Essentials of Badminton Technique
Are You Tired Of Getting Nowhere In Badminton?a
Are you wasting a lot of energy on the badminton court? Do you struggle to cover the whole court? Are your smashes weak and inaccurate? With poor technique everything is harder, but with good technique, a whole new world can open up to you as a player.
- What if you could cover the court smoothly, and with minimal energy?
- What if you could add that “snap” to your strokes giving them that extra bit of power?
- What if you could hit your shots with more accuracy and make fewer errors?
Finally, what if you could learn all of this from World Champion Peter Rasmussen?
The course we have created for you is called “The Essentials of Badminton Technique”. Just as it sounds this course covers all of the essential skills of badminton technique to help you to create a strong foundation for your game.
We have had hundreds of satisfied customers all over the world and here is our product:
Online access with DVD shipped to your home
Regular Price $39.95 plus $7.50 s/h
If you have a slower internet connection, or would prefer to watch our instructional videos on your television, we will ship a DVD to your home.
You will also get instant access to our online version as well.
What’s In The Course?
The course has more than 27 videos, and over 2 hours of instructional content with in depth explanations of all the most important badminton skills. Here are all of the videos included:
Front Court Skills
- Net Shot
- Cross Court Net Shot
- Neutral Net Shot
- Defensive Net Shot
- Net Kill
- Net Lob
- Defensive Lift
- Smash Return
Back Court Skills
- Forehand Clear
- Backhand Clear
- Defensive Forehand Clear
- Forehand Drop
- Backhand Drop
- Forehand Slice
- Reverse Slice
- Defensive Forehand Slice
- Defensive Backhand Slice
- Forehand Smash
- Backhand Smash
- Jump Smash
- Pre Load Jump
- Front Court Footwork
- Back Court Footwork
Serve and Grip
- Forehand Serve (Short, Long, Flick)
- Backhand Serve (Short, Flick)
- The Grip
Why Should You Learn From Us?
“Technique is the foundation for any great player, and Peter delivers on this promise.”
Poul-Erik Hoyer Larsen, Olympic Gold Medalist 1996
“Without extremely good technique you are limited in your possibilities.”
Steen Pedersen, Former Danish National Team Head Coach
“I have loads of instructional videos on technique, but still found new ideas on the DVD that I hadn’t seen explained so well anywhere else. Well worth the price and I am looking forward to the next one!”
Mel Wyatt, Customer from the U.K.
What Will Excellent Technique Do For My Game?
Of course it make sense that you should try to work on your technique. Any work you do on any part of your game is going to produce results. But what are the specific benefits of having excellent technique?
Have you every noticed how effortless things look for the top players? They move around the court like they are floating on air, and they can get out of some really difficult positions because they can backhand clear from one corner to another with no effort. By perfecting your technique you can make things so much easier for yourself.
Be More Dangerous
Hit a clear half court against me and you will not return the next shot. Is that the case for you? Or are your opponents returning your shots easily? With improved technique you will be hitting much harder, and with more accuracy. Be scary out there!
Stop Making So Many Mistakes
Over and in! This is something you hear many coaches shouting at their players during training, and while you want to be hitting high quality shots that paint the lines, you also need to make sure that the shuttle goes OVER AND IN! By reducing the number of mistakes you make you put a lot of pressure on your opponent.
Be More Deceptive
You don’t need to do anything fancy to be deceptive. No trick shots necessary. However, when you have good technique your opponent won’t be able to read your shots, and anticipating where you are hitting the shuttle next is very difficult. Always keep them guessing!
Bonuses $20 Value!
Exclusive online interviews with Peter’s former coaches:
Our customers only login section now gives you interviews with both of Peter’s biggest badminton influences.
Lian Ying Zhang was Peter’s junior coach. He is considered by many to be the Yoda of badminton, and has molded many of the top players to come out of Denmark. Currently he works with the Danish national team.
Steen Pedersen was Peter’s coach on the Danish National team and was the Danish National Coach for a number of years. Steen was coaching Peter when he won that epic match in 1997 against Sun Jun in the World Championship final.
Our Guarantee To You
Take Action Now
The only way you can be sure that you will see big improvements in your game is to take action, to start working on your weaknesses from the bottom up. These skills are the foundation of my game, the same game that I used to become a Danish national champion, a European champion, and a World champion.
To get this sort of instruction from a World Champion would normally cost you more than $100.00 per hour, but with our course you get just over 2 hours of instruction that you can watch over and over again online for only $39.95.
And for those of you who would like to watch on your television, for only a few dollars more plus shipping you can have a DVD version of our course as well. What are you waiting for? Take action now to improve your game and get started on the Essentials of Badminton Technique course.
Online Course plus DVD
(Instant Access to Online Course, DVD Shipping Worldwide)
Regular Price $39.95 plus $7.50 s/h
(Prices in Canadian Dollars)
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