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Badminton, sports and health, introduction to movement

【The many benefits of playing badminton:】

1. Eyes. People who insist on playing golf have about 1 hour a day to stare straight into distance. This is a good way to relax your eyes. If you have school age children at home you can let him play every day and chance of nearsightedness will definitely decrease.

2. Neck, shoulders, spine. People who often sit at computer, to one degree or another, have problems with cervical spine and shoulders. Proper gaming posture requires back to be straight and relaxed, long-term persistence will greatly improve cervical spine and shoulder discomfort.

3. Heart. Perseverance in game of golf will strengthen your heart and cardiovascular system. By increasing maximum oxygen consumption, amount of oxygen delivered to various organs of body is significantly increased, and, of course, quality of work of each organ is significantly improved. In addition, badminton will speed up blood circulation so that there is enough blood in coronary artery to supply myocardium, thus preventing various heart diseases. Whole-body exercise can help venous blood flow back to heart and also prevent venous thrombosis.

4.Blood: With a strong cardiovascular system, runners also have better blood quality than normal people. Adaptive changes in body to prolonged badminton can improve metabolism, reduce blood fat and cholesterol levels.

5. Lungs and Respiratory System: Long-term badminton practice can strengthen lung function and increase lung capacity - regular long-term play can develop lung respiratory muscles and increase ventilation and improve lung function each time. I personally have an attack of seasonal rhinitis every autumn, which is very painful, but this year I have not had a relapse since I started playing, I don’t know if this is related?

6. Liver: During my physical examination, medical examiner called an intern to me and said, “Look, this is a healthy liver with clear veins and veins on surface. rare. Golfing to eliminate fatty liver has been tested by many golfers and is very effective.

Playing badminton is good for your body:

7. Abdomen: A flat or obvious groove for abdominal muscles is dream of many people. help you get rid of abdominal muscles. Muscles are stronger, but you also need aerobic exercise, such as playing badminton, to remove thick fat outer packing outside of abdominal muscles. Of course, you have to persevere, because belly fat is most tricky one, and it will fight back if you relax a little.

8. Waist and buttocks: The changes in body when playing badminton are primarily reflected in this posture. Many golfers have had this experience. But figure has improved significantly, especially waist line has become more beautiful.

9. Knee. Some people say that Bailey only hurts one knee when he plays badminton. Most people who insist on playing are more or less concerned about knee injuries. However, I have learned from talking to many golfers who have been playing badminton for over ten years that they too will face same problem when they first start playing badminton. With cumulative and strength training, knees get stronger and stronger.

10. Muscles: The muscle tissue of people who often play badminton not only looks strong and elastic, but also changes. Effectively saturates with oxygen and nutrients. I don't know, people who play badminton are more resistant to cold, is that also related?

11. Stomach. Playing badminton makes people feel full and upbeat, which helps increase appetite, improve digestion, and improve nutrient absorption.

12. Muscles: playing badminton for a long time can strengthen muscles of lungs, heart muscles, neck muscles, pectoral muscles, muscles of arms, waist, buttocks, thighs, calves, feet, etc., which makes it difficult for muscles everywhere, accumulate metabolites such like lactic acid or carbon dioxide. It can be said that playing badminton is best choice of all sports and it will have a positive impact on your participation in other sports.

13. Bones: Playing badminton for a long time can improve strength of each joint and softness of ligaments, and increase strength and density of bones to prevent degenerative osteoporosis in old age. Look at old men in every badminton. game Old people know how strong bones are when playing badminton.

Illustration of basic badminton techniques

Last night I dug up some nice illustrations of basic badminton moves on my computer and shared them with you. If you are interested, you can study them yourself or go to practice on court.

These pictures differ from regular graphic tutorials in that they use GIF format to visualize entire process. I've added a few annotations below each image, hoping to help TX learn more about these techniques.

1. High ball on right

This is one of most important basic techniques in badminton, second only to high and long right hand. In general training, this technique is taught first.

The forehand technique with a high and long ball is divided into three parts: "raising racket - pulling racket - hitting ball." A moment before) add previous spin, lead wrist with hand and send ball. ball into opponent's bottom line with explosive power.

This technique is very effective against beginner opponents. As a rule, while ball is sent to backcourt, ordinary players cannot return ball to its place, but can only send ball to center of field, at which time you can hang or kill as you like.

2. High ball on right

This is hardest and most important movement in basic technique. It usually takes some practice to master.

