Badminton lecture # 3
Early signs of the game of badminton
dates back to the Chinese game of TJian
Other Asian countries like Japan and India
played a similar game.
The English used a battledore (bat) to
strike a cudgel( shuttlecock).
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
Badminton Lecture 1
Badminton is played with rackets on a court
divided by a net.
What separates it from the other crop of
racquet-centered sports is the use of a
shuttlecock, which cannot touch the ground
during a play.
Badminton can either be played ind
How is play started? Bloss chapter 3 pg. 17
K now unwritten rule # 1(conduct on court) Bloss, chapter 3 pg. 25
Who can only communicate with the players on the court Bloss chapter 3 pg. 25
K now who a player is, Chapter 3, pg. 17
K now what ca