Are You Talking Yourself Into A Poor Performance On Court? – Part 2

2018-02-12T12:56:33+01:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Fitness & Nutrition, Coaching Corner, Fitness|Tags: , , , , , |

In Part 1 you discovered the various components of performance which are conditioning, skill, nutrition and psychology. I challenged the belief that a third party can motivate you and explained that, in general, nobody can motivate you except yourself, [...]

What Do You Do When It’s All Going Wrong in Your Badminton Match?

2016-11-09T09:48:14+01:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Strategy & Tactics|Tags: , |

A forum member recently wrote about a tournament they played in. They reached the final and won the first game. Sadly, their opponents then changed tactics which resulted in a complete turnaround in the match, with the opponents winning the [...]

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+01:00By |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+01:00By |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 [...]