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    Gingerphil79: Difficult to see from behind, but when u serve, to what extent do u lean forward? Also when u smash, do u, hmm, lets call it "crumble togehter" after u hit the shuttle, it seems to go over the net, so if true, it might be just a little bit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikael View Post
    Gingerphil79: Difficult to see from behind, but when u serve, to what extent do u lean forward? Also when u smash, do u, hmm, lets call it "crumble togehter" after u hit the shuttle, it seems to go over the net, so if true, it might be just a little bit?
    What u mean crumble together?? lol. I wudnt lean to much forward as am 6 foot 2 and have long reach so I try to keep my balance but my non racket arm is at full stretch when serving.

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    Gingerphil:

    By that I mean bend your back forward, but sorry I take it back, wrong despriction for this situation. I would say again, lean your upper body to much forward (6:28)?, IF it is the case, it might only be slighty, as u should go forward.
    At 2:35 receiving the serve, do u try deception here - make it work , also practice from backcourt. In relation to that think about your smash, you can improve at least in three ways:

    A) Make it more powerful!
    B) Timing, when do u smash, dont just smash every time!
    C) This goes with B, think about alternatives, deception (slide shot, then u will also get some more netplay).

    Against a stronger team u will need that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingerphil79 View Post
    [video=youtube;Qnn5MkNW5Qo]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qnn5MkNW5Qo[video]

    This is another match of me playing. Our opponents arent the best and we won like 21 - 12 or something like that in this game but enjoy. At advice about me would be great (am in yellow).

    I feel in my overhead smashes, my footwork looks weird or wrong yet when I do it, it feels right. Any thoughts?? At 3.32mins I feel it looks unusual, any thoughts????
    that looks funny because to attack something from backhand corner, there are two basic methods afaik:

    A)
    a.1) get behind the line of the shuttle
    a.2) rotate so you are sideways on
    a.3) attack shuttle with scissor jump/step through

    B) A square-on jump-out, probably requiring around-the-head motion.


    what you do is in-between the two, and most likely is sub optimal.


    these might help:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nc6f_AARpUE

    http://www.badmintonbible.com/articl...lock-jumps.php
    Last edited by amleto; 01-07-2011 at 04:39 PM.

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    Hey hey! Here's an old video about me playing MS against a friend of mine

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JP1af...layer_embedded

    Feel free to leave any comments, I would really apreciate it! (rather good or not )

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    I forgot to mention that im the dude in green with the blue shoes !

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubawamba View Post
    Hey hey! Here's an old video about me playing MS against a friend of mine

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JP1af...layer_embedded

    Feel free to leave any comments, I would really apreciate it! (rather good or not )
    I watched the first 5 minutes.

    The main improvement you can make is your ready position. Too often whilst waiting for the shuttle your racket is pointing at the floor. This makes you somewhat laboured in retrieving the shuttle when lunging to the side or foreward to the net, your contact point is very low, and you're top heavy, unbalanced. You're taking an extra hop even after a lunge. Point the racket at your opponent, try to contact the shuttle higher, make your lunge slightly longer so that you can recover back more quickly.

    Your ready position for overhead forehands also needs some adjustment. As you prepare to hit you're pointing the racket head downwards which seriously affects your timing and consistancy. Think of Usain Bolt's pose after winning, something like drawing back an archers bow, get the racket set and paused ready to fire. Your racket arm should be bent at the elbow with an angle smaller that 90deg, racket head hovering just overhead, elbows up to shoulder height. You're now in a more linear position, in line with the shuttle path. Get the racket paused before you hit.

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    Hi guys,

    Here's a poor quality video of me. This is my 1st year in a badminton club, I'm the dude in black shirt.
    Any piece of advice much appreciated



    /Tybz

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubawamba View Post
    Hey hey! Here's an old video about me playing MS against a friend of mine

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JP1af...layer_embedded

    Feel free to leave any comments, I would really apreciate it! (rather good or not )
    Following on what coachgary said, I think you may also want to practice getting familiar with the boundaries of the court. You retrieved a number of shuttles that were going out. Knowing the boundaries will help you to conserve your energy and score points as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tybz2k4 View Post
    Hi guys,

    Here's a poor quality video of me. This is my 1st year in a badminton club, I'm the dude in black shirt.
    Any piece of advice much appreciated

    [video=youtube;NkufoDJuGLE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkufoDJuGLE[video]

    /Tybz
    A couple of things I noticed were footwork and preparation. A lot of the time you aren't getting to the shuttle properly with your racquet foot. Sometimes this means you take an additional step with your non racquet foot after hitting the shuttle.

    As for preperation - you could get sideways-on to the shuttle a lot sooner (for overheads). This will give more time to unwind when you hit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coachgary View Post
    I watched the first 5 minutes.

    The main improvement you can make is your ready position. Too often whilst waiting for the shuttle your racket is pointing at the floor. This makes you somewhat laboured in retrieving the shuttle when lunging to the side or foreward to the net, your contact point is very low, and you're top heavy, unbalanced. You're taking an extra hop even after a lunge. Point the racket at your opponent, try to contact the shuttle higher, make your lunge slightly longer so that you can recover back more quickly.

    Your ready position for overhead forehands also needs some adjustment. As you prepare to hit you're pointing the racket head downwards which seriously affects your timing and consistancy. Think of Usain Bolt's pose after winning, something like drawing back an archers bow, get the racket set and paused ready to fire. Your racket arm should be bent at the elbow with an angle smaller that 90deg, racket head hovering just overhead, elbows up to shoulder height. You're now in a more linear position, in line with the shuttle path. Get the racket paused before you hit.
    I agree with these points. His striking point on overheads is quite low as well.
    Last edited by amleto; 02-05-2011 at 09:48 AM.

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    Hi,
    here is 2 matches I did recently. Can you comment on it?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2B6xZPRovk

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6GxWQF0ouI

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GfvQYiOARo

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LaNKlr6nAc

    I'm the one in black and red.

    I've been told to keep my racket up but I still can't get rid of this bad habit

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    Quote Originally Posted by akatsuki2104 View Post
    Hi,
    here is 2 matches I did recently. Can you comment on it?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2B6xZPRovk

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6GxWQF0ouI

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GfvQYiOARo

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LaNKlr6nAc

    I'm the one in black and red.

    I've been told to keep my racket up but I still can't get rid of this bad habit
    sorry to ask this (my eyes are not good with colour)
    are you the one with stripped shirt?

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    Hi, I'm the asian one xD no strip

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    Quote Originally Posted by akatsuki2104 View Post
    Hi, I'm the asian one xD no strip
    ah.. I thought you are the other one because you put belgium as your location

    after I watched all four, in these untrained eyes, I think most of them are ok
    the only advice I can give would be: some of your serve is kinda high which resulted in your opp can do a surprise attack

    I do have a lot of advices for your friend though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    I do have a lot of advices for your friend though
    ya, for starters, he has to reverse his footing in his backhand serve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    ah.. I thought you are the other one because you put belgium as your location

    after I watched all four, in these untrained eyes, I think most of them are ok
    the only advice I can give would be: some of your serve is kinda high which resulted in your opp can do a surprise attack

    I do have a lot of advices for your friend though
    Haha yeah, we advised him a couple if time but he don't apply any if them.

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