Basic formulas of badminton technique, remember these 32 words:
Hold racket firmly: in non-strike state, racket should not be tightly squeezed, and handle should be able to rotate flexibly for various striking movements; The ball moves clearly and line is clear.
Long swing and short shake: when hitting ball, especially when ball is long and smashing, shoulders and arms must be completely free. The power of hit is guaranteed, and a strong movement can confuse opponent; and control of landing point depends on shaking of wrist.
High pressure and low lift: when playing in backcourt, wrist must feel forward pressure, otherwise ball will be slow and easy to attack; when defending, arm must be fully and quickly raised to avoid a passive hit.
Tackling and close collision: ball in backcourt must be in place first, hand drives wrist, force is large and powerful; >
Horizontal placement of crutch: throwing a short slanted ball into middle and front zone with an upward rotation of wrist; reaching fast ball into middle and front zone, keeping racket down, using forearm to apply force and wrist tight.
To right and vice versa: when played from right, body turns back. As compensation, wrist controls surface of racquet to have appropriate angle of internal rotation; when playing on left, body is fully extended and back is turned towards opponent, and arm is swung for a long distance. Wrist strength should be timely.
Strong pursuit and slow block: when attack is favorable, rhythm of attack must constantly accelerate, and movements of hands and wrists must be consistent and fast; .
Soft dance and precise hitting: all movements in badminton must be coordinated, even gentle ones, but moment of hitting ball must be clear and sharp, from waist to wrist, there must be a strong force when hitting ball. A pause followed by coordinated and consistent body movements.
Basic footwork formula in badminton - footwork is most basic element of badminton. First of all, it should be clear: a step back, usually a cross step, a side step, a sliding step. As for specific teaching methods, remember these 40 words:
Look at hand belt: observe movements of enemy and prepare in advance for a shift in center of gravity.
First lift, then lift: watch opponent swing racket, raise center of gravity and raise shoulders, ready to start.
Chasing ball: You must follow trajectory of badminton while moving, and your steps must be before ball falls.
Point bow: Run to point and then drop your center of gravity, ready to hit ball.
Hip twist first: at any pace, hip must move first.
Steps count: how you run towards your goal depends on you predicting distance and then developing a combination of large and small steps.
Slightly tilted calf: When ball is on ground, calf and foot are slightly tilted outward, which lowers center of gravity.
The arms are rounded: in process of walking, hands should also cooperate, and you should not walk with your legs down, but do exercises.
Dangerous jumps: when performing slashes, it is better for beginners not to jump, it is very difficult and many mistakes.
Retreat without worry: no matter what, retreat step is hardest to master at first. After mastering, the entire audience will live.
September 16, 2023