As shown in figure, whole technique includes four stages: "raising racket - pulling racket - hitting ball - returning." The first step is to raise racket, turn sideways to net and fully square your shoulders; second step is to extend racket, use power of turning right leg to turn body straight, and at same time use power of waist to fully control shoulder and elbow joint Lifting up; third step is to hit ball, pay attention to grab highest hitting ball to maximize torque, and at same time, wrist is fully forward; fourth step is to return, that is, return to slightly bent legs before hitting ball immediately after hitting ball Ready position, ready to catch next ball.

The most remarkable thing is that entire movement must be connected, especially second and third link, which must be completed in one go. If you are a master at this trick and can get ball back to bottom lane (especially to opponent's bottom lane on left), then among beginners you are almost invincible.

Above are two most important initial steps and took a little more saliva to explain. The following movements are relatively easy to learn, require little practice, and can be used flexibly in competition.

3. Select Right

The so-called forehand is interception of ball from front zone to back zone of opponent. It should be noted that before hitting ball, arms and wrists must be fully extended, while at same time paying attention to controlling forward and upward swing of racket.

Personally, I find this technique quite harmful, because forward momentum will always be greater than backward momentum when running in a race. Some people raced with great difficulty to front court, but momentum is still great. When you can't stop car, you take ball and send it back to back line, which makes people very helpless.

4. Draw on right

A move that is easy to use in doubles is characterized by fast speed of ball, which is easy to get close to and catch opponent off guard.

What you need to pay attention to is that flicker of wrist should be fast and landing point should be found.Other... I haven't thought about that yet...

5. Internal rotation

The image title is a roundhouse kick, but it actually looks like a forehand (and set to outside). The movement is basically same as hitting ball from right, but range and power of entire movement shouldn't be as great. When ball hits ball, wrist is pressed down to force ball through net.

The cross can be quite tricky, so if you're calm enough in front of your opponent, you can also fake it first to confuse him.

6. Backhand

This is main backhand movement from above. The picture is very clear. When catching such a ball, first lift elbow joint and lock it, and then use pushing force of thumb while holding racket backhand to push it forward. The method will significantly increase power.

7. High ball left

This is similar to picture above, except that taller ball requires more strength and training range needs to be longer. It should be noted that apart from fixed elbow joint mentioned in 6, push of thumb must control surface of racket, which must be pointing up and forward.

PS: Although action has been explained, it is recommended that TX beginners not use it because if this action is not performed well, ball will return to half height of the opponent's midfield and is easily intercepted. . So whether you use it or not depends on your confidence level.

8. Left selection

9. Draw left

The process for these two steps is basically same (for beginners, of course). Everything must first be fixed in elbow joint, and then push racket forward and up with your thumb. The difference lies in trajectory of ball, point of landing, size of preparation area and direction of racket.

When picking up ball, pay attention to fully extend your wrist before hitting ball and hit ball as ball falls; flat inflation is to press ball to floor when ball is halfway, which requires high speed and accuracy. landing.


How to improve reaction and badminton technique?

In order to improve reaction in badminton, it must first be classified. The reaction in badminton includes: visual reaction, action reaction, reverse line reaction, power control reaction, mind reaction, etc. In daily practice, attention should be paid to classification and comprehensive improvement. You can start by practicing catching and killing with a fixed point, and then practice ball alignment, and then pay attention to opponent's throwing rules in real combat, observe opponent's gap, and improve feel of ball through multi-ball practice.

Visual response: moment you see path of ball.

Motion Response: Refers to your reaction after a visual reaction to prepare for motion capture.

Reaction to return line: how to control anticipatory reaction of opponent depending on line of incoming ball, position of opponent and running tendency in a certain round; how to make opponent passive when seizing initiative; how to win in a stalemate Actively, reaction as a turning point in situation in passivity.

Force Control Reaction: How to adjust your hand force reaction according to strength, speed and spin of flying ball.

Conscious Reaction: A reaction that is judged in advance according to habit of other party.

Spin in badminton is usually reflected in two situations: one is cutting and cutting, and other is rubbing ball in front of net. The power control response is response to how to control force and angle to fight back in face of these two situations. They are similar to table tennis spins, especially undercuts and sweeps. The speed on surface is very slow, but actually spin will make your return a little more laborious. The degree of spin is different, and strength of your return is also different. , especially when taking hacks and lifting ball back into net, if control is poor, it is easy to go off net or go too high, or even go out of bounds. This requires you to adjust force at moment of contact with ball.

