Badminton Smash Skill (3) The Best Way to Lose Power and Accuracy in Smash (Type 1)


Next point is elbow the power also comes from elbow too look, set elbow must go straight back look, shuttle is coming from there to here my elbow should point opposite ok so look, if shuttle comes there my elbow should go straight back ok James here there, so my elbow, arm will go straight so, my power goes straight, watch this there, here like this more than half of ten players elbow turns side ways look, like this because of their grip because of their bad habbit eblow goes that way pointing that side so, power is set to go that way and then during the swing power changes to go that way, watch please so, there is a circle if my elbow is set that way over there, this is very good to go that side ok, power should go straight ok, straight bang straight bang straight bang elbow straight back straight straight not like this, this is good hitting there if I hit there from here I have to do like this can’t no power no energy

25 thoughts on “Badminton Smash Skill (3) The Best Way to Lose Power and Accuracy in Smash (Type 1)

  1. That is a good question. there are different ways to do it depending on where the shuttlecock is. more detailed clips will be made soon to explain them. Lee

  2. I think this must be the answer to my shoulder pain too! The arc smash that I do! I must try straight elbow tomorrow and check. 🙂 Yu are good coach Lee.

  3. Thank you very much Coach Lee, you have helped me improve all aspects of my badminton. Looking forward to learning more from you.

  4. I am very pleased to know and thank you for posting your comment.
    I am hoping to upload more soon. Lee

  5. my coach tells me to point my elbow straight forward and my arm at the side of my head then swing straight. Is that wrong?

  6. Sometime that could be right. There is no one fix right way as badminton match requires all different ways to hit in different situation. Lee

  7. 70-80% from wrist and rest from other part of body (feet, shoulder, arm, left arm turning, fingers and others) in my view. Lee

  8. I understand what you mean, but my coach said to ALWAYS hit this way and not throw the elbow outwards like how you teach, because "it is wrong". It's really awkward for me and unnatural, I'll just tell my coach im not doing it his way :P. Thanks for your reply!!

  9. Coach, do you have any advice concerning a tennis elbow that I have since several months?  thank you!

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