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    Quote Originally Posted by pajrul View Post
    wait a minute.... i also played at NV this morning....and i also played with a nice auntie (in golf shorts!) who likes to drop a lot...hmmmm
    Era hasnt reached the "auntie" age yet, in terms of uncle OTB & Loh's age. She calls me kak, if she's auntie, then eagle

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie View Post
    Thing commands RESPECT. We can call it LD arrogance but that is the way it is and how I see it.

    As for Chris post detailing Things training methodology, I am with you that Chris made the crap up There is no way that Chris could remember exactly what Thing presumably lectured that many winters ago, unless Chris taped Thing's lecture
    Okay, Chris, time to own up and confessed, be honest lah
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    I am not surprised that you are doubtful about what I have said what Tang had taught me. Perhaps we should get together with Tang to discuss these matters.

    Actually, it's ALL about our BASIC play/movement/strokes/art in playing Badminton.

    Even some of my trainees questioned me about advanced some methods.

    Guess what? - I never teach them the 'Jump Smash' before they can do the 'Standing Smash' - And they often say that I don't teach them anything how top players do their strokes.

    When I tell them "Learn the basics first", they somehow frown at my teachings.

    Whenever I tell my trainees to not smash at 100% power, they are always puzzled as to why I tell them to do so.

    As a coach, I am open to any new ideas that work. I believe in Tang's methods because they work for me in my games. To others, if Tang's methods don't work for them, I am sure they won't want to listen to Tang's methods at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    You guys not paying Chris you think he's going to reveal those training methodology ...hahaha . Remember, guys what the thing taught Lin Dan may not be good for you, me or even lcw .
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    Well said - How can we play like Lin Dan when we cannot move and/or hit the shuttlecock as fast as he can?


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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Era hasnt reached the "auntie" age yet, in terms of uncle OTB & Loh's age. She calls me kak, if she's auntie, then eagle
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    Era would be laughing at what you have posted.

    Anyway, whenever we make our posts/comments here, we reveal our thoughts (at this Badminton community forum).

    Everything that we have said is documented.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    Era would be laughing at what you have posted.
    Anyway, whenever we make our posts/comments here, we reveal our thoughts (at this Badminton community forum).
    Everything that we have said is documented.
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    I know, I already thought it out before I say

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajrul View Post
    wait a minute.... i also played at NV this morning....and i also played with a nice auntie (in golf shorts!) who likes to drop a lot...hmmmm
    Gosh, which one is you? *panic* oh, well, never mind. Just don't disclose more than that, hehe

    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Era hasnt reached the "auntie" age yet, in terms of uncle OTB & Loh's age. She calls me kak, if she's auntie, then eagle
    grandauntie? hahahaha

    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    Era would be laughing at what you have posted.

    Anyway, whenever we make our posts/comments here, we reveal our thoughts (at this Badminton community forum).

    Everything that we have said is documented.
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    You should be a fortune teller Chris, really. How did you know?

    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    I know, I already thought it out before I say
    Ok, I'm off to *hiding* mode now.


    p/s: Congrats on LCW for going to final trow.

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    Lets hope LCW gets his act right and gives LD a good fight like the WC final.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viver View Post
    Chris,

    Thank you for your time posting and sharing your ideas. But with due respect, I do not think they are Tang Xinfu's teachings or philosophy. Some of the information below are good points for playing badminton, for sure.
    Agree. Nothing unusual. Pick up a few good badminton coaching books and you should be able to gather more playing "tips".

    Btw Chris, how long was your coaching session with TXF? Days? Months? Total number of
    hours? Theory? Technical?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajrul View Post
    wait a minute.... i also played at NV this morning....and i also played with a nice auntie (in golf shorts!) who likes to drop a lot...hmmmm
    Wah! You have the chance to play with an auntie who only wear golf shorts and who likes to drop a lot? Only golf shorts and drop what btw? Hahaha Next time buddy, call us bc gang la..am sure first one will be from Canada hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by rogerv2 View Post
    Lets hope LCW gets his act right and gives LD a good fight like the WC final.
    and a win...!!

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    Wrong post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    Wah! You have the chance to play with an auntie who only wear golf shorts and who likes to drop a lot? Only golf shorts and drop what btw? Hahaha Next time buddy, call us bc gang la..am sure first one will be from Canada hahaha
    Yeah..I will be in KL next week Saturday. May I join? I will serve high and rush to the net to retrieve the drop shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Era hasnt reached the "auntie" age yet, in terms of uncle OTB & Loh's age. She calls me kak, if she's auntie, then eagle
    I won't call you auntie but sweetie.

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    If LCW is smart he will give LD the final tommorrow. If LD wins, the Chineese team will most likely get overconfident and almost think the OG gold is "safe".. LCW can then focus all his effort to take LD by surprise in OG.

    If he wins that will be a wake up call for LD and worry team china, so they will double the already intense effort to get LD in the shape of his life for OG...

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    Then LCW must try his best to win and let the CHN team worry themselves to death ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Agree. Nothing unusual. Pick up a few good badminton coaching books and you should be able to gather more playing "tips".

    Btw Chris, how long was your coaching session with TXF? Days? Months? Total number of
    hours? Theory? Technical?
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    It wasn't my coaching session with TXF.

    It was jointly organised by the BWF Coaching Department and the Badminton Coaching Association of Australia. It was strictly for our Australian qualified coaches only.

    The session was held on a Friday, Saturday and Sunday; Totalling only about 20 hours on court and some hours at lunches and dinners.

    Not only was TXF teaching us about how to play Badminton, but also how to restring/repair rackets (manually), how to make good a shuttlecock with broken feathers, etc, etc, ...

    Have a read of this thread;

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...r-replaceable)

    I think TXF could have told Li Ning to manufacture this type of shuttlecock. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Agree. Nothing unusual. Pick up a few good badminton coaching books and you should be able to gather more playing "tips".Btw Chris, how long was your coaching session with TXF? Days? Months? Total number ofhours? Theory? Technical?
    Loh, just curious, has anyone come across how txf trains Lin Dan?

    I doubt it could be documented

    Anyway, if the thing is to conduct a coaching session

    he would be touching on badminton points similar or close to what Chris has posted.

    I am not been paid by Chris for saying this,

    so please guys and gals don't get any bright ideas

    If the thing would touch on mainly how to train Lin Dan,

    I would say that session would only thrills bc members.

    However, it will increase our knowledge about training no doubt

    but it won't change much if we apply the thing way of training.

    Simply, there is no one training plan for all.


    I had the opportunity to browse through the training plan of lcw before

    and believe me if any coach is to follow that plan for his or her trainees,

    very early close shop if you know what I mean
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