me how can I get back my wrist and hand energy like before I had..
Now I am thinking to change my racquet as a new experiment.. Chose some : Nanoray 100 , Arcsaber 7 , Voltric 9 , Head Power Helix 8000 . But little confused about which one will be better for me ..As I used Nanoray 80 With 23lbs string tension which is medium stiff and 4U in weight with little Head heavy(yes but does not seem so) , am thinking to choose the one which is medium flexible and some more property which can help me to smash easily and place everywhere to regain the power .One of my friend changed his game and increased his power of smash and shots by changing his racquet Muscle Power 22 plus to Head Youtek flash(Very flexible and Superlight).. I know this is not a technically sound logic but is there any chance of that..
Please someone help me...please..Sometimes in the game I did smash 20-30 times and finished many games, but now however my smash power is lost by 25-35% for the above two reason. Please help me to regain power and choosing the new racquet.
12-15-2013, 08:39 PM #284
Should start a new thread entitled "Choosing new racket"
12-15-2013, 09:25 PM #285
12-18-2013, 01:16 AM #286
Get it properly healed before you start stressing it, you will gain proper advice and prevent further injuries + better recovery.
Regardless of however flexible or good or new the racket is, if your hand is not properly healed the pain and loss of power will exist. Similar to the old saying, "if you can't get there, it doesn't matter how good you can hit the birdie." (thanks Kwun)
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