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Badminton games
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The history of badminton
The sport of badminton has its origins in ancient civilizations in Europe and Asia. The ancient game known as battledore (
bat or paddle
) and shuttlecock probably originated more than 2000 years ago.
Famous Malaysia Badminton Athlete
Lee Chong Wei
Misbun Sidek
Rahman Sidek
Rashid Sidek
Razif Sidek
Conclusion
Skills and Equipment
Badminton Grips
Used to
hit shots
that are on the
forehand side
of your body and
head shots
.
Place your playing hand on the handle as if you are
shaking hands
with it.
The racket head should be
perpendicular
to the floor.
Used to hit shots on the
backhand side
of the players body.
The face of the racket should
face the net.
Your thumb should be placed on the backside of the handle for
more powerful shots
.
Badminton Footwork
Remember: your opponents job is to
play every shot away from

you
and the only way to reach the shuttle is
good footwork
.

Basic Badminton Footwork:
shuffle
,

skip
,
bounce
, or
glide
.
Serving
There are many types of serves when it comes to badminton, such as:
High Serve
-Used during singles
-apply to move your opponent
as far back in court
as possible.
-Played with
forehand
grip.
-Bring your racquet to your
shoulder level

and swing.
-Hold the birdie by the feathers and let it drop slightly in front of you.
Equipment
Luckily, this sport does not require much equipment.
A
Racquet
A
Shuttlecock
(a.k.a, birdie or shuttle).
A good pair of
Badminton Shoes
(they are very light and are made of a flexible rubber).
Ready position:
-knees bent
-feet shoulder-width apart
-stay on the balls of your feet
-racquet in front of your body

With the help of the ready position, players must
cover the areas shown in the diagram below
.
Serving
Part 2
Low serve
-Use this badminton serve when you want your opponent to
lift the shuttle
.
-Forehand: Bring your racquet to your
waist level

and swing.
-Backhand: Carry out a
short back swing
and bring the racquet forward.

HIGH SERVE
Low serve
Flick serve
and
drive serve
are also serves used in badminton

they aren't recommended to beginners.
Playing badminton more benefit such as :

- increases the levels of HDL good cholesterol while decreasing the levels of bad cholesterols
- reduce weight and attain optimal weight for height and age
- promotes the activity of the bone forming cells and help in the assimilation of calcium in the bone matrix

Badminton Smash Skill
Rules in badminton
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