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Badminton-The best possible way to get ready after low service in doubles

Badminton-The best possible way to get ready after low service in doubles


The next one, after you service, what would you do where would you cover the net ya, ok so your job, after low service is cover the net so now look serve two feet together, ready together so ready for both sides some players they do that and then be ready like that or they do and ready like that no, its not the one foot it has to be together, because you can go any side ok now, follow me one by one, set after service stay there don’t move ready, set serve and then jump ready ok well done ok, Sean too many steps you are too far, move forward ya bring it up up ya yes yes James, service ready I will do the net play kill it 1 2 3 yes 1 2 3 ready, you don’t know which side because you don’t know which side you have to be ready both sides ok so this step will allow you to go both sides ready, quickly ready 1 2 3 ok, Sean 1 2 3 well done one more ok you make this clear to see where 1 2 3 very good 1 2 3 yes make this clear ready 1 2 yes serve ready, hit ready, hit ready, ok continue ready 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 ready 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 ready well done 1 2 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 1 2

Comments (14)

  1. Utterly fantastic! A new Scottish fan! M y coach Jamie Neil of Scotland told me about you and im glad he did!!! Just moving to Holland and looking forward to playing even more. Thanks!!!

  2. great tip! keep the videos coming! im subscribed to your channel cos I find them short, concise and very useful

  3. @ninjateamariana Thank you and I am very pleased to know. Sure I will keep it going. Lee

  4. @Rzaoutlaw I must thank your coach Jamie Neil for mentioning about me to you.
    Thank you for your nice comment. Lee

  5. Another great video .Thank you.

  6. @ronbiggs Thank you too. Lee

  7. super, from now on I'll know what to do after each low serve, thank you coach Lee!

  8. @mariadicuableable I am very pleased. Lee

  9. As a recreational player, our team…go to the court, make some stroke and start play without any type of training. With this video i'll try to make some changes to make our team more power and brave to facing the good one. Very much appreciate to your kind approach.

  10. I am very pleased to know that my clips can be used for training your club players. Good luck and let me know if there is anything I can be a help. Lee

  11. Not sure whether you ask them to 'jump' to 'prepare for the shot' is a good idea, especially right at the net after serve. Though thats only a small fraction of time, you cannot react to anything as you are in the air. The better way would be always keeping one foot on the ground when possible.

  12. I can see where your question is coming. The key question is when you should be in the air. You have to be in the air before your opponent hits. You should be on the floor as soon as your opponent made the shot. You are perfectly right if you are in the air when he is making shot, you can not move as you are in the air. This is the important skill to know when you have to be in the air. It is all different depending on your opponent hitting time. How late, how early he is making his shot. Lee

  13. U teach in what country

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