Explain placing shots in corners in badminton?
They are four types of shots played in badminton. These are the drop shots, clear shots, drive shots, and smash shots. It takes time to learn of these shots and when to use them.
the four different tricks are mainly- 1. badminton clears 2. badminton drop shots 3. badminton drives 4. badminton smash
toss shots are tose shots which pull the oponent in the backlobby
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Basic shots in Badminton are: High Serve, Low Serve, Overhead Clear, Underarm Clear, Net shot, Smash, Drop Shot
the volley, the headbutt, half volley, backheeel and smash
No, you lose power and balance in doing so
Badminton builds your legs, develops fast reaction times and upper body strength needed to deliver powerful smash shots. Badminton, creates a workout that includes core strength building and cardio.
Backhand shots in tennis and badminton are very similar. What you do to play a backhand shot is to bring the hand holding the racket across your body and play at the ball/shuttle from there.
Net Shots (in New York Times Crossword Puzzle July 10, 2010)
No, serves can NEVER be overhead shots in Badminton. You would be best either dropping it to your side and playing it that way, or across your body thrusting the racquet outwards.
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.
A net shot is when the ball goes closely past the net, and then drops at a fast speed.
Rally is a a series of shots between opposing players, starting with a serve and ending when the point is won.
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Of course NOT! Actually it is not good idea to compare different sports, but statistic says that badminton is faster and more intensive. Match duration: tennis about 3 hours, badminton 1 hour. Ball in play: tennis 20 minutes, badminton 40 minutes. Shots: tennis 1000, badminton 2000 Distance covered by athlete: tennis 2 miles, badminton 3.5 miles (note that badminton court 2.5 times smaller so badminton player runs reciprocally more intensive).
If you play as a lacrosse goalie how do you get use to the shots thrown to the lower corners of the goal?
As a goalie myself, the best way to stop shots at the lower corners is to step towards the shot and in the direction it is headed and widen your base to about shoulder width apart with you lacrosse head in between your calfs with the top of the head touching the ground.
Some disadvantages of badminton are... You have to move around the court quickly to return shots, which might result in a misplaced foot or leg, which might break, twist, or sprain it It still takes up time, and if you're a committed badminton player, you might not have much time for other activities The stuff cost money: badminton shoes, rackets, shuttlecocks (birdies), fee for playing on the courts, etc.
The smash- fast, downward hit onto opponent's side. Forehand- A standard motion of badminton. Usually over your head. Clear- A far shot to the back of your opponent's court. Usually followed by a drop shot.
tell your partner to stand near the net. He has to hit to your baseline. You have to return all his shots to the net. Then when you are starting to get used to it, play a game. If your shots go past the service line (in your opponents side), then it is out. If your opponents shots don't go past the line before the base-line then his shots are out. Try to win. It's… Read More
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A shot made at the net to the other side close to the net. Net shots are most effective when it is tight (not high above and not landing too far). Net shots should land as close to the net as possible to make it harder to return.
Strengths: Good cardiovascular endurance Good movement Good motivation Weaknesses: Can't use a range of shots Slow
Overhead clear smash jump smash drop shot drive net shot slice serve (low serve, flick serve)
Because the other opponent has trouble getting to it and it they do get to it, it takes longer to get reset so you can just smash it down while there resetting. :D
upper ninetys or lower corners just pick a corner side nettings man
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What is the call if the 1st of two foul shots lands and rests on the back of the rim and does not move?
It is hard to explain.
It's Basically , about what kind of shots you do, such as a long stroke would be to hit the shuttle cock as far as you can , and a short stroke would be a small shot with less power such as a drop shot ......
Drop shots are good to help you win especially if you are desperate and tired. another good one is to hit it to the side opposite to where ur opponent is.
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To play badminton, you have to be fast and you have to have a good strategy. There are two types of games in badminton, doubles and singles. Singles is just playing against one other person and doubles is when you are paired up with someone playing another team which also consists of two players. In singles, the outside line is out and in doubles, the outside line is in. The objective of the game is… Read More
When playing a game of tennis what is the proper way to deal with a person who is not calling the shots fairly?
If it's an actual ref there's nothing you can do really unless you can get your opponent to agree to a rematch. If your opponent is the one calling your outs (a self reffed game) then hit shots that are obviously in but place them in hard to reach areas, such as corners and the like.
When you are pushed to the back of the court by your opponent. In badminton doubles, a good time to use the clear is when you or your partner is under pressure or out of position (defensive), or when your opponents are too far forward or in each others way (offensive). For more detailed tactical advice regarding the overarm clear and other overarm shots, see the related link.
Many shots are effective, but the smash (fast downward shot) is like the spike in volleyball. However, with proper strategy in the proper situation anything as light as a drop shot can be just as (if not more) effective.
In Badminton you play to twenty one point, you can play singles, doubles or mixed doubles, singles means that you play by yourself against another player. Doubles is when two people of the same sex play against two people of the same sex, and mixed doubles is when a girl and a boy play doubles against another boy and girl. The object of badminton is to be the first to twenty one points, you want… Read More
1. Overhead clear 2. Overhead smash 3. Overhead drop-shot 4. Underarm drop-shot 5. Drive 6. Long serve 7. Short serve 8.Round smash
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Badminton players are recommended to use tactics in a match because opponents can recognise patterns in play. If you repeat a certain shot or sequence of shots, your opponent may come to recognise this and expect it to happen. If you then suddenly change, your opponent will be caught off guard. Example 1: If you continue using backhand clears, then the opponent will be expecting a backhand clear. If you suddenly change your shot, for… Read More
Muscles for swinging and the snap of the wrist. Muscles from running, jumping and lunging. You may feel extremely sore in your racquet/lunging leg glute and groin after playing badminton from lunging for shots at the net. Many muscles are used. I don't know the exact names but here are some and the parts of the body: Back Forearem Shoulder Glutes Quads (thighs) Hamstrings Groins Calfs Shins and more.
The role of the umpire is to keep the score. He is the main official which means that he keeps score of the match, makes sure that the players are performing legal shots and that there serves are correct. There are many linesmen placed strategically around the court to decide whether a shot landed in or out.
The collective noun for gun shots or rifle shots is a volley of shots. The collective noun for vaccinations is a series of shots. The collective noun for photographs is a sequence of shots. You did not specify what type of 'shots' you were referring to. There is none that begin with an 'f'.
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he collective noun for shots is a volley of shots.
The thickness of you racquet grip won't affect your play much. But, if after you have played a game and your wrist hurts, it means that your grip is a bit too thin. So get a thicker grip. Generally the thicker your grip the more control you have over your shots. It varies depending on how you play.
Needless to say, basic co-ordination is needed for this sport, as it involves a racket and a shuttle. Beginners may struggle to strike the shuttle effectively, however this will become conditioned through experience and training. Players with more co-ordination will excel with regards to more difficult shots and situations.
A fifth = 25.4 ounces. Depending on what size shots you're pouring... 1.5 oz. shots = 16 shots (with a little leftover) 1.0 oz. shots = 25 shots (with a little leftover)
Collective nouns are a series of shots or a schedule of shots.
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