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    What would you look for in a badminton academy ? Coaching technique ? The coach himself/herself (Is ex-international player a selection criteria)? Facilities in the academy?

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    all that u list
    but most important is the coach

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    u wanna join academy or what?
    btw, if u got $$$ of course u can join it

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    Coach is most important - less if he was an international player himself but I would look more at his achievements as a coach.
    Second is probably the sparring partner - see if the academy offers you a sparring partner who is above your level
    facilities and all the rest is really just 'cosmetics' ...

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    Coach is the most important. But I also look at the quality of the other players in the academy in terms of ability and I also look at there attitude to training. Theres nothing worse then training with those who can't be bothered.

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    Yes , Coach is defintly most important!

    I wouldn't mind if they were a not an international player , as long as they were a good player.

    Rerember some international players , arn't good coaches.

    Then , I would preferrably want better/the same level players. I would also want to be pushed , whilst training.

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    1st - coach

    2nd- sparring partners

    3rd - facility

    4th - how hard training is and altitude to training

    but still.. i nid to find a badminton academy in nz T.T

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    are there any that is open to anyone? ahaha

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