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    Cool 6 New (2012) Badminton DVDs from Lee Jae Bok

    So I got a nice email the other day from Lee Jae Bok, don't know if anyone else got it but presumably they did?!

    Has anyone seen/purchased these DVDs yet? They look really good, I ordered Power Smash today, will post here when I get it.

    Here are the buy pages with trailers for those of you that don't have it:

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    tHERE IS A REALLY GOOD VIDEO ON YOUTUBE BY FU HAIFENG ON SMASHING , THATS SUPER-SLOW-MO , AND THAT HELPED ME ALOT

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    I watched it just now; I think Lee's is more powerful and more logical... the movement does not slice across it in Lee's technique and it is based on a whole forward-moving motion, rather than jumping and flailing around all over the place like Fu Haifeng... Lee's action is far more compact allowing for much more direct strength to be applied during the impact.

    Sure, Fu's is good, but I bet Lee would have destroyed him back in his day!

    It will be interesting to see what happens when Lee's new players reach the same international level, what will their smash be like? I think they'll have to come up with stronger strings!

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    Too expensive, otherwise I would buy all of them!

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    Is this LCW's coach?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Norak View Post
    Is this LCW's coach?
    Nope Lee chong wei's Coach is
    elvin teh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poglomog View Post
    I watched it just now; I think Lee's is more powerful and more logical... the movement does not slice across it in Lee's technique and it is based on a whole forward-moving motion, rather than jumping and flailing around all over the place like Fu Haifeng... Lee's action is far more compact allowing for much more direct strength to be applied during the impact.
    FHF's jumpsmash has more of a rotation component, so the waist rotates more, which is fine as the rotation has plenty of power. LJB's seems to be, as you say, a direct forward one. LJB's grip is rotated to more panhandle it seems? I like FHF's jumpsmash, it is a thing of beauty. The LJB style is quite ugly to me.

    It also seems to me that LJB style is a "korean" style, very direct power. Shon Seung Mo had a similar kind of style.

    Random guess at sterotyping styles:
    Korean = super fit and many smaller steps, very short direct style.
    China = Solid and consistent, emphasis on higher contact points.
    South East Asian = Lower contact points, more slicing and racket-wrist work? The indonesians like their big jumpsmashes, the malaysians their slicy shots and pointsmashes.

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    looks like new video, but at least some old material.

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    I quite like coach Lee style, probably good basic training for all men's player. It is probably suited for fast direct play since little movement and waste of energy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amleto View Post
    looks like new video, but at least some old material.
    I think the reason he has repeated some content is because not everyone has seen the older videos, so he just reminding people, these DVDs are definitely more in-depth than his previous ones.

    The Coaches' DVD looks really interesting as well, I may get that one too - never seen anything like that before.

    I keep watching the Power Smash trailer - it looks really clear and goes into a lot of detail. Really can't wait to get the DVD! :P

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    I dont know why but I dont really take advice from this person although I should...
    I get coached as well and take advice from their so .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NanoBatien View Post
    FHF's jumpsmash has more of a rotation component, so the waist rotates more, which is fine as the rotation has plenty of power. LJB's seems to be, as you say, a direct forward one. LJB's grip is rotated to more panhandle it seems? I like FHF's jumpsmash, it is a thing of beauty. The LJB style is quite ugly to me.

    It also seems to me that LJB style is a "korean" style, very direct power. Shon Seung Mo had a similar kind of style.

    Random guess at sterotyping styles:
    Korean = super fit and many smaller steps, very short direct style.
    China = Solid and consistent, emphasis on higher contact points.
    South East Asian = Lower contact points, more slicing and racket-wrist work? The indonesians like their big jumpsmashes, the malaysians their slicy shots and pointsmashes.
    Lol... it's clear by this post that you don't know anything about badminton. Lee's style is "very Korean"??!! Do you even know anyone that uses Lee's style?

    Just to clarify, Lee's style is his own, it's what he's developed over the last 40 years of his career, it's not Korean, it's not Japanese, it's not Chinese or Mexican, it's Lee's own style and nobody is using it except his players. Some players he has coached in the past have used their own style under his coaching, but that doesn't mean they're using his style either.

    So many people just seem to just jump to conclusions... it makes me kind of sad because I think Lee deserves better than to be put down by people who have never even trained with him.

    Also, I'd love to see you go up against one of Lee's players with all your pretty jump smashes. I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be so ugly to you after that.

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    This is kind of Lee's response to the recently released BWF coach education videos. I really like them, especially the wrist training videos and the split drop, or what he calls 'step one'.

    http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFD4E073C516BDA77

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    He is using a Yehlex racket...

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    He is using a Yehlex racket...
    he has his own signature yehlex racquet...

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