Category: Badminton Competition

Layers of trust in doubles – My partner`s trust in me – part 5 of 7

Coach Frank plays Badminton

The end of the previous article: “I`m sure because we are all different, you would need other or more answers about your partner before a game. I would go with these and in the first 10 points, those answers will probably come and help to… Continue Reading “Layers of trust in doubles – My partner`s trust in me – part 5 of 7”

Oversimplifying learning of skill and the anger it could cause

Mia Blichfeldt badminton athelete

I was reading about a top women singles player on BWF`s blog and got a feeling that I want to talk about impatience on the court. The process of learning a movement or a quick reaction for a situation might be easy. For some… Continue Reading “Oversimplifying learning of skill and the anger it could cause”

How impatience made me patient

badminton player in an emotional valley

I found an interesting topic at my LinkedIn Feed where Dan talking about what costs we need to pay if we want to take an opportunity. I remember when I was on the journey to get closer to my physical best, I did not… Continue Reading “How impatience made me patient”

How forestry can relate to Badminton

Badminton Forest

I am learning about forestry and the layers of a forest. How is that resonates with Badminton? Let`s go through on my findings. All forest layers have an important role to help maintain the soil, exchange nutrients with other layers so all can thrive… Continue Reading “How forestry can relate to Badminton”

How to tackle climate change in badminton

Badminton legends - Lin and Lee

I am watching a lot and learning about permaculture, rainforests and the Miyawaki method and found a close connection between climate change of the planet and our changes in the world of badminton. One of the legends in Badminton, unarguably the most successful in… Continue Reading “How to tackle climate change in badminton”

Remember to enjoy the training

A S Ginting Badminton Athlete

No biggie for today, just a quick one from one of the best player on the world right now, Anthony Sinisuka Ginting having fun time at the All England and gave some important advice every one of you should consider if you want a… Continue Reading “Remember to enjoy the training”

How to handle your feelings if you`ve been tricked in badminton

Greysia Polii badminton athlete

Have you ever been tricked and been frustrated or angry after that? Do you feel foolish because of it and cannot manage your feelings? You liked what happened on court but don`t like that it happened with you? This article will help you understand… Continue Reading “How to handle your feelings if you`ve been tricked in badminton”

Meet the trick in badminton doubles never been discussed a.k.a what PVD is?

PVD badminton deception

Ever wondered during a doubles game how your opponent could be there that quick at the net? Or how they could even hit the shuttle from that position? Wonder no longer, here are the answers. What types of deceptions exist? There are 2 types… Continue Reading “Meet the trick in badminton doubles never been discussed a.k.a what PVD is?”

Score driven focus makes you lose in badminton

pressure of scores in badminton

This is a paradox in sports competitions. The winning and losing determined by the scores. If you are not a top athlete, you need to count scores. How can you not affected by the scores if you need to keep them in your head?… Continue Reading “Score driven focus makes you lose in badminton”

Why you should enter a badminton competition?

Badminton Becky - Blogger

Guys, please listen carefully to this lady, I must say I totally agree with her. Enter into a competition when you can, try yourself even if you think you are not ready for it. Losing in front of a crowd is hard for first,… Continue Reading “Why you should enter a badminton competition?”

The foundation of the three amigos in badminton

Three Amigos - Sunrise Badminton Warrington

I believe many of our badminton parents have seen the movie Three Amigos which debuted in the `80s where the three actors,  Lorne Michaels, Steve Martin, and Randy Newman have shown how friends could face with real-life situations. They were unprepared to go against a bandit,… Continue Reading “The foundation of the three amigos in badminton”