The other kind of ball in front of net is easier to explain. Most people rarely venture to hit ball before catching net, especially when ball is spinning hard it is easy to get it back out of bounds. But in reality, reaction is quite fast, power and angle are well adjusted, and it is not difficult to hit, it enriches your ball, especially when you are facing an opponent who likes to press, it can throw off his rhythm. it is not easy for him to control front of net (squeeze ball, put net, throw ball, etc.) to make you throw ball, and killing, hanging and cutting skills in the backcourt are not that coherent and smooth. It will also increase a lot.


The Ten Basic Principles of Badminton Singles

1. Warm-up and preparation

I don't think I need to talk about it. Many golfers have also found that preparation and warm-up are indeed very important. Warming up with a long ball before game is also easy to hurt body. Here, What I want to say about warm-up: do more stretching exercises like forward bending, stretching, etc., complemented by jogging. I usually keep my warm-up time from 40 minutes to one hour before a big game to make sure what different aspects of body If possible, you can find someone to help massage easily injured waist, knees and other joints, and you can also help with stretching, which is very useful for protecting your body.

As for preparation, I usually prepare 5-7 rackets of same model before game, why are they of same model?

Despite fact that racket has little effect on technique, it still has an impact. You can't adapt to feeling in such a short amount of time during a competition. The feel of rackets of same model is quite close, which helps to keep feel.

Some people say that a master can play any style of play with any racket. I don't agree with this. Otherwise, why don't professional golfers use supermarket racquets?

Racquets are very useful for demonstrating personal skills. A racquet that suits you and a racquet of same model will help keep you feeling good.

Also check condition of racket before playing.

I'm used to patting surface with my hand before playing. If there is something wrong with sound, I will cut string and string it again. The reason is very simple. A racquet that drops to 25 pounds has no time to adjust to its performance.

Second, practice and adaptation

Many professional golfers practice a few balls before a game, but we often mistake this for a warm-up.

Essentially, it is process of adapting to direction of wind and speed of field and game ball.

Before a singles match, I first practice offensive flat throw and defensive flat throw, then highball and flat highball, then push and catch, and finally serve. The tossing technique is used in my game not a lot, so I usually ask for changes before I want to use them and then practice with a few hits after change.

In this way, you will be able to fully bring yourself into a game state and strive to hit every ball with high quality.

In adaptation process, another important factor is shoes and gender.

Before official start of game, you should go for a run to see how things are going on field. By way, you can practice tricky moves like dropping to ground, catching kills, and diving to see if field fits.

Third, sending, receiving, and testing

When I findin game, first few shots are mainly in trial stage, whether it is a familiar opponent or an unfamiliar enemy, because trial can make me enter rhythm of game, and can also check condition of opponent., to fully demonstrate my ability to control ball, while maintaining lethal skills of pressure on opponent, and most importantly - send and receive.

When serving, I'm used to serving short balls, but I never rush to attack because it takes a lot of energy, and everyone is more energetic in first few hits, so it's not suitable for surprise attacks, but sometimes I will attack with a surprise shot.

Accepting serve because I like Taufik, I am completely imitating Taufik.

Refers to passive connection method, which is more self-confident and does not score.

Fourth, dead end and consumption

At stage of a stalemate, showing shame is most taboo.

The casino has a well-known term "Poker Face", which means that no matter if you have a good hand or a bad one, you will not show it on your face. There will be no small changes, so that enemy will not notice changes in your mentality and physical strength. When you feel that your physical strength has decreased significantly, do not be brave. Useful, but will quickly lose points, so apply for a rest, drink some supplement energy. wipe sweat, regulate breathing and massage muscles, which can quickly relieve symptoms caused by fatigue, and at same time slow down opponent's attack and disturb scoring rhythm.

Here I would like to add that it is best to pay attention to diet and take vitamins before game, and before game try to saturate content of vitamin C in body, which is useful for maintaining physical strength.

In field, you can make nutritious taurine drinks like Red Bull (saying Red Bull is in trouble is nonsense) and fruits like bananas. Don't drink milk, they say it's bad.

5. Controlled and anti-controlled

Master's abuse of novice is mostly about control. The novice defeats master while under control.

The so-called controlled and anti-controlled play is actually a style of play that uses variable trajectory of ball to control rhythm of opponent's return, and also uses advantage of front and back courts to control return line to create possibility of surprise. In a stalemate with several strikes, anti-mobilization, while being mobilized by opponent, use means of connecting diagonal lines back to diagonal lines, connecting straight lines to straight lines, and returning to back court diagonally before catching net to mobilize opponent in opposite direction to achieve goal of anti-control.

