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Badminton: Finger Power Training

Badminton: Finger Power Training


Training For Finger Power Hello, I am Lee thank you for coming to IBBS I hope you will enjoy this video I am going to demonstrate the importance of finger power also I am going to show you how to improve the finger power now, in order to give you good understanding the difference between using finger power and hitting shuttle without finger power, how is the difference I would like to show you that first so you can see, how much difference is there the first action is with finger power the second thing is without finger power just using wrist have a look please lifting from the net when you defend smash also same with finger power, without finger power is different smash please this is finger power without finger power backhand clear same have a look please this is finger power no finger power with just wrist hitting finally, drive backhand drive have a look please first one and second one is different so, this finger power and using this finger power during the stroke skills is essential, must in these days badminton now I am going to explain to you how to develop this kind of finger power, simple way one day perhaps 300 times in the morning 100 in the evening 100 something like this just sitting or standing stretch your arm and hands stretched look just hold it slowly and very hard 1 2 3 4 5 6 100 and then relax and do it again lunch time and in the evening time but do it well and properly like this rather than like that this is not good there is no power can be made from here slow and very hard first time, you will find very hard to do 100 continously this is basic way, simple way after that you can do push ups just stay in this position for some time about 20 seconds and after little while extend it if you are young junior, then do this first and then when you feel you have some power then you can move on to next one without practising go to this posture will be in a way bit dangerous, but be careful this kind of racket head cover will be very useful in developing your finger power for example like net kill you can do it with cover on so, the important thing to remember in practising like that with cover on is tap swing, rather than follow through have a look please forehand same rather than or backhand same this is wrist training rather than the finger finger, you must stop and come back in order to stop and come back you need this power have a look when you defence smash, also same you can do with cover on same, stop come back come back, come back that’s finger not like this, same come back rather than like this ok have a look please rather than or without shuttle cock you can do it by your self alone with cover on posture like this 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 if you do it perfectly 20 to 30 times you will feel hurting here as well as your palm but, if you do like this then you don’t feel it this is right practice when you are developing your finger power forehand, same 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 rather than 1 2 3 no you need to come back that means you are improving, increasing your power in your fingers I hope you find it beneficial to your badminton thank you

Comments (31)

  1. Thank you very much. Lee

  2. finger power rocks thanks. Lee ^_^!

  3. You are very welcome. Lee

  4. Yes you are perfectly right. Lee

  5. I asked the factory to do it. I did not do it manually. Lee

  6. How tight are the strings on your racket?

  7. Not too tight and it is about 25. Lee

  8. hello Lee… Nice to c all your video and i'm going to try finger power…….my tournament staring come week with one of the best player in my country……he is very fast in moving and power………my right knee paining so much Dr told me to rest but i still play so i have to improve my finger power….
    thnaks
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  9. Be very careful with your knee. Ones it get worse, it takes time to recover. I think it would be better to heal it first and make it strong before you play more. Lee

  10. Hi lee, how to train your leg strength?

  11. There are many ways to do it but doing footwork training on court is one of the best ways to do it. Lee

  12. That is also good too. Lee

  13. Coach lee. May i ask you? Between the footwork and the finger power, which 1 should be train first?

  14. Footwork first as then your body will be warm enough to do the finger power training. Better that way then the other way round. Kind reagrds

    Lee

  15. omg, amazing wrist strength.

  16. what is your rocket tension ??

  17. What is your racket ? Yonex ? Li ning ?

  18. Hello Coach Lee, would it be beneficial to use a squash racket to practise finger power training as it is a heavier racket? The shaft of a squash racket is much stiffer, so would this make a difference? So I guess what I'm asking is, when practising finger power (at home, and without hitting a shuttle, such as the training your demonstrated with the racket head cover) would using a squash racket be even better for finger power training??

  19. This is an awesome video Coach Lee.  I learned a lot.

  20. hello sir.howmany days i do this finger power excercises

  21. hello sir how to grip the racket loose or tight always?

  22. thank you lee.thank so much.

  23. awesome. Now I know the finger power is very important with wrist power. I didn't know that still now.
    Thank you so much! You are my best coach of badminton.

  24. Coach , this is really helpful , I was using my wrist & due to which the shuttle was either going very slow or hitting the Net.
    Thanks for helping the badminton world , your efforts are appreciated. Seeing your training videos made me play the game again after years. I am 34 but very fit & the power is back again.

  25. Yes, your clip indeed helps me better than my whole last 20 years of playing 😉

  26. how to do clear toss in forehand without impacting of shoulder.

  27. Its making tennis balls sounds

  28. Lee you are a savage beast of badminton. Thank you for great videos.

  29. i found my pull ups helped my finger strength. all though not everybody can do pull ups (it took me ages) Maybe just hanging from a bar could help.

  30. i have played badminton for 17 years and i have wished the coaches i trained with taught me these basic skills of using fingers. after applying what i learnt from your vid, i could do a proper full court backhand clear for the first time in 17 years. thanks Lee for teaching me what my coaches never taught me – the proper use of wrist, finger power and tapping movement

  31. I hope I am not asking a stupid/obvious question – is finger power something that we apply automatically OR we ‘activate it’ at close to impact with shuttlecock (so loose grip, then grip with finger power)?

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