Category: Badminton Training
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How many of you have seen Goh Liu Ying training? Check out this video and see how much of effort Goh Liu Ying puts into her training!
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Want to smash like Lee Chong Wei, Lin Dan, Taufik Hidayat, Tan Boon Heong or even Fu Haifeng? Then you will need to know some secrets of the powerful smash. Watch this video and equip yourself with the correct kno...
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This video share to us on the method to return a serve in men doubles. A good return of service is ample so that we don't give any weak returns to our opponents to attack.
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Badminton players use the wrist 100% of the time whenever they are in the badminton court. Before we can play good badminton, we should increase our wrist power. Watch this simple video to learn some easy badminton tr...
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It is always useful if you have finger power in badminton. What sort of training one can do to achieve this? It is a simple exercise called the Plank on Fingers and Toes! Try it out
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We always need more power when we do a smash shot in badminton. How do we increase the power? This video will share some insight on how you can increase the power of your smash.
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You will need a good defense when you face an opponent that uses the smash to his advantage. Learn some tricks and tips from this video to return a smash in badminton.
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If you think your smash is not powerful or accurate enough, then try out the kinetic chain method to improve on your smash. Watch this video to find out more!
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Just like the previous video, this video emphasises on the strength of the badminton player forearm and wrist. 100% of our game in badminton uses the wrist and if you don't have a strong wrist, how are you going to pl...
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You will need strong hand, wrist and forearm if you want to play good badminton. Most of the players like Lee Chong Wei, Lin Dan, Jan O Jorgensen, Carolina Marin, Ratchanok Inthanon all have all the above attributes. ...
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Want to have a footwork like Lee Chong Wei on court? Not only that, you can increase the stamina of your footwork by just following some of these simple exercises. Try it out!
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It is not always that you must train your badminton in the badminton courts. You can also do some training at home. Watch this video and you will have a list of training that can be done at home. Try it out!
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Have you ever wondered how you want to build the perfect muscles for badminton? Of course you need to spend time in the gym to achieve it. Watch this video to learn more on how to achieve perfect muscles for badminton!
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Ever thought on having the agility like Lee Chong Wei in the court? Of course hard work is needed and you will need to follow these sets of exercises to improve on your agility.
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The slice drop shot can be done straight or cross court but the one that does the most damage is usually the cross court slice drop shot. In this video, the coach will teach you the technique to do the slice drop s...
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Have you seen a badminton gym before? If not, let's have a tour at the Gwangjin Gu badminton gym in South Korea!
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Do you know where is the contact point for an overhead stroke in badminton? If you don't know where it is, you must watch and learn from this coach.
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Even silver Rio Olympics medalist Chan Peng Soon has a problem with his short serve. What else if it's us? Watch this video to learn a trick or two to improve our short serve!
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A badminton practice where both players practice to do the drive and the intensity can be increase anytime and when needed. Simple but effective way to train your badminton drive!
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Warming up is essential before you start your training or a match in badminton. This is to avoid unnecessary injury. Learn some of these techniques and use it to good effect!