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Badminton-What Destroys Your Smash (16) Grip too loose

Badminton-What Destroys Your Smash (16) Grip too loose


What Destroys Your Smash (16) Grip too loose I also see many players their grip is too loose before they smash and then they grip as they hit it because they have been told loose grip and then grip harder will give you more power logically yes only when the grip is reasonably reasonably loose but because this player listens it a lot and then understood in the wrong way watch my hands his set just before smash like this completely loose if I go stop him and then take racket away he loose because racket is completely hanging there he didn’t grip at all and then when he smash he try to grip it and he grips 1 second after he hits so loose grip very loose shuttle is coming and then he is beginning to grip hit at the impact his grip is not properly gripped so his shuttlecock is pushed away another clip I gave this example this is nail, this is hammer maximum grip hammer is 10 nothing is 0 this is very strong, thick nail you are hammering it to the wood would you grip your hammer nothing like that and then grip on the way I will bet if you do 10 of you might do it 9 of you will chop your hands because you loose control yeah the most ideal way is not grip too hard hammer is wrong either 10 none you should grip 2 or 3 2 or 3 power so you feel your grip already you feel your hammer you feel your racket already grip 2 to 3 to grip 9 or 10 makes less mistakes minimizing the mistakes but lots of players they grip too loose too loose grip and then tight grip change this to grip 2 or 3 out of 10 you are already gripped and then smash there is no margin of error CoachingBadminton.com

Comments (5)

  1. Thanks Lee for the tip. can you please confirm that you only hold grip the racket with 3 out of 10 tightness all the way though even at the point of impact when smashing?

    can you please do a couple of videos explaining and detailing how to use finger power?  to return the shoots. do you use finger power for smashing too or only for forehand drive and hand hand drive?
    many thanks

  2. Another great video! You really improved my badminton skills!

  3. hello lee i'm playing badminton a year .when i play the game what i understand opponent players hand or shuttle or opponent players racket.please reply often i see your all video clips its very useful.you are the badminton god.thank you lee

  4. I laughed at the analogy with a hammer. It's true; one would never grip at zero and try to hammer a nail in.

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