Tutorial – 3 shots in badminton

What is the trajectory of the shuttlecock ? The forehand clear goes from the bottom, or the middle of the court to reach the bottom of the opponent’s court When is the shot used ? The shot is used when the players is at the bottom or the middle of the court And wants to play away to save time so that he can replace himself properly Now, let’s see what are the main features of this shot in 4 distincts steps Firstly, the starting position The grip of the racquet must be on forehand Elbows and shoulder must form a straight line, the forearm is neither pronated nor supinated The racquet is oriented toward the shuttlecock The hip and shoulders are open, the elbow is brought back Then, the momentum phase, the hip must move forward You have to leave and advance your supine elbow, arms and forearm The sieve of the racket move away from the point of impact Then, the typing phase, you need to execute an explosive pronation of the arm and forearm Elbow not completely stretch. The point of impact if possible should be in the longitudinal axis of the body or just behind More simply “above the head or shoulder” After all, the final phase The sieve finish the movement down the forearm continues its rotation The second shot we’ll talk about in the forehand kill, the forehand kill is an attack shot in the front of the court with a shuttlecock trajectory down towards the middle of the court. This shot is often a winning point Difficult to defend for opponent. To finish, this shot is often used in double and very rarely in single The forehand kill is realized on 3 phases. The first phase is the starting position, in this phase the player must have a take rush or take forehand, the racket must be above the shoulders, facing the shuttlecock and in direction of the shot and the elbow is place in front of the body The second phase is the momentum phase, on this phase there is a passive momentum with an advance of the hand and a slight tension of the elbow the grip is released, and finally we have an active momentum with slight flexion of elbow and wrist The last phase is the strike phase. During the strike, the player must stretch the wrist and elbow and tighten the handle with the finger-power, the point of impact is above the band of the net For the drop-net, the shuttlecock get over the net as near as possible to the bend and for just behind the net As you can see for the forehand net drop, many positions has to be correctly executed to realize this shot. At first, before the impact you have to bring your right leg and fit forward to the direction of the shuttlecock if you are a right-handed Then lay your heel and realize a lunge, at the same time you also have to bring your racket just under the bend of the net, as high as possible in front and far of the body And now during the impact there is a very little movement of the sieve to the shuttlecock Hit the shuttlecock in the middle of the sieve for better precision

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