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    Default How to improve your stamina? Any suggestion ?

    i have been lacking speed and stamina. Isit related? Any ways to train?

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    run or bike
    shuttle pickup
    chinese fast-feet drill
    shadow footwork drill if training alone on court.

    Not sure how experienced and what your age is, but 5 days a week for a month of 3 of the 4 above and you should already be seeing a significant improvement, provided your foundation in footwork for the most part is sound.

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    Try skipping, helps your calves and your forearm/wrists as well.

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    thanks for the advice.

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    There's a recent thread about this already.

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php/117576

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    Quote Originally Posted by R20190 View Post
    There's a recent thread about this already.

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php/117576
    k, thanks for the link.

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    Jogging and do treadmil in gym.

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    chinese fast feet works wonders, shuttle pick-ups as well. running and cycling will help with the overall endurance, but won't necessarily help you with explosion on the court, foot work will. as you build on your endurance, you'll be able to do the footwork drills longer and longer. your core and back muscles are important too, work on those as much as you work on your feet and legs.

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    also, for running and cycling, what you can do is do intervals. if you're running, go 80% of your top speed for 2 minutes, then 60% of your top speed for 2 minutes. alternate it for about 25-30mi in the beginning. as you gain more endurance, prolong the sessions.
    cycling is the same thing with speed, however if you are riding up in areas that aren't always flat, the just go at regular uphill pace, then once you hit a particular flat area, do a quick sprint and ride as fast as you can maintaining a cadence of 90-100.

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    i think i will try the chinese fast feet. Thank for u guys give me the advise.

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    Lin dan do weight lifting and treadmill run . i Heard.

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    some good suggestions but that most obvious one missing, which is the best, is just play more singles if possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbirdman View Post
    some good suggestions but that most obvious one missing, which is the best, is just play more singles if possible.
    SINGLE!!:'( killing!!

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