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    a bit confuse with video footwork1.
    this is right handed player but he doesnt move his right leg to front when he is in backhand position.

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    Question A bit confused with video Footwork 1

    Quote Originally Posted by carpediem View Post
    a bit confuse with video footwork1.
    this is right handed player but he doesnt move his right leg to front when he is in backhand position.
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    It is best to have the racket foot to the front to allow us to obtain the best (maximum) reach if the shuttlecock is to be hit further away from us.

    But if the shuttlecock is closer to our bodies, we can play the shot with our non-racket to the front.

    However, it is best to make it a 'Good habit': Always try to have to racket-foot placed nearer to the net (whether the shot is taken closer to us or not).
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    Quote Originally Posted by carpediem View Post
    a bit confuse with video footwork1.
    this is right handed player but he doesnt move his right leg to front when he is in backhand position.
    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    It is best to have the racket foot to the front to allow us to obtain the best (maximum) reach if the shuttlecock is to be hit further away from us.

    But if the shuttlecock is closer to our bodies, we can play the shot with our non-racket to the front.

    However, it is best to make it a 'Good habit': Always try to have to racket-foot placed nearer to the net (whether the shot is taken closer to us or not).
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    If you haven't got the time to turn and set your right (racket) foot to the front (e.g. when defending against a smash), you move like that. Otherwise, like chris-ccc said, always set your racket foot to the front.

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    Wow, this is great helpful. Thanks you so much. I will try to a training footwork by myself. I hope not people look at me what are they thinking I'm doing.

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    Thumbs up Good habit: Always try to have to racket-foot placed forward

    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    If you haven't got the time to turn and set your right (racket) foot to the front (e.g. when defending against a smash), you move like that. Otherwise, like chris-ccc said, always set your racket foot to the front.
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    Another good video that demonstrates having the 'Good habit': Always try to have to racket-foot placed forward (whether the shot is taken closer to us or not) is found here;

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18QVP...eature=related
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    Another good video that demonstrates having the 'Good habit': Always try to have to racket-foot placed forward (whether the shot is taken closer to us or not) is found here;

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18QVP...eature=related
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    I wouldn't trust the other videos by Expertvillage - they're usually crap, and the Badminton vids are pretty bad as well :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    I wouldn't trust the other videos by Expertvillage - they're usually crap, and the Badminton vids are pretty bad as well :/
    Can you provide the link to the vid that gives crap ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    Can you provide the link to the vid that gives crap ?
    The table tennis vids are total crap for example (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LzUW...feature=relmfu & http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVfmM...feature=relmfu to begin with) - and seriously, just watch the video about the Badminton smash and tell me it's not bad. I don't want to insult anyone but I don't think posting videos teaching wrong technique is a good thing to do. Even though the guy in the Badminton videos may be a good player and perhaps even a good coach, there are several wrong statements&explanations in the videos.
    The one chris linked is actually not bad though (which we knew because he said so )
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    those video is from 80's ,..is it good for nowdays?

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    Tq Kwun..video 1 like dance movement classic..

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