Badminton: Follow Lee (2) The Net Kill 2-5 (How to change Grip)

Badminton: Follow Lee (2) The Net Kill 2-5 (How to change Grip) Follow Lee – Lesson 1-5 The Net Kill (How to change grip) Now very important element how to grip how to change grip to the shuttle cock how to change grip after made shuttle cock ok first of all when you are waiting grip like that ok watch ok I will show you without racket wait that’s ready grip ready grip ready grip backhand change grip ready ready change grip, you must cock so shuttle goes horizontally if you do that without cock you will hit it down when you change the grip cock the wrist so it goes flat safe Lee Jae Bok

Comments (23)

  1. Thank you soo much lee 🙂 this has really helped me, time to try it out there

  2. I am very pleased. Thank you too. Lee

  3. I've been watching a lot of your tutorial videos and they are tremendously helpful. Now I am addicted to this sport! I checked out your website and would really want the DVDs, however international postage is just too expensive (more expensive than the DVDs themselves!). If only the DVDs are available on or online (I am totally willing to pay the same price to get access to those videos). Anyway, thanks a million for the wonderful and extremely practical badminton tips!

  4. Thank you very mcuh for your kind comment on my clip/s and your ideas of put the DVDs onto Amazon. Lee

  5. thank you for all your videos. it has helped a lot in my game

  6. Thank you and I am very pleased to know. Lee

  7. i hate this skittles – taste the rainbow ad.

  8. This want went wrong with my backhand, I always forget to do the right grip. I hope to attend to one of your training session soon and meet you in person. Your a very convincing coach. Thanks for your all your videos it helped me to improve.

  9. I hope to meet you in person on a badminton court in the near future. Until then keep training and practicing. The time will come to us. Thank you for your kind comment. Lee

  10. Coach Lee, Thank you for your videos they ha have helped me a lot. I would like to know if you have made any videos with regards to badminton rackets? I think with your vast experience in the game you would be able to help us understand different types of rackets and their capabilities.

  11. Yes, I am planning to make a clip about choosing racket. Thank you for your comment. Lee

  12. It's good idea! will expect this video.

  13. OK I will do it some time late December. Lee

  14. I find that with a very aggressive player, i can never find the time to change grip. Even in peppering drills I always struggle switching between forehand and backhand grips. Any advice?

  15. One reason why you cant change grip well can be that you may not have nutural grip instead you may have forehand grip or backhand grip. So it will take too long time to change. You should have a nutral grip after a shot then change to backhand or forehand grip from nutural grip. It has to be done regardless how difficulty it is for you. Keep practice and find way to do it. There is way and you can do it. Be positive. Lee

  16. Coach Lee,

    Thank you so much for your video. I look forward to the day where I am able to join your training classes and met you personally too. I would like to gently point out that "nutural" should be spelt "neutral" when referring to the initial grip. 🙂

  17. Yes I always got it wrong and thank you for letting me know. I do hope to meet you too on a court in the future. Lee

  18. can on ban nhieu

  19. Awesome explanation.

  20. thanks sir for these series of videos for net kill,I was really having some problem with net kill.

  21. sir i cannot understand which grip you are showing first.

  22. I always wanted to ask about net shots – do you grip the same power (say 90%) from backwards swing to impact point (same 90%) OR from looser grip (say 20%) to tighter grip (90%)? This changing of grip power is what gives the power in a drive shot I understand but I am not sure about net kill. AND is the same for power kill and tap kill? Thank you….

Comment here