Since it is often rather difficult to find the few good badminton technique clips in the internal sea of bad to mediocre ones, I'd like to highlight a rather new YouTube channel which is presenting some high quality content and deserves to get some attention in the BC community: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfRMnJ4f02bKXts3OE8eOEw The topics covered are presented with a lot of detailed explanation and well made slow-motion clips and imo they are entertaining to watch. Some background on Tobias as found in the channel info page: "My name is Tobias Wadenka, i am professional Badminton Coach and Badminton Player. After a successful youth career with several national titles i moved to the german national training center in 2013, trained with the national squad and played international badminton tournaments all over the world, competing mainly in Mensingles. Since i moved back to my hometown in 2016 i am now half player and half coach. On one hand i am still competing in national and international events and train almost on a daily basis. On the other hand i am also working as a coach for the federation, where i train youth top players and educate other coaches. I am certified A-Trainer (highest badminton coaching license in Germany), and i am about to finish my BWF Level 3 Education as well as a special elite coach mentoring course. With this channel, i want to help as many people as possible to improve their badminton game and/or coaching by tutorials for all levels of players and coaches." And here are some clips that caught my attention in the first place: I hope you guys will enjoy it as much as I do. Oh, and thanks to @Mr Arc2 for the tip.