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Badminton Forehand Net Deceptive Flick (9) Steps and Body Posture

Badminton Forehand Net Deceptive Flick (9) Steps and Body Posture


Forehand Net Deceptive Flick (9) Steps and Body Posture How to move your feet from ready to the shuttlecock I personally disagree with this movement watch this very common movement I see ready move this one and then this one what I mean is my left foot goes that way and then right goes that way why I disagree with this step because my left leg is going that way my upper body is changing and then changing again so my body is moving also second reason my weight will go too much here because my left is running but then how my left should go that way watch this please 1 2 3 so watch my face watch my body 1 2 3 nothing changes compare 1 2 3 too much movement shuttle is deeper then this one should go that way left 1 2 3 so my face, my chest is not moving at all it is balanced. watch again 1 2 3 or 1 2 3 instead of 1 2 3 badminton players need to move short distance fast with balance lots of side step movement is better than field track running movement too much weight too much body movement 1 2 3 so at 2 you hold the shuttlecock 1 2 so you are already prepared 3 is just hit not 1 2 3 like that ok 1 2 ready 3 hit so what I am saying is before you hit the shuttlecock everything must be already prepared so at the impact you do not have to change your racket face, angle or anything at 2 everything is ready, compare so 1 2 ready 3 hit 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 wrong way 1 2 3 1 2 3 quite often that will happen because this one moves too much ready 1 2 3 4 ready 1 2 3 4 ready 1 2 3 4 ready compare 1 2 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 ready 1 2 3 4 ready 1 2 3 4 ready Visit coachingbadminton.com If you would like Coach Lee to see your action clip and make correction video. CoachingBadminton.com

Comments (12)

  1. Another great clip lee
    I don't know weather u had chance to read last post but next year summer July August time. my students wants to trained and willing to commit for one month disciplined programme. Please let me know if this is possible.
    Thanks
    You virtual student
    Anand

  2. Hi Lee
    Atm I got four player who I train on one to one basis. It was my proposal to go away from England and train at least 4 to 6 hours a day with structured programme. And all have given me green signal. There is no one part from you in my mind as I am a huge
    believer of you methods of coaching. Perception of badminton sports. And as a coach I have inspired a lot from you. So I will be bringing four players and yes they will want to train under you.
    I will be there for whole period to assist if required
    Tks
    Anand

  3. Hi Lee
    I will Def. Come back to you on this and glad to know that it's possible. I believe you will be in Canada ( markham I think ) for at least next couple of years
    Tks

  4. Hi Lee
    I will Def. Come back to you on this and glad to know that it's possible. I believe you will be in Canada ( markham I think ) for at least next couple of years
    Tks

  5. Hello Coach Lee
    I'm a varsity of our school but i have a problem on timing in Jump smash even the shuttle cock is too high and even smashing infront of the court please help me sir. 
    thank you so much =) 

  6. Hi Lee, Can you use this grip for a deceptive cross court net shot?

  7. I got the point. Move like a crab, lol.

  8. Lee, i like to hit this shot with the backhand side? is this wrong 🙂 I feel i have more control and better lifts with the backhand

  9. where I go coaching our sir taught us to take out left leg and basically the wrong way thankyou coach Lee!

  10. wonderful video coach lee…useful tip..👌.esp correcting the mistake of weight transfer that is usually taught…

  11. Hi Sir ,I would like to come to you and I want to take Coaching from you .my name is Ravi Teja from india

  12. Looks like how fencers move.

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