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08-21-2009, 10:39 AM #86
Thanks for the grip tutorial Gollum, and thanks for the beginners tutorial Sith. They helps a lot of understanding after some reading ... hope I can master them and beat my new group ( their average age are 55), and me 35, rookie player.
09-07-2009, 07:05 PM #87
My 6 years old son joining Yonex Sunrise Badminton
[FONT='Arial','sans-serif']What type of racquet is recommended to use in Junior 8 and under division? Junior or Standard racquet? Shall I train him to use the Standard at an early stage? When will I know he is ready to change his junior racquet to a high end standard size racquet?[/FONT]
[FONT='Arial','sans-serif']Please advise. Thank you.[/FONT]
09-09-2009, 07:30 AM #88
I am a student and we will begin to learn playing badminton.i just want to ask a question. Do i have to run for a long time?
09-27-2009, 04:52 PM #89
This may sound fundamental but im a newbie and i have already done my best with the search function so bear with me.
My query is can someone clarify the meaning of shot description for me? ie what is push shots, drives, spinning net shots, in fact a description of anything other than clears, smashes, drop shots, would be great. Im reading posts and getting confused with the terminology.
10-21-2009, 01:01 AM #90
10-21-2009, 07:38 AM #91
Best thing to do as a beginner?
IMO is...................... *drum roll*
have fun playing badminton,
because if you don't enjoy it you won't play it.
Enjoyment > Basics & Technique > anything else unimportant.
And if possible, start early.
Badminton generally becomes more fun the further you get into it.
11-24-2009, 01:06 PM #92
As for me, most important is to learn defence/return/stroke, and not forget about service... a good/clear/tidy service is most important. Another one is, TRY DO NOT PLAY WITH PEOPLE WHO HAVE THE SAME LEVEL WITH YOU. LOOK FOR A SENIOR/ADVANCE/INTERMIDEATE PLAYER, PLAY WITH THEM, TRY TO UNDERSTAND WHICH ONE IS MOST IMPORTANT, POWER OR TACTICAL?...anyhow, MOST IMPORTANT AMONG ALL....ENJOY THE GAME!!!!!!!1
12-02-2009, 12:06 PM #93
As i learn, trick shot is every important, some people see is cannot use in the real game,
here is some tips from my 23 years of experience,
i use to trick my oponent left and right, i use my body.
front and back is use my movement speed, fast and slow.
When u totally master trick shot, is very useful.
first, learning trick shot, wrist and hand has to be steady. if not trick will be trick back.
04-12-2010, 01:54 AM #94
Fancy stile helps a lot!
07-17-2010, 03:03 AM #95
Can some one tell me were the how to hold the grip guide is?
07-20-2010, 05:03 AM #96
07-27-2010, 02:57 AM #97
Thanks for all the advise. I'm just beginning, but I think all the advise will help me grow faster.
07-27-2010, 06:35 AM #98
Indeed whatever being mentioned here are very informative and useful as a guidelines for those who is starting to venture in this extremely exciting game we call badminton. Regardless whatever beauty there are that yet to be discovered by any beginners venturing in this sport, conducting adequate, correct and appropriate approach in making sure safety is adhere always is also important before you start playing, while playing and after playing badminton because if you are injured, than the excitement and fun will turn into a nightmare. So
1. What you need to buy
- Invest in a good pair if badminton shoes
- Buy and wear appropriate badminton clothes
- If you have history of any knee/ankle injury before from other sports/accident/injured
by your karate coach because you late paying the fees...then buy a knee/ankle
protective equipment (e.g brace etc)
2. What you need to do before play
- Rent a good badminton court to play (rubberize > parquet>cement>your backyard)
- Know your physical limits (e.g if you are so tired that day, no point for you to go and
just play or otherwise you will just prone to injured yourself...then its better to rest
- Eat well and hydrate adequately
- Make sure your shoes fits properly and wear socks
- Put your badminton bags on the proper places and not near besides the court
- Always...always, again,.... always.....Warm up before you play
3. What you need to do while playing
- Clean the sweat on the floor, if there are, coz it can cause the court slippery
- Focus while playing
4. What you need to do after playing
- Warm down adequately
- Rehydrate adequately
- Rest adequately
- Go to work the next day or else your boss will "karate " you.. .....(exclude this one)
11-20-2010, 11:16 AM #99
The advice on this thread is very useful, thanks. I never progressed beyond beginner's level as a child, and perhaps not playing for nearly 10 years is a blessing in disguise in that I have forgotten lots of things, and can go with the correct basics now. Hopefully with what I learn from this forum, Han Jian's book and badmintonbible.com I can make progress
12-01-2010, 11:56 PM #100
12-02-2010, 12:00 AM #101
12-07-2010, 02:01 PM #102
This thread is great, i m an advanced player who is trying to teach my girlfriend, she just started badminton and is very enthusiastic, now i know what aspects of the game to train her to start with, hopefully she won't give up.
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