Skillful use of anti-control on court comes from training with multiple ballsoutside court, practice touching in front of net, rhythm of deception, flexible use of steps and many other conditions. .

If you don't know how to counter-control well on field, your opponent will control you hard. It is extremely unprofitable for opponent to completely capture rhythm of game. This requires golfers to understand opponent and understand some of opponent's habits. Features, although there will be changes on course, but subconscious things cannot be changed, more counterattacks on opponent's weak points, less entanglement in opponent's strong points, breaking opponent's rhythm, achieving goal of change speed, namely change in speed. A high degree of generalization of modern badminton technique is most effective means of attack.

6. Suppression and anti-suppression

After talking about control, let's talk about suppression. For example, some people don't quite understand what suppression is.

In men's singles quarterfinals at 2012 Olympics, when Li Zongwei faced Chen Long, Chen Lun seemed unable to fight back.

Li Zongwei studied Chen's characteristics long before game, so an overwhelming playing style emerged: slapping and chasing, slapping and pinning. Most of them are in middle, and it is very difficult for tall and long-armed Chen Long to catch up, so he is very passive. In addition, attacking method is single. road and finally lost.

This is a typical suppression.

My style of play is mostly about pressing to control net. By constantly pressing, I can ensure quality of return of ball and at same time break opponent's defensive rhythm. Most of round ends with opponent taking ball out of bounds.

For players with strong abilities, a pre-match investigation is required. Knowing opponent's blind spot, don't rush to press, watch first, and let opponent's dead spot become a killer at critical moment. For example, at 19:18, 19:20 When dealing with such key moments, an overwhelming style of play is required. At moment of victory, using Xuezang's trump card will bring down line of protection of opponent's heart.

Seven, defense

Protection is a big topic. I won't talk about it here. I will only talk about psychological problems in defense. High Quality. Slaps need to be controlled, but as long as quality of ball being returned by defender isn't too bad, it's okay, so keep your cool on defense. The more worried you are, more likely you are to create problems. When defending, you must pay special attention to pace of your feet, and your opponent will shoot you more. When mobilizing, you must think about ball's trajectory and connection, move smoothly and provide stability Every return. Do not chase return arc. Stability is most important thing.

Inseven, strategy and tactics

Choosing a good strategy and tactics is also critical to game. For example, Taufik limits Lin Dan's pressing tactics, limits Lin Shuijing's ball change tactics, etc. These are special tactics that limit specific opponents.

Of course, choice should not be too extreme. Everything depends on situation. Special situations are treated differently.

Nine, attack

When attacking, methodically send four words to everyone.

The attack method is not limited to breaking ball. Sweeps, hacks, and pinpoint kills are excellent methods.

Don't expect to kill your opponent with a single attack, always be ready to connect and you shouldn't be careless when attacking. Since opponent is passively catching ball, ball should not have quality, on contrary, in most cases quality of passive catching remains very high.

Fewer heavy kills, more landings and corners when hitting ball. A single heavy murder is tantamount to suicide.

Ten, it's best to attack heart

There are two main aspects. The first aspect is highlight-fake action.

Fake moves are more commonly used in singles, rhythm of fakes and reals, rhythm of fakes and reals, diagonal right hook pause on serve and return, and jump in backcourt that looks like a hard kill but is actually this is a divided vis. Continuity is key to a good feint.

So you have to make sure your fake moves are "real" enough. If someone's fake moves look fake, they won't have desired effect.

The value of fake actions is that they force opponent to start a second time, breaking pace of opponent and rhythm of defense, which leads to return of ball out of place or out of bounds. This is very valuable in singles, but it is same as shares. Risk, fake moves will not have a particularly obvious effect on deceived people and start very smoothly, but internal friction is inevitable, only question is how much, continuous high-quality fake moves will also disturb rhythm of so-called masters, but false Movements can only be achieved through insight and cannot be forced. If you really can't do it, don't do it. I have already mentioned three key points of false movements. , Rhythm, Pause and Sequence You can practice on your own.


The Path to Excellence, 8-stroke master book!

(1) Types of Singles

Single style of play is a technical style of play, formed in accordance with player's personal technical characteristics, physical fitness, psychological qualities and other conditions. There are about five common types:

1. Control backcourt, high ball presses bottom

From very beginning of serve, use a tall ball or offensive flat tall ball to press bottom line of opponent's backcourt, forcing him to retreat. When opponent's return is not enough, break ball to win; you can lightly toss ball in front of net with techniques such as light tosses and ball rubbing. A light lift should be performed on basis that several high and long balls strongly suppress backcourt and opponent cannot return to frontcourt in time. This style of play is basically a competition in backcourt strength and skill, hanging and killing. For beginners, this is basic playstyle that needs to be learned first.

