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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    I think its timing and harmony. If you have one person who has massive triceps but wimpy muscles everywhere else, he'd be outsmashed by someone who has learned to move all his muscles in unison and harmony together.

    "The whole is greater than the sum of its parts."

    and of course, you need good technique.
    Most brilliant comment for this thread so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1and1giv2 View Post
    Most brilliant comment for this thread so far.
    Based on what WCH said "Play with full-hearted"

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    form! it's all about form and the point of contact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jchan04 View Post
    form! it's all about form and the point of contact.
    any good tips for the form / positioning for smash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirby3 View Post
    any good tips for the form / positioning for smash?
    i'm not an expert but here is what i've been told:

    Contact the shuttle has high as possible, your swing should follow through, get under the shuttle, be early to prepare for contact, although contacting the shuttle should be at a perfect timing. theres lots of youtube vids that describe how to perfect a smash. if you're jumping, try putting your body weight in when smashing....


    like i said, i'm not a pro but i think these are good enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disney View Post
    Shud say that smashing is easy..a good smash or so call "proper smash" is a combination of a group of movement that involve foot until ur racket..there is a video in youtube showing the actual movement of a professional player smashing in slow motion and as well analyzing it through computer.

    basically, is wen you jump, u bend ur knee and the ur foot will start to collect power and energy..wen u started 2 jump, the power n energy started to transfer for lower body 2 upper body..u will be bending ur hip in S motion to genarate more power and transfer them to the shoulder..then u r about to swing out a smash..the differences is, usually normal people don't swing with their wrist..wen u ar just swing ur shoulder and ur arm to attemp a smash, ur smash will still b fast enough to kill ur opponent..bt its fast bt wightless or so call powerless; as if u swing with ur wrist, the shulter will move a bit faster bt carry certain weight or v call it powerfull..this will cause ur opponent need more power to return the shulter to backcourt..if the opponent doesn't hv enough wrist power, usually the shulter might happen returning to the mid court and there is where the kill happens..
    do you have the video link?

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