Badminton: Net Kill


Net Kill Hello, I am Lee thanks for coming to IBBS I hope you enjoy I am going to show you net kil backhand net kill and forehand net kill first of all for the posture, racket action and the feet and how to practice ok the posture the feet should be little bit wider about this so, when a player have this kind of feet position they can move quicker like racing car but if a player standing like this narrow feet then they move like double decker bus can you have a look ok please if you are ready like that then by hand please in this way look you can go here there ready but if you have this kind of posture narrow then you do that it makes completely different shot and arm, 2 arms where two arms should be placed the racket up the end of racket should be pointing the shuttle cock if shuttle is there pointing there there and pointing there also the height of the racket should be little bit higher than net because shuttle will come around this level if you take your racket too high this is not good because shuttle will go that way so just little bit higher than net and the second point for arm put your racket away from your body which is there if you do that ready there from here here there ready go so from here to the shuttle base quicker than put your racket some where here when player do this most likely they make bigger swing like this here, like that fore arm like this compare this one ready and then ready there rather than like this in net kill the most important thing to remember is fast action and sharp hit so, in order to do that that is right posture and left arm racket arm is there left arm should be some where here have balance quite often I see some players arm goes some where here so it does not make right balance and this look not positive not aggressive enough here that’s the posture, aggressive and hungry for the shuttle cock ok now how to hit at the net the finger power is important rather than wrist power wrist power is for middle court or rear court I will show you what I mean this is wrist backhand side please yeah that’s wrist big actions but at the net this is not really good rather use the finger which is this so its this power rather than that power rather than that full wrist power once again ready that one rather than forehand same here there rather than too big swings so, in these days the finger power should be used much more than before now, the grip when you are ready at the base then your grip should be neutral why? you have no idea where your opponent will hit will he hit backhand side, forehand side you have no idea may be 5 times guess out of 100 times so its better to be ready both ways so the grip is not forehand not backhand middle if you do forehand ready then that’s problem same backhand ready that’s problem so ready for both ways from here shuttle comes to the backhand side change grip and hit and then ready again after the backhand some players they are ready for backhand again or after backhand they are ready for forehand which looks likes to me its gamble after backhand you should be ready again forehand – ready because after the shot I have no idea where the shuttle will come back again so have a look neutral change grip, forehand neutral again backhand hit neutral again have a look please ready any side ok watch my racket please after the shot what happens ready hit – ready hit – ready hit – ready hit – ready rather than rather than hit and ready like this or hit and ready like that so what happens if I am ready like that when shuttle comes here can be finished ok now advanced technique before you actually hit it hold and hit this is advanced have a look please ready shuttle is there then your racket goes first hold and then hit so you need two actions 1 2 have a look 1 2 1 2 1 2 hold hit if you do that you will be able to take shuttle much quicker and much sharper ok once more hold hit hold hit now this one I am not holding it just go if you think hold hit because its two actions may be slow, its not like that why? because I hold quickly without back swing while your racket goes backwards shuttle will drop watch again slowly ready hold hit rather than ready go hit 2 – 3 times bigger slower forehand ready tap rather than ready and just hit so if you want to play advanced badminton always remember hold hit hold hit hold hit I will show you again ok both ways watch my racket please hold hit hold hit hold hit hold hit hold hit hold hit finally hunger, does not matter what ever technique movement you do if you don’t have hunger for the shuttle cock those techniques will not work please compare this actions this player now ready hungry to be the winner and to intercept have a look please yeah like this faster please faster hit ready hit ready hit ready rather than before the technique here most important thank you I hope you find this video beneficial to you thank you very much

47 thoughts on “Badminton: Net Kill

  1. Coach Lee, do you need to exercise your fingers in order to use them so effectively for the net kill shot? You mentioned use the fingers not the whole wrist. What do you do to strengthen your finger action?

