Thursday, March 24, 2011

Badminton basic techniques

If aspires to become an elite badminton players or excel, it must master a variety of basic play badminton correctly. With diligent practice, discipline, directed under the guidance of a qualified coach well, to master the basic techniques of playing badminton is true.

However, in order to play badminton, a player must be able to beat anyway, either from above or from below. The types of strokes that must be mastered is the service, lob, dropshot, smash, netting, underhand, and drives. All types of stroke must be carried out using the correct grip and footwork. This book teaches the basics of practical guidance on types of stroke.

1. Racket Grip
How to handle that right is the racquet racket must be held with the fingers with a flexible, relaxed, yet must remain powered when the strike kok. Avoid holding the racket with how to use the palm of the hand (like holding a machete).

Racket Grip Type
Basically, the known number of ways racket handle. However, only two forms of handles that are often used in practice, namely how to hold the racket forehand and backhand. All types of stroke in badminton done with these two types of grip.

Two kinds of how to hold a racket on top, in fact used interchangeably depending on the situation and condition of the game. For the initial stage of the beginners ...
are usually taught how to hold the first forehand, then backhand.

How to Hold the Racket forehand
1. Hold the racket with his left hand, racket head sideways. Hold the racquet in that way "handshake". Form a "V" hand placed on the handle of the racket.
2. Three fingers, namely tengan finger, and pinkie sweet racket grip, while the index finger slightly apart.
3. Put three fingers between the thumb and forefinger.

How to Hold the racket backhand
For the backhand griop, slide the "V" hand to the inside. Located next to the inside. thumb pads located on the racket handle wide.

2. Footwork
Footwork is the foundation to be able to produce high quality punch, when done in a good position. To be able to strike with either position, an athlete must have a speed of motion. The speed of footwork can not be achieved if his footwork is not regular.

3. Attitude and Position
Attitude and Position Stand on the Ground
Attitude and position of standing on the ground must be such, so that with a good attitude and perfect it, can be quickly moved to all corners of the field of play.
Several factors must be considered:
1. Must stand in such a way that body weight remains with both feet and still maintain the balance of the body.
2. Bend both knees, standing on the toe, so that the waist position remains upright and relaxed. Both feet shoulder-width apart with your feet parallel or one foot placed in front of other foot.
3. The two arms with elbows bent at a position beside the body, so that the upper arm that holds the racquet remained free to move.
4. Racquet must be held so that the head (the leaves) was higher than the racket head.
5. Always be alert and notice the way why during the game progresses.

4. Hitting Position
The position hit the ball or often called preparation. That there is a second time on the preparation is also used to determine the blow of what will be done. Because of that position is very important preparation is done by either in the effort to produce high quality punch.

5. Service
In badminton the game rules, the service is the initial capital to be able to win the match. In other words, a player can not get the numbers if can not do service well.
Forehand service
a. Forehand service

b. Backhand service

6. Return Service
Service return techniques, very important ruled correctly by each player of badminton. Kok Navigate to the area the right side and left field corner of the opponent or the opponent's front or back of the field. In principle, with proper placement kok, your opponent will move to strike kok, so is forced to abandon its strategic position at the midpoint of the field.

7. Underhand
This blow dominant type used in the game of badminton. Like the basic techniques of "blow from the head", to master this basic technique, first of all, must be skilled running while performing the step width, with the right foot in front of the left foot to reach the fall of kok.

8. Overhead Clear / Lob
Focus more to master the blow overhead lob it, because the technique is much the same blow lob smash technique and dropshort. The blow overhead lob is a ball that was hit from above the head, its position is usually from the back field and is directed upwards at the rear of the field.
There are two types of overhead lob:
1. Deep lob / Clear, high ball into the back.
2. Attacking lob / Clear, the ball is not too high.

9. Round The Head Clear / Lob / Drop / Smash
Is the ball overhead (above) who was beaten on the back of the head (the side next to the ear kih). Compared with the usual overheads, hit on the back of the head is relatively more difficult. Because to be able to blow (technique) is required extra leg strength, flexibility, footwork is good, and coordination. Usually this is done in a forced blow because to do so should be with the backhand.

10. Smash
That blows overhead (above) which is directed downwards and be done with full power. The blow was identical as punch attack. Therefore the main goal to shut down opponents. The blow is a blow hard smash that is often used in the game of badminton. Characteristics of this stroke are: loud, really fast way to rate Iantai Iapangan, so that this blow need aspect of leg muscle strength, shoulder, arm and wrist flexibility and the harmonious coordination of body movement.

11. Dropshot
It is done like smash hit. The difference in the position of a hit with the racket when kok. The ball hit with a drive and a smooth touch. Dropshot (blow cut) is good is when the ball drop close to the net and do not cross the double line.

Characteristics blow this piece is, how sentiasa falling near the net in the opponent's field. Therefore it must be able to do a perfect blow with a variety of attitude and position of the body from the corners of the field of play. Factor racket handle, fast footwork, body position and weight transfer process of harmonious at the time of hitting a critical success factor of this blow.

12. Netting
Is beating out close to the net, directed as close as possible to the net, hit with a touch of subtle energy. Netting a good punch is if the ball was hit soft and thin twisted close to the net.

13. Smash Return
It is a blow that is more synonymous with the defense pattern. However, good returns can smash into a counterattack.
The types of returns smash:
1. Returns short, the return on which the ball fell near the net. Many occur in a single game. The goal is to force the opponent to run away.
2. Return drive (horizontal), is mostly done on a double game. The goal is to not give your opponent a chance to attack.
3. Returns the length, which returns the ball towards the back again. This blow blasanya can only be done by players who are skilled and have strong wrists.

14. Backhand overhead
This blow could dlkategorikan most difficult, especially for novice players. Because the biomechanical techniques require not blow it the perfect co-ordination of limbs, as well as mastery of grip and good timing.

15. Drive
It is fast and flat punches are widely used in games or double. The goal is to avoid the opponent attacks or otherwise compel the opponent lift the ball and are on the defensive. This requires skills blow grip, Sepat reflexes and wrist strength. This blow will be taught further at a later stage.

16. Stroke Variation / Games Tactics
Once an athlete had mastered how to hold a racket, mastering footwork, and all tasic stroke with both, then the next can vary as a blow. In other words, on one type of good position to make a few choice blows. For example blow overhead, in addition to lob with little change direction grip and racquet / racket rotation, could make good on underhand position, in addition to pass up netting can also do the flick.

Mastery of basic strokes and variations will be felt all the benefits at the start of play in a game (a matter). Think what tactics can be deadly for your opponent and win the match. Here is some tips and tactics game.

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