2. Hit ball with four corners by combining tall and short balls.

In backcourt, accurately attack front, back, left, and right corners of opponent with high ball, flat high ball, and frontcourt dropball, and mobilize opponent to run forward, backward, left, and right. .Take care of this and lose another, and when opponent does not have time to return to center position or quality of returned ball leaves much to be desired, launch an attack on a neutral position to win. This style of play requires attackers to have a strong ability to control ball's landing point, agile and fast footwork, and speed, otherwise it will be difficult to gain upper hand.

3. Basically press down, control front of grid

Mainly use moves like highballs, hits, hits and crosses in backcourt to get a preemptive shot, and then use moves like rubbing, pushing, rebounding and quick hook to control front of net from a high points. , causing opponent to directly make mistakes or be passive A style of play in which ball is thrown over net and returned in one fell swoop by an attacking player. Commonly also referred to as "internet killing" style of play. This style of play is an offensive style of play. It allows you to quickly move around grid and control front of grid. It also requires high speed endurance and strength endurance. This style of play requires a lot of physical strength. If you are facing an opponent with good defensive skills, physical strength is often key to success or defeat.

4. Fast pull and fast lift combined with front and rear

Use a high ball to quickly press back corners of opponent's court, cooperatingUse two front corners of fast-hanging net (or use a hack) to bring opponent to net when opponent passively returns ball in front of net. , quickly approach net to control front of net, and use front of net. Combining wiping and hooking to push corners of bottom line of backcourt forces opponent to wear out and creates culling opportunities in frontcourt and hard hitting in middlecourt and backcourt. It is also an active, fast attacking style of play. This style of play requires athletes to be in good physical condition, especially speed and endurance, all-round skills, and special assault attack skills.

5. Defense and counteroffensive, both offensive and defensive

Hit front, back, left and right corners of opponent with a flat tall ball and a quick cross to mobilize opponent. Let opponent attack first, build up defense against highball, square throw, throw, etc. played by attacking side, and use fast and flexible footwork, choppy ball trajectories, and tricky and accurate landing points to entice opponent to move. in a hurry during attack, reluctant to strike, resulting in errors in hitting, or when opponent's return quality is poor, take advantage of opportunity to surprise attack. This style of play requires players to be able to attack and defend while defending, as well as have ability to control ball and counter-control ball. Indomitable morale and psychological qualities to remain calm and fight back in face of adversity and passivity.

(2) Types of Pair Play

A pair game is formed after long trainings in accordance with technical level, physical fitness and psychological qualities of both parties, as well as cooperative characteristics of partners. There are three common types:

1. Game front and back

This style of play is mainly used when side is serving. The player serving ball is in front. When server serves, he immediately raises his racket to block front court area, with other player in charge of various incoming balls into midfield or backcourt. The direct and reverse positioning method can make full use of rubbing, hanging, pushing and throwing techniques before pressing net, finding gaps and breaking opponent's positioning in one fell swoop; when return ball is close to net. , he will deal killing blow in one fell swoop.

2. Left and right positions

This style of play is mainly used when a side is in a state of receiving a serve and is forced to attack. The opponent serves or hits a flat golf ball in backcourt and receiver can immediately switch from their original front and back positions to left and right positions. They are responsible for defending left and right halves of court and suppressing backcourtthe opponent's zone with flat draws and flat shots. In two corners of bottom line, when opponent breaks ball, he can also counter with a flat draw or lift a long ball into bottom two corners, causing opponent to return ball weakly, and he manages to break or toss ball in one fell swoop .

3. Playing with Rotational Position

In game, attacking and defending sides always switch between front and back positions, and left and right positions, depending on situation in game. A station transformation usually has following characteristics:

(1), Standing back and forth when serving or receiving service. When an opponent hits a high ball and attacks towards backcourt, players in front should retreat in a straight line, while players in back should move to side depending on situation and change position to left. and correct positions.

(2), When serving or receiving a serve, be parallel to left and right. After serving or in process of hitting ball, as soon as opportunity to attack ball arises, one player quickly blocks net, while other quickly moves to backcourt to make strong dunks, hangs and hits, causing opponent to be in a passive status.

September 22, 2023