  2. @Oakley2256 Hi, please serch for finer power training. I have made a number of clips on how to train your fingers. Please let me know if you cant find them. Lee

  3. Hello Lee!
    I know that very strange request,but maybe you can help me.
    I intend to come Seoul,since 12th to 17th December
    I'm gonna to training there.(certainly for money)
    I want to find some hotel beside sport hall,If it possible want to training 2 times in а day.
    I'm 16 years,from Russia(With middle knowledge of English)
    Can yoy help me,or maybe you know who can help me?
    Already buy your Session on DVD,This really help to improve my game level,Thank you!

    Thank you in advance

  4. Hello There,
    I am very sorry to inform you that, I would not be able to help you on that much. I am in Canada not in Seoul and as I left Korea many years ago I have not much contact. I may be able to help you if you come to Canada where I am. Lee

  5. The best!!
    >inspiring
    >knowledgeable
    >hard-working
    >disiplined
    >great teacher
    >a nice partner
    >and very open-minded coach

    "YOUR THE BEST COACH LEE"

  6. Thank you very much for your meaningful comment on my coaching.
    I am delighted and very pleased with your comment. Thank you. Lee

  7. Hi Lee,

    Many thanks for your very videos. You explain points very clearly with patience and passion. Your videos are very informative and inspiring.

    Thanks again.
    Brgds,
    Pradeep

  8. Thank you very much. I am delighted to know that you feel that way with this clip. Thank you for taking time to post your comment. Lee

  9. You are great teacher.You give me many good techniques,many good inspiration,many good understanding from your videos.
    Thank you so much.And hope you're strong and heathy. 🙂

  10. LEE sir i needed to confirm one thinng…inorder to learn any new technique in badminton what all we must consider
    one is the grip for tht shot and other is the posture??isnt it sir!!

  11. I absolutely love these videos Lee. I love how you explain the different things needed to make a good shot, not just technically but emotionally (i.e. "Hunger"). It has made all the difference in my game by changing my mind-set from just hitting the shuttle to going after the shuttle or as you put it being hungry to get the shuttle. 
    Thankyou so much. 

  12. Thank you Lee Sir. I am very big fan o your videos or badminton. I am from India. I dont Have coach I take you as my coach. I dont have better court and badminton facilities. But your videos help s me a lot. May be one day I will get opportunity to learn from you personally.

  13. usually I don't comment on your videos but I really appreciate you putting out such awesome learning material for free. Good Karma to you Sir!! Thanks and Cheers.
    – Vinay (Mumbai, India)

  14. Coach lee, I have a question. Is there any way I can improve my net attack (hitting down) in its strength? Lately I've noticed that I've suddenly "forgotten" how to attack… so I was wondering if you had any advice on attacking at the net. Thank you

  15. I am a coach myself here in London, and our videos are very helpful. I use to improve my game, and also learn from you for my coaching techniques. Take care. Peace.

  16. Thank you Coach Lee, your teaching really works and I have learnt more in a few weeks from these videos than I have done in months or years just trying to improve by myself or with advice from other players and coaches.

  17. Coach Lee ! I am beginner in Badminton . I have learn alot from your videos . These are really inspiring and motivating . Sir
    I have very weak finger power due to which i am not able to deliver much power in game . Sir how can i improve my finger power ? kindly help me . Thanks in advance .
    Faizan ( Pakistan , Islamabad)

  18. Hi Coach,

    You are one of the best in training badminton for people like us who like to improve our amateur skills. All your videos are excellent and the way you explain why it is needed along with how it is done makes it unique from rest of the videos and gives a good insight into the game. Learned a lot from you to improve from a amateur novice to an advanced player. Thanks a lot for you videos and keep posting more.

  19. coach lee your teaching is really really understandable…my skill has inproved faster by your coachs..thank you so much

  20. You are the greatest badminton coach! Loves the end of video that the mind is the most important thing. Tbh when I am under pressure I always afraid of returning the shuttle and that's why at game point level I always lose. Now it all makes sense, thanks a lot shifu!

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