Moving forwards - Running then lunging with your racquet foot for the shot Moving Sideways - Running then lunging or shuffling then lunging
Moving Backwards - Usually a shuffling motion (with racquet foot leading back), but can be slightly walking backwards
When shuffling backwards, you must turn your body to face the wall then turn and transfer your weight when you hit your shots to generate power.
The front & back formation is an attacking position. The rear player will cover most shots to the rear court, but can also play smashes or drop shots.
Hit the shuttleCOCK
I think that foot working, shooting at the target and serving are the main skills in badminton.
hand eye coordination
If you are able to hit the ball, using both forehand and backhand, then you're doing great. Those are the most basic hits used in badminton.
Hit the birdie with racket. Simple as that>
There are a few elements that you need for badminton. You need rackets, shuttlecocks, and a net. It is also necessary that you learn the basic rules of the game.
The basic units are foot, pound and second.The basic units are foot, pound and second.The basic units are foot, pound and second.The basic units are foot, pound and second.
by leaning on your right foot and thinking of science it automaticly comes to your head it really works
Your right foot works the accelerator and brake pedals; your left foot works the clutch if you're using a manual transmission.