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Residential coaching weekend 20/21 November 2010
October 11, 2010
7:40 pm
Paul Stewart
Cheshire, UK
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February 15, 2011
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By now many of you will have read my review following my very first residential coaching weekend.

It was a huge success and a dream come true for me. But, I wasn't happy…Why? Because I couldn't give as much as I wanted to create even bigger transformations in some of the players.

It was always my plan to run more residential coaching weekends, as long as players around the country wanted them. I also wanted to offer a super-skills alternative to Badminton England's courses.

So, I've taken the plunge with this weekend and decided to tackle certain issues in a completely different way. That's why the first session after lunch is designed to solve your biggest badminton challenges. For most this will be re-building their backhand or helping them find a bigger smash. I honestly don't know what the biggest issue will be, but I like a good challenge.

After this we're going to do an attack versus defence blitz. In other words, the afternoon will be dedicated to building on the cornerstones of good league and club badminton and I believe we can take this to a whole new level.

All I can say to forum readers is to take a look at my article which will be released tomorrow and read the last review.

I honestly believe that this is best residential coaching weekend in UK and I hope that forum readers will really put me to the test by signing up and seeing how much they can improve in just one weekend.

Over to you now.

I hope to see you in November.


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