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Badminton_lecture_2[1] - Badminton lecture 2 To prep for a...

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Badminton lecture 2 To prep for a competitive game, the board suggest that players do typical warm up exercises(eg.toe touches, trunk twists, arm circles, and hand stretches) When swiping the shuttlecock overhead or at the right side of your body, you should grip the racket with your forehand. Conversely, serves on the left side of your body should be made with a back handed grip For a forehand grip, hold the racket with your fingers--not with your palm.
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Badminton lecture 2 cont.d Lay the racket across your fingers and palm, and the fingers should maintain a firm hold. The racket should be held near the end of the handle. When you are performing powerful shots, hold the racket firmly and when you execute soft shots use a looser grip.
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Badminton lecture 2 Turn your hand counterclockwise until the V is on the top angled bevel, When attempting to drive or clear the shuttlecock, place your thumb flat against the back bevel of the handle. When on the receiving end of a shot in a singles match, you should stand in the middle of the court.( a good opponent will try to sway your away from this base)
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Badminton lecture 2 Stand in that position with your weight balanced. Maintain relaxation with both arms in front of your body (no stiffness) Attempt to gauge the final direction of the shuttle as it leaves your opponents racket. When you have made a final judgment, move your feet and pivot your body by the time the shuttle crosses the net
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Badminton lecture 2 Keep your body ready to move in any direction by keeping your weight on the forward part of the knee. Remain stationary until your opponent hits the
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