Better double play in badminton
Better double play - Timing in the front
Most direct points in badminton doubles are scored on the net - however, the front fielder has to have a good stroke timing a good flapping motion - if this is not the case, often a lot of "penalty kick" will be awarded.
The following badminton video in high-speed shows in great detail on which two points - concerning the arm and racket - it "comes down to it" in the front field.
The closed exercise is designed as a sequence in the game. The two points:
- "Ready position", if ("timing" !!!!) your own partner has hit the ball in the back of the field
- short flapping motion
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Both points are immensely important if you really want to take advantage of the advantageous situation. If the timing is wrong, eg too late, the front-fielder is no longer properly behind or under the ball. Many players often have the racket too early or all the time "up" - but usually too far in front - this naturally also causes problems , usually too late a return movement or a too stiff impact movement. Learn More Here classmet quotes
If the flapping motion - in other words, the movement of the arm is too big - the ball usually gets an impulse that goes too steep down. The ball lands on the net. We are looking for a relatively short stroke movement: this can be achieved by forearm rotation and shortened arm loops (see video), usually over the head or over the shoulder, or through a combination of forearm rotation, extension movement in the elbow, and release in the fingers at meeting points far in front of the Body (see article double ) happen.
Now the exercise - relatively simple: The defending player strikes, followed by a smash from the back, a counter-attack and a killing of the front-fielder.
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