Model H5 Badminton Shuttlecock Shooter

Place of Origin:Guangdong, China (Mainland) Brand Name:SIBOASI Model Number:H5 Type:Badminton Shuttlecock Shooter Color:Red Ball capacity:180 balls Ball speed:20-140km/h Ball frequency:1.2-4.5 sec/ball AC power:100V-240V DC power:Choosable Power:75W Remote control:Full function Main motor:High-tech Warranty:24 Months

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1. Jog

Try to jog at least 3 days a week for 30 minutes on end. Endurance is a key factor in badminton and the more stamina you have, the better you more you are to constantly retrieve shots without tiring out.

2. Skip

Skip for at least 10 minutes a day. This will train you to be more comfortable on your toes, helping to keep your feet light and nimble.

3. Shadow Playing

Practice shadow playing to allow yourself to visualize how to move till it becomes instinctual. If you can master this, you won't have to consciously worry about the footwork needed in real game situations.

4. Silent Footwork

You can measure your quality of footwork by observing how little noise your feet make when you move and land. The lesser the sound, the better you are at absorbing the pressure, weight of your body and keeping your balance.






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