The complete guide to learn badminton from the expert.
What you'll learn
- Only $10. Best rate in town. For those who can't afford to pay more.
- By the end of this course, you will feel more confident in playing badminton and master them.
- As long as you are a badminton enthusiast or want to know more about the beauty of badminton.
These techniques and drills are a must to learn and it is used by even the best players in the world. It may look easy and fundamental but without doing it consistently, you will never improve. The more you practice, the better you get. No shortcuts. Do it diligently with discipline. Practice makes perfect. No numbness, no gain. You need not reach the pain barrier.
Your improvement is based on your intensity which you applied when you are in the court. You just need to push yourself to a higher level all the time. Different folks have differing pace. So, as you get better, the intensity of the speed and power must be increased. Tune your shots to near perfection.
The more you train and the number of shots you hit matters. If you hit 1000 times, it matters; and if you hit 1001 times, it matters more. If you don't train consistently, you will make silly mistakes giving points away. This is a big killer. Professionals train on these 6 times a week minimum. So how many days will you train?
With hardwork, dedication and sparring opportunities, you will reach the level which you want to achieve. Patience is key. Participating in tournaments also gives you more exposures. The experience is totally different.
If you don't have a coach or a sparring partner, you can always do shadow drills or dry runs; you don't even need a badminton racket to do it. Simple as that. Self discipline. Nothing can substitute passion with a good attitude.
Always analyse your training to see if you have improved since day one. Use a video starting from day one and see the improvements you had. If you are not improving, it means you are no longer motivated. You will need to relax and find ways to improve yourself. Ask me or your coach. Take videos of your game and send to me, I will help and analyse your game. This is the fastest way to be better.
Hope this helps. Watch it again and again as I may update the videos. There are descriptions for you to read in the videos to help you understand better. Use google translate if to convert to your native language. It helps other coaches as well. It takes a lot of effort to compile these. Thanks.
Who this course is for:
- It is intended for players of all levels. This includes beginners, intermediate or advance level. As long as you have not done these drill, it is a must to learn.
A veteran in badminton and still plays competitively and winning tournaments.
Coached many students and is the very first coach to do video analytics of all students to allow them to replay and improve their games faster.
Open to all students. No discrimination.
Students comes from all over the world including Japan and USA.