Badminton Tips - Using the Power of the
You’re expecting some killer technique or
un-expected Badminton tips that give you
an insight into the game here, aren’t you?
you’ve not been able to do, perhaps some devilish shot that you’ve watched in dumb amazement.
You want to know why certain people beat you, or maybe some shot selection or tactical advice to
help you beat them?
you are aren’t you?
OK, go on
the Internet, buy every Badminton Tips book from Amazon and subscribe to every Badminton
website. I guarantee your
game won't get any better, not least because you will have become a Couch Potato
and your eyesight will have become worse with all that reading.
the quick way to improving the way you play.
Badminton tips am I offering here then?
actually it’s some good old fashioned advice and common sense. Heed these words and put them in
to practice and you’ll certainly see a big difference in your game.
fitness side of Badminton as you should know by now can make a massive difference to the way you
play, that's obvious I know. If you’re unsure then have a good read through some of the pages on
No, one of
the best Badminton tips I can give you to help in your journey to becoming a better player is
the right selection of the players you choose to play
want to get better, YOU MUST PLAY AGAINST BETTER PLAYERS. Don’t be shy, they were once as bad as
you are now, maybe even worse!
this in itself is a very important point. You need to make sure that they aren’t a million miles
away from where you are now, just better than you. Ideally you should win some games but
certainly not all. If
you’re beating everyone you play against and you want to improve still further than it’s time to
move up a level.
and be clever, just work on the basics. Being ready, moving to the shuttle, hitting
the shuttle, how more basic can it get?
the difficult part..., think about what you’re doing, don’t just give it a moment’s thought, actually stop and analyze what you’re doing, break it
down into small chunks.
think about what you do. NOW watch and study how other people do it.
one of your problem areas and then for a couple of weeks devote a lot of your thinking time
during games or rallies to improving that area. For example if your clears never seem to reach
the back tramlines, practice that shot over and over again until they do.
take longer if your bad habit is well entrenched but if you find that you aren’t improving or
you seem unable to realise what the solution to the problem is then ASK for help. ASK someone to
watch you. ASK them to coach you to solve the
Badminton tips to improve your technique is more of a visual thing. Actually seeing a movement,
shot or technique is far more helpful than simply reading about it.
All I can
suggest here is that you get out there and play – but think about what you’re doing,
don’t just simply play.
the most underused and underdeveloped muscle in the human body?
brain – need I say more!
you want to improve your fitness for Badminton then you should follow a Badminton training program
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