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    Just like a tazzy tiger eh? zip zap slam bam. lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    i love to play against opponents like you... gives me more time to think and execute my shots...
    woah u must be powerful bcoz u still have time to think when opponent play like lightening fast.

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    u seen matrix? Just like that.search youtube gor tapping and defence videos.

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    here. Tap till numb. Solid.http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_qYSqpodgzs

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    Anyway, here's another video. This will help you to raise your hand always. Your shoulders should be sore after this. 5 minutes drill.


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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Stefan, just semantics, but shooting stroke said to *address* the bird early, not take it early. Slight but important difference.
    I totally agree with that, sorry, didn't want to sound as if I wanted to contradict shooting stroke on that point. I just wanted to stress the difference between addressing the shuttle early and taking it at its highest point (because I used to misunderstand that when I heard about the concept first, and it was bad to both play and body) in case I'm not the only one who may misunderstand... :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandee11 View Post
    Hi shooting stroke,are you badminton coach? I'm from Sabah too. Where are u located? Maybe I can drop by and learn something from you .
    Hi sandee,

    Sorry for the late reply. I'm not anymore coaching in sabah but instead I'm based here in KL. FYI, I'm not taking any more students due to my other working commitments and the only students that i have now is a few state level player that needs that additional 1 to 1 coaching session other than their own association schedule training program. Well, hopefully we can meet if I'm coming back.

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