Manually Adjusting The Speed Of A Badminton Shuttle (Tipping)

Playing your game of badminton with the right speed of shuttle can make such a difference. This video runs through a simple yet effective way of ‘tipping’ the shuttle feathers to manually adjust the shuttle speed.

3 Comments

  1. Stephen February 14, 2010 at 9:37 pm

    Hey Paul,

    Interesting video I must say, since I saw someone doing the exact same thing, in a recent open tournament I went to with my College. Will pass it on next time I play. That bending of the feather in the tournament kept me pondering my mind and I was actually worried the guy I played with was actually ruining it or something. Haha…

    Cheers,

    Stephen

  2. Asif February 9, 2010 at 5:24 am

    hi Paul,

    me again!! hope ur doing well. i told my other friends about the video that ur making and we all are pretty excited. i don’t know on what aspects of the game u’ll be making this video on, but i’m sure it would help a lot of us. it would be really helpful if you touch on the subject on doubles game tactics, what sort of role the front and the back court player should play in a game as well as the mental aspects of it. you know i’ve been having trouble to make my partners understand what should they do when we are on the attack as well as in defense. also the breakdown of different badminton shots from the ready position (where the racket should be, the balance, whether to defend backhand with right leg in front or stand parallel with net etc.). my wish list is just endless it seems…lol

    hope to hear from you soon!!

    take care

    asif

    • Paul February 9, 2010 at 9:22 pm

      Hi Asif

      Great questions. All of these topics will be covered in my badminton video series.

      Can I suggest you email me with all of your suggestions as I want to make sure I’ve got them all covered in my series. Also, any future suggestions, please keep sending them via email.

      To your success

      Paul

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