Badminton-What Destroys Your Smash (10) Not doing STEP ONE

Badminton-What Destroys Your Smash (10) Not doing STEP ONE

What Destroys Your Smash (10) Not doing STEP ONE Another important one is the step smash lots of people only think it comes from wrist, the forearm rotation way of hitting turning their body but 20% of power in your smash can be generated by having correct feet movement especially the starting step the STEP ONE look when opponent hits shuttlecock anywhere the height the speed, the length is all different you must have step to see those differences which is the STEP ONE shuttle goes faster one and then go shuttle goes higher longer one another one go shuttle goes really high in the international match one you can move more steps and then go all those choices can be made from this STEP ONE but many club players they don’t do the STEP ONE they are just here shuttle goes go like that and then they smash go smash it should be opponent hit look and then go look and then more steps, less steps slow steps, faster steps can be decided after this one going back one where you are go 1 yeah ok ready 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 ONE make clear not too exaggerated but ONE 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 compare the club players beginners no step that step ready just run like that like that like this like this so please do that step when the question is when after after opponent hit you do one like this again watch the timing ready I hit one too late hit one hit one hit one hit one this is the timing watch 1 2 3 bang 1 2 3 bang that way after ready 1 2 because I hit and he moves I cannot deceive him because he moves after I hit it many club players questioning me Lee if I move after I don’t have time to go to the shuttlecock then I say he hasn’t hit it he is hitting you want to go early where would you go because you don’t know where shuttle is going to go then they don’t answer they cannot answer so watch this please a smash with one 1 2 3 4 after watch timing 1 2 3 bang like that I hit he goes after 1 2 3 4 watch this same time when I hit it you go you go like that ready go no you are still late still not wrong same time yeah like that ready same time yeah again ok watch shuttle try to go same time any where try to hit smash anywhere go same time that will happen so please do the one before you smash one and then smash but do one after opponent hit and then do one that way you only know you possibly know how much you have to push how many steps you have to make how quickly, how slowly you have to go because you know the shuttlecock

Comments (13)

  1. Coach lee i practice at home wifout shuffle like backhand or forehand clear wif alot of power because i want to improve my wrist and den i get to the court then when i hit shuttle i feel like my shots misshit and even less power den i stop practising at home den my shots become better ;( so how to i practice at home

  2. I was thinking the same about losing time making that "step one" but you answered it! Makes a lot of sense now that you've explained it and it's so obvious! Thanks!

  3. 9번이 아니라 10번이네요~

  4. Very helpful. Thanks for the video Coach Lee

  5. best clip about "step 1"!  ))

  6. I guess the skill you introduced does not apply only to smash, but also other preparatory return of rally. It is obvious that we can estimate how far, how fast and what direction to make a return. Thanks a lot, Coach Lee.

  7. Dear sir
    I had learnt a lot from ur videos. By seeing ur videos it makes me to love badminton even more.. I would like to get practice from you… MY MASTER….

  8. i love the way u teach ,amazing.

  9. Thx coach lee. You deserve 10x more views.

  10. You are marvelous coach. You make everything clear and to the point. You are an inspiration for anybody.

  11. Took me a while to work out reasons for doing step one…one reason I suspect may be because it puts the player into side stepping mode instead of walking/tumbling/rolling towards the destination. It activates the muscles for the imminent sequence of ‘hopping’ actions. The temptation otherwise is to run, which is a natural reaction, especially under pressure. Running throws your CG out. Hopping/side stepping keeps it close to your body. I think these are technical reasons for the biomechanics of this initial hop.

  12. it increases your speed by 1.50percent according to my experience,thx coach

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