Category: Badminton Beginner

Family Badminton in Warrington

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There is a new type of badminton fun around in Warrington where children and their parents can come together and enjoy a safe, challenging, development-focused fun session with Coach Frank. See the below videos to get the hint about what we call fun: There… Continue Reading “Family Badminton in Warrington”

20% off for next term

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The offer We are offering coaching from the age of 8 to 18 years. These are coached, 1 hour sessions fit for school half terms* run by a Registered Badminton England UKCC Level 2 coach, Frank – Ferenc Szekely at Broomfileds Leisure Centre. This… Continue Reading “20% off for next term”

Girls` periods vs. Badminton

The article aims to make you aware that Coach Frank has a good understanding of this part of a girl`s life and happy to support you on your hard days. Female hormones not only affecting mood and cause some pain, it could weaken a… Continue Reading “Girls` periods vs. Badminton”

Badminton Mindset

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While I am visiting social media sites, I am interested to find out what people think about all things badminton. I would like to know how people see and feel badminton and what it means to them. My gut tells me that I have… Continue Reading “Badminton Mindset”

Why you feel right after hit that your shot will be wrong or right

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When I first met this sensation long before this article on Science alert, I did not understand it. It confused me really. How is that possible that I made a shot, the shuttle just left my racket and I knew it will be out… Continue Reading “Why you feel right after hit that your shot will be wrong or right”

Having a relationship within a pair

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I think this is a topic we must take the courage to talk about. This can sensitively affect players’ lives but if we keep silent, even worse affections can happen in young people`s lives without any kind of narrative or control to direct them… Continue Reading “Having a relationship within a pair”

Support our teachers

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I found an inspiring content on LinkedIn which describes the difficulties of teachers these days. I hope they can all get into a position soon which will be less challenging on the virus and more challenging on fixing the climate. Find the original post… Continue Reading “Support our teachers”

Shuttle time!

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I thought I need to start creating content for the future collaborations with teachers in South Warrington. There is an international initiative called “Shuttle time” which aim to “Giving every child the chance to play for life”. In 2012 BWF launched Shuttle Time to the world.… Continue Reading “Shuttle time!”

An example of ACL tear – Carolina Marin

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Carolina Marin is an Olympic champion (2016 Rio), three-time World champion (2014, 2015 and 2018), four-time European champion and former World’s No. 1 in BWF rankings for women’s singles. She holds the World No. 1 title for a record number of 66 weeks. During… Continue Reading “An example of ACL tear – Carolina Marin”

It’s not like we are going to the Olympics, so there is no need to take this seriously

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Badminton is about to find joy in playing with someone using a shuttle, the racket and all the milieu it provides. Sounds, movements, the intensity of the rally, short breath, high blood pressure, sweating, other body sensations. Those all together make it fun, exciting… Continue Reading “It’s not like we are going to the Olympics, so there is no need to take this seriously”

The central role of parents in youth sports

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I would like to share an important message that comes from a coach-educator and a true believer of the parent-coach relationship which we adopt and start to promote once we can get back to the courts. Here is the part of his message: “As… Continue Reading “The central role of parents in youth sports”

Layers of trust in doubles – Describing mutual trust – part 3 of 6

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The end of the previous article: “If you continue using the currently failing layer, it may create an avalanche of unnecessary risk-taking and loads of bad decisions where you will lose your precious focus on the game and the most important thing makes you strong.… Continue Reading “Layers of trust in doubles – Describing mutual trust – part 3 of 6”

The layers of trust in doubles – How layers build up – part 2 of 6

The end of the previous article: “Let it happen. Accept your vulnerability and TRUST your partner`s abilities.“ About trust So what layers am I talking about? When we talk about trust, we often thinking about it as a big, intangible cloud that we have… Continue Reading “The layers of trust in doubles – How layers build up – part 2 of 6”

The layers of trust in doubles – Discovery – part 1 of 6

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The other day, I was listening to a badminton podcasts where the participants have discussed that a good relationship is important in doubles between the players. I found that vague and I want to break it down to you to understand HOW you can… Continue Reading “The layers of trust in doubles – Discovery – part 1 of 6”

Golly, my child needs badminton equipment! 😱 What to buy?!

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We, parents, are aware that our child could potentially try lots of sports which may require lots of different equipment before they found their favourite activity. This could be an expensive journey through the years and I would like to give you some advice… Continue Reading “Golly, my child needs badminton equipment! 😱 What to buy?!”