By Bernd-Volker Brahms
This e-book is a compact, groundbreaking education guide that provides the reader an total perception into the realm of badminton. it really is divided into elements. the 1st half bargains with education idea whereas the second one includes historical past information regarding the game and its stars, therefore giving the reader an total perception into the area of badminton.--back cover.
content material: 1. The philosophy of the sport --
2. apparatus --
three. different types of grip --
four. The prepared place --
five. The hitting components --
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. internet play --
14. operating strategy --
15. strategies (singles, doubles, combined) --
sixteen. education --
17. the contest --
18. harm hazard and prevention (warm-up) --
19. Technical jargon --
20. the principles in short --
21. From the backyards of Jakarta : document on badminton in Indonesia --
22. Badminton word list --
summary: This booklet 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 thought whereas the second one comprises heritage information regarding the game and its stars, therefore giving the reader an total perception into the area of badminton.--back disguise
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Extra info for Badminton handbook : training - tactics - competition
2009 10:28 Uhr Seite 31 THE HITTING AREAS The sidehand . . • The shuttlecock is hit above hip-height and below shoulder-height; • Can be either a forehand or backhand stroke and • Can be played as a drop, clear, net shot and drive/swip. The underhand . . • The shuttlecock is hit below hip-height; • Can be either a forehand or backhand stroke and • Can be played as a serve, net shot, clear and drop. The overhand . . • The shuttlecock is hit above shoulder-height; • Can be either a forehand or backhand stroke; • Can be played as a smash, drop and clear and • The round the head stroke is a peculiarity in that it is a forehand stroke played from the backhand corner.
The aim of the shot is mostly to score a direct point. It is composed of a backswing, hit and follow-through. The jump smash is particularly demanding, and by jumping the player increases the angle with which Fig. 45: Clear, smash, drop the shuttlecock flies into the opponent’s court. The stroke sequence can be understood by referring to the photos and descriptions below. 2009 10:29 Uhr Seite 50 BADMINTON HANDBOOK Fig. 46: Smash phase 1 Fig. 47: Smash phase 2 Fig. 48: Smash phase 3 Fig. 49: Smash phase 4 In the first phase, the player shifts his bodyweight from the left to the right foot, as for the clear.
37: Clear phase 4 In the first phase of the clear from the back boundary line, the player watches the shuttlecock and prepares to hit it as soon and as high as possible and in front of the body. The player’s bodyweight is initially over his left foot, and the left foot is almost parallel to the back boundary line. The body on the other hand is parallel to the sidelines. In the second phase, the full bodyweight shifts to the slightly bent right foot, and the right foot moves parallel to the back boundary line, while the racket is brought back.
Badminton handbook : training - tactics - competition by Bernd-Volker Brahms