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How to Do Footwork Drills | Badminton Lessons

How to Do Footwork Drills | Badminton Lessons


Another popular training drill is footwork
and this is very useful. Especially if you don’t have someone to practice
with. You can do this on your own. As I mentioned briefly before, there are two
ways to improve your game in badminton. Learning how to move efficiently and effectively. And learning how to hit the shuttle properly. Essentially, you want to start off close to
your base. And your base should be somewhat between the
base line and the net. Maybe a little bit close to the net. And you want to practice moving towards the
four corners of the court. So also important, if you’re right handed
like me, to lead with your dominant leg. In this case my right leg. So I’m just going to show you movements to
the four corners of the court. Forehand net shot. Come back to the base. Backhand net shot. Come back to the base. Forehand rear court. Come back to the base. Backhand rear court. Again, I’m going to do it a little bit faster. Continuous motion. Remember; always come back to the base. Keep those knees bent so you’re ready to move
in any direction. And that’s your basic footwork drill.

Comments (10)

  1. everyone dislike and unsub

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  3. Can this guy actually play badminton?

  4. he learned by reading not by doing much ppl can tell he doesnt play much. i believe he is very theoretical in expaining stuff and doesnt come across as a pro.

  5. There are 6 point to move forward, not only 4 corners. All movement, meaning footwork, must be done in an imitation manner like you actually hitting a bridy. Thus, programing your motions in subconscious deeply so you don't have to think about your technique while playing the game.

  6. During my training, its 6 corners not 4

  7. he stays at the front line throughout? his baseline are exposed and he would not have enough time to react…

  8. Okay, this video is NOT technically good. Your base is way too close to the net. Movement is individualize, but man — sorry Chris — the base should be at least two racket lengths away for the front service line. The reason is that it is easier to move forward than backward. Training for 4 versus 6 or 8 points on the court is up to the individual. Most top badminton players train 8 points (don't forget straight in front and back).   

  9. may i know from where you learn your badminton skills? lol lol lol … disgrace to badminton coaches,,, kindly remove all your videos… your not good,,, u need lessons . practicals … not by watching BWF coaching lessons or not by attending shuttle time coaching form..

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