Better late than never… Former GB National coach Stuart Wardell has joined my coaching team for my next training camp on September 16-17. This is an advanced course and we look forward to welcoming players from across the UK [...]
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Since I launched my badminton blog in 2009 I have written numerous articles coaching articles, sometimes covering subjects rarely discussed by badminton players. I’ve also written so many racket reviews and recorded a few videos on specific elements of the [...]
This article has resulted from a recent enquiry for my residential coaching weekend. Here’s the story… A previous attendee from my first residential coaching weekend recently emailed me expressing interest in the Advanced Course in September. He explained that his [...]
I have had the honour to coach many players at Lilleshall National Sports Centre since our first residential badminton coaching course in September 2010. During this time it’s been a pleasure to meet and work with so many keen players [...]
What Will We Be Coaching at Lilleshall This Weekend 18/19 February 2012 and What Can You Learn From This?
We're all getting excited here in the run up to our 5th residential badminton coaching weekend at Lilleshall in Shropshire, UK. As you know, I rarely mention the course at all on my blog posts, especially revealing some of the [...]
Occasionally, finding the right gift for a badminton player can prove somewhat difficult.You’ve got the racquets, clothing, shoes and bags and your membership for the club is already paid at the beginning of the season.So, with this in mind, what can a relative [...]
It seems only yesterday that we celebrated the end of the badminton season in UK. And suddenly it won’t be long before our new season commences. Whether you’re an individual or part of a team or club who’s looking for [...]
Since my last article, I’ve had a number of emails thanking me for clarifying what an intermediate player was in my eyes. This was important to many players who wanted coaching and yet thought my residential weekends were [...]