In this activity, we will learn:
- Preparation: hold racket out in front of the body (long arm)
- Backswing: very small with relaxed grip
- Forward swing: a gentle push over the net with relaxed grip and good finger control
- Follow through: as small as necessary.
Start with backhand, then forehand, then alternately. Practice first without leg movement, then with lunge.
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September – Net King
In Net King activity, ensure use of correct grip, early impact with the shuttle, moving at all times using split step, chasses and lunge back and forth – racket up and use timed games for larger groups to avoid waiting times. Lesson 6: Revision Games[vc_btn title="More Shuttle
August – Introducing Racket Speed
In this activity, you will learn how to throw exercise for racket speed. Hold racket in front of body, start with relaxed grip, then tighten grip to generate power, short racket movements, very small follow through. Lesson 11: Midcourt Drives][vc_btn title="More Shuttle Time vide
July – Keep The Shuttle Up Thumb Grip
Working with a shuttle and a racket, in this activity children asked to keep shuttle up in the air with back of hand leading and thumb grip. Start by holding the racket at its t-piece with thumb and forefinger on the frame of the racket head. Lesson 7: Serve & Rally[vc_btn ti
June – Chasse Steps For Net Play
In this activity, pupils work in pairs – line the pairs up facing each other – about 3 metres apart. One partner throws the shuttle; the other partner is practising forehand and backhand net shots. Teacher will ask pupils to change roles after 12 shots each. Start with backhand, then forehand, t
April – Having A Lunge
In this activity, pupils stand in line and make a step with racket ending with the “racket foot” in front of them finishing with shadowing net shot. Lesson 3: Net and Lunge[vc_btn title="More Shuttle Time videos" color="danger" i_icon_fontawesome="fab fa-youtube" add_icon="tr