Article: The Art of Badminton Deception 2 – Double Motion

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    Great stuff and very concise... please do not try this at home =P
     
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    Superb tutorial. Effective deception is a good way of taking the average club player to another level.
     
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    great!!! another weapon for the advance and/or elite players.
     
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    any video to be followed up?
     
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    ya....pictures or video simplified the thousand words....agree, he he he.....
     
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    good... thanks a lot...
     
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    Actually, contrary to popular beliefs, a tight grip does not always holds best for deceptive play like double motion. The tight grip is only utilize on the hit for the 2nd motion. So for the first motion, a loose grip is much preferred because this will facilitate the changing of motion to the 2nd swing. This is as exactly as featured and tutored in chinese by the great skilled and master deceptionist, Zhao Jianhua.
     
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    Yes, you mean tighten the grip on impact, not keep a tight grip.Beyond this you could discuss the importance of the use of body weight transfer and the speed of withdrawal of the racket head on deception. For instance playing a net shot while your body weight is on the way out (back to base) will make your opponent move back expecting a lift. Moving the racket very quickly or exaggerating the withdrawal will again tell your opponent to expect a power shot e.g. lift. Running "past" the shuttle into the net and lifting off your hip area (LinDan, Tauifk etc) makes your opponent expect a net because you are going "in"
     
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    Totaly agree with you ;)
     
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    I am a visual person. This is the age of info technology. Please revise your workaid step by step with illustration. It is like teaching Chemistry. You have to use aids.
     
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    access to deception

    can I request for an access:):confused:
     
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    excellent... thanks a lot.
     

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