Basic Badminton Footwork Techniques

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  1. bmintonskills

    bmintonskills Regular Member

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    Umm, any particular areas you're struggling with?
     
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    The best thing you could do is record yourself (your phone should be a good enough camera) so that we can give specific advice :)

    The basic advice though is to always make sure to come back to the center. That will teach your body to always reposition yourself, and you'll be able to improve your footwork afterwards.
     
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    Just being out of position a fair bit
     
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    Thanks, I'll try recording and watching back, sounds like the best way to understand what I'm doming wrong.
     
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    That's a pretty non-specific.:)
     
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    And please post the video here so that we can help :)

    by the way I'm building a site to make video analysis easier if you want to upload it there dire (instead of YouTube that isn't that adapted for this kind of things): http://www.zerotoheroes.com/badminton
     

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