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Thread: Post videos of yourself playing
03-13-2012, 01:40 PM #1361
03-13-2012, 02:27 PM #1362
anything of 640x480 upwards is good - just make sure it has 50fps. Anything less can be a bit troublesome for such a quick sport^^
03-31-2012, 07:50 PM #1363
Who is responsible for putting this thread to sticky , since then no one has even posted a message !
03-31-2012, 08:07 PM #1364
No idea. I might take some vid tomorrow though, if it bothers you that much
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03-31-2012, 11:36 PM #1365
When I get great internet connection or go back home to my laptop in a week I will upload a video or two.
04-01-2012, 05:45 AM #1366
Same, since I have more time to play badminton
04-01-2012, 03:07 PM #1367
Had a fun session today, even though I'm still recovering from a wrist injury and the guy with the green stripe on his shirt was sick for 2 weeks.....as per use, I'm the tallest guy on court. Wearing the black&grey Li Ning shirt
Starts at 1-1.
04-01-2012, 04:56 PM #1368
time for revenge
your body position gets sideways on very frequently when you are in sides formation. I think it is better to be square on to the shuttle (I've never seen it suggested otherwise).
Last edited by amleto; 04-01-2012 at 04:59 PM.
04-01-2012, 05:04 PM #1369
Ya hard to get that habit out. When I'm in a position where the attacker takes the shuttle slightly to my right, I take my right foot back though - makes the forehand defense much easier as you have more space to move the racket. It's pretty much an emulation of LYD who enjoys much success with that stance
The longer we played, the more relaxed I got, and the lazier my movement around the court. The first match of the day was very one-sided because I was so fired up that I nailed down everything high
I've also noticed my smashes could be lots steeper on many occasions. They also looked a bit harder than last time I filmed myself, so maybe they don't drop as much before crossing the net [or I just screw up the angle]. Three things to work on, including my horrendous rhythm at the front (the split-step is WAY too late :O)
Edit: Haha, loving the dance my partner does around ~14:15 Didn't see that when editing it
Last edited by j4ckie; 04-01-2012 at 05:06 PM.
04-02-2012, 11:40 PM #1370
I had some time in the ASIANA lounge at the Incheon airport in Seoul,
Korea this morning and was able to convert and upload the video of my
match from Vietnam before I fly out to Japan.
So here it is, I am on the right side of the video (far side of the
court) with the orange shoes on if you can tell. I apologize that me
and my opponent wore the same colors, it didn’t help that I had
another yellow shirt in my bag >.<
This is game 2 of the match against Jacob Malieka  from RSA. I
made a lot of simple unforced errors some simply off returning serve
which is not something I am proud of. I was very inconsistent and
unable to keep rallies going, there is no excuse for this. I was
simply not up to par with the standard of badminton being played. I
can easily find many weaknesses and flaws in my technique, game,
footwork, and strategy through this match.
That being said there are aspects of the match that I am happy with
and some rallies that I am proud of and very happy. I have seen some
progress in my game it isn’t a huge leap forward but it’s a small step
in the right direction. Time will help with that and at this point I
just have to keep working hard, become stronger, faster, and smarter
Last edited by nbonkowsky; 04-02-2012 at 11:51 PM.
04-03-2012, 12:01 AM #1371
i am currently in japan and onoly have the hotel computer for internet at 100yen for 10min. i dont know if the youtube link works if not i will post one on saturday when i get back to korea. if a mod can fix it or knows what the problem with the video was that would be awesome. thank you.
04-03-2012, 12:10 AM #1372
jackie: you gotta practice your serves! very easy to do by yourself
04-03-2012, 12:52 AM #1373
04-03-2012, 02:00 AM #1374
nice vid, maybe 2 things you could consider:
1. your net-drops are often times not tight enough. too often, it's quite easy for your opponent to recover after you play a net-drop.
2. you always play fast drops/almost stick-smashes from the rear court. try to mix in some slow, very short drops to keep your opponent moving and get him out of position. most of the times, he can reach your drop with just one step.
04-03-2012, 04:55 AM #1375
Usually, I start training with warm-up, a few minutes of footwork, and then 10-15 minutes of serving. Getting to the stage where I hit the lid of a tube of shuttlecocks in a training situation. Need a little more time with the string, the BG80 plays very different from the 80Power imop...much harder.
04-03-2012, 05:14 AM #1376
i think the main thing for you to become a better player (which is true for many players at your level...) is: CONISTENCY!
you have some nice shots, quite good technique, everything fine. but you make quite some unforced errors. maybe trying to play to complicated, sometimes a bit too late and still try to go for the killer-shot, sometimes a bit lazy, sometimes a bit too relaxed/not concentrated. you know what i mean?
the key difference to the next level (or 2 levels) is consisteny...
keep on working, do (silly) routines to make your game less error prone.
and always remember to better make a decent, save shot 9 out of 10 times than a spectacular excellent shot 5 out of 10 times...
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04-03-2012, 05:39 AM #1377
If you got any further tips, I'm always grateful
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