Why Is It That Whenever We Discuss Doubles Positioning On A Badminton Court, We Never Consider The Non-hitting Player?

2018-08-13T16:28:20+00:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Training|Tags: , , , , |

Recently, I’ve been focussing on doubles positioning with players I’m coaching. During the sessions I was testing a new theory of mine and used a device I’d never used before. The difference in the results the players achieved in [...]

Building a Bullet Proof, Highly Positive, Super-Charged Badminton Player Who Simply Refuses To Give Up or Believe They’re Beaten Until The Last Point Is Won – Part 1

2018-08-13T19:41:44+00:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Training, Coaching Corner|Tags: , |

The main theme in my last coaching article revolved around getting rid of bad behaviour on the badminton court that was leading to poor results. I provided a number of techniques which essentially involves “re-framing” what was happening and [...]

Is Your Mindset Destroying Your Chances of Winning Your Badminton Match?

2017-08-22T23:07:28+00:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Training|Tags: , , , |

I’ve been following a very interesting thread on my forum recently where members have posted a range of scenarios that have contributed to a change in fortunes on court with disappointing and frustrating results.It’s sometimes very difficult to stop situations [...]

Secret Badminton Skills You Must Possess In Order To Out Manoeuvre, Outplay And Outscore Your Opponent To Win The Game – Part 3

2017-04-08T11:52:14+00:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Basic Skills, Badminton Strategy & Tactics, Badminton Training, Coaching Corner|Tags: , , , , , |

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

2018-08-08T09:57:37+00:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Basic Skills, Badminton Strategy & Tactics, Badminton Training, Coaching Corner|Tags: , , , , |

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 [...]

Little Known Exercises To Significantly Improve Your Badminton Footwork

2017-08-22T23:26:25+00:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Basic Skills, Badminton Training, Coaching Corner|Tags: , , , , , |

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 [...]

Are You Serving Short In Badminton To Win A Point or To Start A Rally?

2018-11-19T12:40:27+00:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Basic Skills, Badminton Strategy & Tactics, Badminton Training, Coaching Corner|Tags: , , , |

I’ve often talked about the short serve in badminton being the most neglected part of the game. It’s an area professional badminton players take very seriously and spend hours working on every week. So why is it that club and [...]

Improving Your Badminton Smash – Exercise 3

2017-08-22T23:46:44+00:00By |Categories: Badminton Basic Skills, Badminton Training, Coaching Corner, Racquet Technique|Tags: , , , , , , |

This video provides an overview of the 3rd exercise outlined in my previous article '3 Simple Tips To Increase The Power Of Your Badminton Smash'. PLEASE ONLY VIEW THIS ONCE YOU HAVE READ THE ARTICLE [...]