Best Double Technique – Fast feet & racket – Badminton footwork

In this video, I will focus on the
the doubles back player or doubles in in general. This video is about having fast feet and being able to push away from the center position back to the center position but
also focus on the fast racket- the fast movement in the racket. We will focus on
the back player in the double keeping the initiative in the rally in
the midcourt out in the sides but also in the backcourt. We will
focus on how to be able to keep the initiative in the rally so in some cases
we can get the lift and then do the really hard attack. Now you can get
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the discount code: badminton In the doubles, we have more
small jumps than in the singles. The singles have to cover long
distances. They have to move in all the corners on the court. In the doubles
it’s more quick movements and small jumps so it’s also important that
you train these small quick explosive jumps back and forth to the middle out to
the next one so it’s not too slow and it’s not too big slow movements. So first
thing that’s important when we want to move fast away from the center or fast
in general being able to push away from the floor covering all these shots in a
really really quick movement is to be a little bit down in your legs. If we
have the stiff legs you won’t be able to use your muscles – you can’t push away
from where you stand. So a little bit down in your legs so you have a good
balance and you can push away to the sides or to the back covering all of the
shuttles. What we also need to focus on is the space between our legs. If I am
down my legs but in here it’s still very tricky for me to push away from the
center. If I’m all the way down here I can almost not move in this position so
we can also go too far out with the legs. So it needs to be somewhere in the middle where you feel comfortable and where it’s good for you to push
away and you have that good feeling in your body that this is the right place
to be. So down your legs and a little space between your legs so you can move properly. If you want better support on your angles your Achilles and your feet
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legs it’s important that we don’t go up on our heels. We don’t go all the way up on our toes but just a little bit on our toes so we
have the ability to push away it’s all the muscles all it’s all the toes in
the front of our foot that gives us all the power to be able to jump away and
move really fast. So stay up on your toes just a little bit. When you are in
this position it’s also important always to be in movement so you don’t just
stand like this and waiting but you’re ready to move to do all the split step to do all the the quick
jumps. So up on your toes and then have some movement in your legs so you are in a very very good position of moving really quickly away from the center
position. I am a right-handed so in this example I will talk to you about how to
move your your legs if you are right-handed. All the lefties will do it reverse and do it do it the other way around. What’s
important in my example when I’m right-handed is my right leg is. It’s
moving all the time and my left leg is pushing me away from the center out to
the shuttle in both of the sides. So we could look like this that my right leg
moves forward while my left leg pushes me forward in this case. Don’t go out
on your left leg but move your right leg all the time to be able to move faster
the shuttles so the left leg pushes your way and the right leg moves in front of
you depending on where the shuttle comes. So that was some of the movements on how to move properly – how to be quick in your legs, how to have the fast feet
and cover all the shuttles. We also need to focus just a little bit about how to
hit the shuttles and how to approach the shuttle with the racket and with the
arm but also how the position of our arm is when we are waiting
for the next shot. It’s important that you are up here because in this example
we have the initiative or at least we are in this position. We are not in the
defense position in this example so your arm and racket needs to be up somewhere in front of your head so you are really really quick at just pushing with a
small movement up to the shuttles coming. Maybe out in the side but I’m ready up
here if. I stand down here it will be too slow I need to move it up like this and
down again I’m moving up and down again. So that would be too slow so keep it up
here so you are ready for all the shuttles coming to the midcourt or going
back to the baseline doing the smashes. It’s important that we are as fast as
possible reaching for the shuttle hitting the shuttle in the earliest
possible situation. So if the shuttle comes out here I don’t wait and hit here
I just stretch my body and hit it very very earl. The earlier I can hit the
shuttle on my side the more pressure I will put on my opponents being able for
me to keep the initiative. So stretch for the shuttles out here to hit it up
high and far close to the net. When you hit the shuttle it’s important that you
don’t think full power and full motion in your arm. It needs to be small quick
and powerful strokes especially when we play to the front of the court. Of course
in some cases, if we want to put a hard pressure we can of course do it with a
bigger motion to put more pressure on but in this example to keep the
initiative in order us to get the lift I will recommend you to do small pushes
small fast movements with your arm and with your racket. What we want in this
example is to get the initiative so we need to have these small movements where we just push the shuttle with the finger power and in some cases also hit soft to
the net. Move quickly to this shuttle but hit soft to the net so we can get the
lift. Just to sum this video up we have the
focus on the fast feet, the position of our legs, low gravity, the toes a little
bit up on the toes the right leg moves the left leg pushes through away through
the shuttle. We have been talking about getting up with your arm – racket up high
so you are ready to cover all the shots coming in front of you or in the sides.
We have also be talking about the small quick movements the use of the finger
power. All of this combined is the ability to get the initiative and be
able to put a lot of pressure back on your opponents

24 thoughts on “Best Double Technique – Fast feet & racket – Badminton footwork

  1. I've tried the link 2-3 times, but each time that I put my details in and press enter, the discount code comes off and it goes back to to full price 😢.

    Maybe it's because I'm in the UK πŸ€”.

    Oh well. Thanks for the video, I only play doubles.

  2. brother,can u please tell us some strategies while playing with various types of good players.. ex: against a hard smasher, good technically..

  3. It is same always. Great video 😍 Is it good to practice at wood than synthetic court? Can you teach us cross court drop shot

  4. Sir , please make a video on split move ment of singles and tactics of singles…BTW an another great videoπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

  5. Great video!!! Do you think to do a video about stretching and how to regenerate after a big workout and how prevent injures ?

  6. For the exercise, not everybody will have a good feeder/training partner, so an alteration is to have somebody standing on the same side of the court throwing the shuttles.

    I don't mind that you want to earn money with your videos, but this is just too much. Commercial before the video starts, the video advertises, then more ad in between, ….

  7. Superb video, doubles specific content is great, I know I use far too many big swings, this is a great highlight to try to concentrate on fast footwork and shorter swing with more finger power etc.

  8. Another amazing video as always
    Please make a video on momota's legendary service return as shown in at 4:49

  9. Great video. What would be the appropriate grip for these fast reaction shots, does your grip remain the same when switching between forehand and backhand and vice versa?

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