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    wohoo! thanks man! really appreciate your effort

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    Thanks again to your contribution!

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    thank you i think it will help me a lot. appreciate it.

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    Winning badminton doubles is FREE Content on badminton.tv

    http://badminton.tv/content/item/win...ubles/129.html

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    Another eBook.

    Would anybody care to comment about "Sure Fire Badminton Drills' by Andrew Chang. They are are selling it for USD39.95 I found it under www.badminton-information.com

    Will appreciate your opinion..

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    A lot of thanks to you, SendspaceMax!

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    Thank you...

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    cheers sendspacemax

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    Hey man! I've got the book "Sure Fire Badminton Drills." As far as I know chapter 1 - grips and footwork - is quite simple. It can't be compared with the ones on badmintonbible site. Chapter 2 - training method 1 - is good. It has many drills that cover a range of strokes and footwork and so good to improve your strength and endurance. Chapter 3 and 4 I haven't read them yet because I haven't finished drills in chapter 2. So I hope this will help you, guys.
    Here is the link to the book: http://www.mediafire.com/?xtynte0jkoy
    Good luck and have fun!

    Ps: One more thing I want to share is that if you watch a match over and over again such as Lin Dan vs Lee Chong Wei in All England 2009 MSF, you can figure out the way they moved, the way they hit the shuttle and those things will come into your mind naturally and you will play your game in someway like they play. It means you will play better. It's only my experience, it can work for you. I hope that. So good luck!

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    Thanks Very Much :d

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    Quote Originally Posted by SendspaceMax View Post
    I'm scared that this may contain viruses. Did anyone check it yet? Thanks.

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    scanned with AVG free, seems clean

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    They're .pdfs, so no, they don't contain viruses.

    Anyway, that and Jake Downey's other ebooks are also available here: http://www.badders.com/news/index/12/
    (which is where I downloaded them from, so I *know* that's a safe source)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchy View Post
    They're .pdfs, so no, they don't contain viruses.

    Anyway, that and Jake Downey's other ebooks are also available here: http://www.badders.com/news/index/12/
    (which is where I downloaded them from, so I *know* that's a safe source)
    Wow, I didnt notice that it was pdf LOL. My stupidity and I....

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    Quote Originally Posted by seppro1 View Post
    Hey man! I've got the book "Sure Fire Badminton Drills." As far as I know chapter 1 - grips and footwork - is quite simple. It can't be compared with the ones on badmintonbible site. Chapter 2 - training method 1 - is good. It has many drills that cover a range of strokes and footwork and so good to improve your strength and endurance. Chapter 3 and 4 I haven't read them yet because I haven't finished drills in chapter 2. So I hope this will help you, guys.
    Here is the link to the book: http://www.mediafire.com/?xtynte0jkoy
    Good luck and have fun!

    Ps: One more thing I want to share is that if you watch a match over and over again such as Lin Dan vs Lee Chong Wei in All England 2009 MSF, you can figure out the way they moved, the way they hit the shuttle and those things will come into your mind naturally and you will play your game in someway like they play. It means you will play better. It's only my experience, it can work for you. I hope that. So good luck!
    Thank you for sharing this very very nice ebook...

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    does anyone have the e book advanced badminton training.plz post me the link

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    Quote Originally Posted by seppro1 View Post

    Ps: One more thing I want to share is that if you watch a match over and over again such as Lin Dan vs Lee Chong Wei in All England 2009 MSF, you can figure out the way they moved, the way they hit the shuttle and those things will come into your mind naturally and you will play your game in someway like they play. It means you will play better. It's only my experience, it can work for you. I hope that. So good luck!
    Yes, this is a very good way to learn footwork for singles. This is how i learn and teach my kids. It is also good to use the GOM Player to view these since it has a replay of frame by frame which you can watch the details of every steps. And i believe LCW has a very good footwork.

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