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Badminton-Smash Defence in Doubles (5) Wall hitting practice-5 (try to hit straight and cross)

Badminton-Smash Defence in Doubles (5) Wall hitting practice-5 (try to hit straight and cross)


Smash Defence in Doubles (5) Wall hitting practice-5 (try straight and cross) This is very important everything is same because its new some of you when you try this one it will be difficult to make long hit without mistakes watch my face so this is not experienced player with this practice he hit 1 he hit 2 and then he made mistake yeah the players shakes his head he only tried only few minutes and already shakes the head I like this player he hits he couldn’t get again he hits again yeah hit again until when until he does it until he does it if he can do with this practice he will play some one who is better than him and he will play, play and play until he beat him its same thing so what ever you do practice or anything always challenge it when things are not going well never shake your head this way when things are not going well please shake your head like that yes I couldn’t do it, but I will do it shake your head like that never shake your head this way next one forehand one straight one cross one straight one cross straight cross straight cross have a look CoachingBadminton.com

Comments (7)

  1. Brilliant coach. Very helpful. Thanks very much

  2. What an effective kind of defence's training! Truly! I will practise it on my nearest training 🙂 It's perfect idea, Coach! Big thanks to you! I've been looking for something like that so long!
    I agree with you, that shaking of head from left to right is destructive. It happens with me sometimes. But now I will get rid from this bad habit! Thank you very much, Coach!

  3. Thanx coach such a great practice for defence.
    Need some help on return of smash when its in bodyline.

  4. Sir, thanks so much! You are a truly inspiring coach!

  5. Only finding these videos now. Brilliant

  6. Sir your advice will be taken care from today onwards.

  7. what grip to use for forehand and backhand??

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