In the first part of my Badminton Flick Serve article you discovered the tactical application of a flick serve for beginner and intermediate standard players. Part 2 of this series takes a deeper approach by looking at the finer [...]
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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 [...]
As badminton coaches we teach players about the dangers of lifting the shuttle. However, there are times when a lift can be tactically advantageous. In this article you'll discover the tactical application of a badminton flick serve. Whenever you [...]
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 [...]
Secret Badminton Skills You Must Possess In Order To Out Manoeuvre, Outplay And Outscore Your Opponent To Win The Game – Part 3
Summary In the first part of this series of badminton skills articles, you discovered the different style of player. In part 2 I shared my thoughts on identifying your opponents strengths and weaknesses via a skills audit, albeit most [...]
Secret Badminton Skills You Must Possess In Order To Out Manoeuvre, Outplay And Outscore Your Opponent To Win The Game – Part 2
In the first part of this series of articles, you discovered the different styles of badminton player. Some of you emailed me or commented on my blog which style you are and also, which style of player causes you [...]
Secret Badminton Skills You Must Possess In Order To Out Manoeuvre, Outplay And Outscore Your Opponent To Win The Game – Part 1
Have you ever played against an opponent you believe you should beat, but never have? Have you suffered the frustration of knowing you are that close to a momentous win and yet can’t seem to make the breakthrough? Or, [...]
If You’re Serious About Improving Your Badminton Footwork, Then Read On… I recently answered a great post on my forum, which began on the subject of the best way to improve your badminton. The original post suggested that [...]