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By Bernd-Volker Brahms

The Badminton instruction manual is a compact, groundbreaking education handbook that offers the reader an total perception into the realm of badminton. it truly is divided into parts.

the 1st half offers with education concept whereas the second one includes history information regarding the game and its stars, hence giving the reader an total perception into the area of badminton.

The Badminton instruction manual is groundbreaking in lots of methods. It combines education conception and data approximately badminton stars by way of reinforcing simple reasons on badminton process with suggestions from the pros.

It not just relates the thrill of this activity with Asian origins, yet tells you all you want to find out about badminton from A to Z. it's a trustworthy reference booklet that readers should want to flip to time and again

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49: Smash phase 3 Fig. 50: Smash phase 4 In the first phase, the player shifts his bodyweight from the left to the right foot, as for the clear. The player watches the shuttlecock and uses his left hand to aim then draws his racket back to hit the shuttlecock. In the second phase, the weight is on the right foot. The upper body is turned parallel to the sidelines. The right arm is raised in order to hit the shuttlecock. In the third phase, the upper body turns as the shuttlecock is hit so that it ends up parallel to the back boundary line.

The hitting arm is accelerated through close to the lower leg. • the player’s weight is initially over his right foot, he then bends forward during the backswing and his weight is over his left foot at the end when hitting the shuttlecock. • the left foot is parallel to the center line while the right foot is placed at an angle of up to 90°. • during the movement, the hips shift forward and to the right. • after the shot, the racket follows through toward the left ear and the elbow is at head height.

This is the only way to achieve the ideal backswing, the ideal power transmission and to be able to hit the shuttle in the right place. The so-called frying pan grip (Fig. 15), in which the player holds the racket like a pan or a flyswatter, is totally unsuitable. This is a typical beginner’s error and can cause socalled tennis elbow if not corrected. In the correct position, the racket head is held at about 90° to the frying pan grip position. Beginners should start off using only the universal grip (Fig.

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