Badminton Técnica de Juego Tenso


the drive shot is a hard flat shot from
half court to half court. where the OBJECTIVE is to try to go on the attack depending on the height at which you hit it will be an offensive or defensive shot the INITIAL POSITION it is with the body slightly inclined
forward relaxed shoulders and the knees semi-flexed
it is with the body slightly inclined forward relaxed shoulders
and the knees semi-flexed the feet are separated at shoulder height and parallel to the network the racket is in front of the body with the head of it halfway up the arm will be semi-flexed and relaxed in front THE HIT PHASE consists of throw your arm back
raising at the same time the head of the racket propel the arm forward with a twist and pronation of the forearm, which increases the speed
and the angle of the racket the movement of the arm is
from right to left or vice versa hit with the racket parallel to the net
and in the center of it always hit in front of the body,
anticipating us if necessary, we take a step forward
to hit the shuttle TYPICAL ERRORS:
1) have your feet planted on the ground without the weight on the toes 2) have the racket pointing to the ground 3) move forward a foot 4) hit from behing, the shuttle reaches us
instead of we hitting the shuttle 5) hit only moving the wrist 6) hit from top to bottom, using only elbow and wrist

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