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Badminton Footwork: Right Step and Wrong Step (part 2)

Badminton Footwork: Right Step and Wrong Step (part 2)


CoachingBadminton.com presents Right Step and Wrong Step Part 2 Its same 8 or 9 out of 10 club players practice there steps to rear corner like this they stand like that and then they start 1 2 3 4 5 or they start from right foot 1 2 3 hit 1 2 come back here start from 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 something like this so they start from one foot but in the real terms that is not possible because if you move one foot already you can’t change the direction the right way to move is that and then you go and then do that and then you go because the fact is you dont know where shuttle will go there fore every single time you have to look, the first step is this not one foot first See more Badminton Videos at www.coachingbadminton.com

Comments (12)

  1. this is the key 🙂

  2. @awesome6067 Thank you such comment. lee

  3. @hotplate8 Yes it is. Lee

  4. Damn, I wish you're my coach omg.

  5. Thank you very much, we appreciate your help sir. I think is the most important aspect of footwork.

  6. @fist444 Thank you too and I do agree that it is the most important step in badminton. Lee

  7. this has helped improve my badminton playing style..nice videos and nice infos…ty

  8. Nothing wrong with the sound in my opinion.

  9. Hi Coach Lee. I am interested in the footwork that you demonstrated on this video with covering the backcourt.

    When you mentioned that there is a need to step before pushing off, I tend to forget doing this eventhough I practiced a lot at home. In a real match, if I play singles, I keep forgetting to step first before pushing off.

    Can you please advise what I can do to resolve this forgetting problem when I play on the real match? Do I need to practice more?

    Thanks Coach Lee.

  10. Hello Coach Lee, I recently joined a small badminton club and most of the players were better than me (I never learned badminton under a trainer). I started looking at youtube videos online about the basics stances, steps and shots and I have to say, I found your videos to be the best! Very, very good, and I can see a marked improvement in my performance on court when I follow your instructions. Thank you so much!!

    P.S. I am heading over to http://www.CoachingBadminton.com.to check out your training materials.

  11. Hi coach lee I again have a question that is i have yonex gr 303 as my badminton racket i ppay pretty good . so should i take new racket if yes then which brand should i prefer if no then why??

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