Badminton handbook : training - tactics - competition by Bernd-Volker Brahms

By Bernd-Volker Brahms

This publication is a compact, groundbreaking education guide that provides the reader an total perception into the area of badminton. it's divided into components. the 1st half bargains with education conception whereas the second one comprises history information regarding the game and its stars, hence giving the reader an total perception into the area of badminton.--back cover.

content material: 1. The philosophy of the sport --
2. apparatus --
three. varieties of grip --
four. The prepared place --
five. The hitting parts --
6. kinds of stroke --
7. The serve --
eight. The transparent (baseline shot) --
nine. The dropshot --
10. The spoil --
eleven. The force --
12. The backhand --
thirteen. web play --
14. working approach --
15. strategies (singles, doubles, combined) --
sixteen. education --
17. the contest --
18. harm probability and prevention (warm-up) --
19. Technical jargon --
20. the principles briefly --
21. From the backyards of Jakarta : document on badminton in Indonesia --
22. Badminton thesaurus --
23. Statistics.
summary: This booklet is a compact, groundbreaking education guide that offers the reader an total perception into the realm of badminton. it really is divided into elements. the 1st half bargains with education conception whereas the second one includes heritage information regarding the game and its stars, hence giving the reader an total perception into the area of badminton.--back disguise

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The body is tensed during the jump, like a tensed bow. • This body tension is finally dissipated with a fast, powerful hitting action. • The right forearm turns inward, then the wrist is flexed. • The shuttle is hit at its highest point in front of the body. • The player lands on the ground with the left foot, with which he can immediately start to move forward. • As the shuttle is hit, the arm is pulled right down. • The shuttle should land as near to the front of the opponent’s court as possible.

According to the rules of the game, the serve must be played underarm and never overarm like a tennis serve, and the shuttlecock must be hit below hip-height. These requirements, which are monitored by the umpire, restrict the type of stroke that Fig. 28: Serve can be played. Because the serve must be played underarm, the opponent can usually respond with an attacking shot. The aim of the serve should therefore be to avoid immediately being put on the defensive, and it is important to vary the serves so that the opponent cannot anticipate them.

The player starts from the ready position and takes several steps into the backhand corner. • the player should keep his eye on both the shuttle and his opponent for as long as possible. • the player’s body turns through at least 90°. • the last step before the shuttlecock is hit is a lunge with the right leg. • the right knee is slightly bent when the shuttle is hit. • the right foot points toward the sidelines. • the right shoulder points toward the right net post. • the racket is drawn back from below in preparation to hit the shuttle, the hitting arm elbow moves toward the net.

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