BADMINTON TECHNIQUE #57 – BACKHAND CLEAR , BASIC TUTORAL
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How to Hit the Overhead Badminton Backhand Clear?
Hitting a perfect Backhand Clear is difficult. You should only focus on generating enough power to hit the shuttle from one end to another.
Your opponents will try to force you to perform backhand strokes by hitting shuttles towards your backhand area!
This stroke is by any means very important to master to get you out of trouble!
HOW TO GENERATE ENOUGH POWER?
1) A relaxed backhand grip
2) Your racket foot must point towards the corner
3) Raise the elbow as high as possible!
4) Extend your arm and tighten up the grip at impact
5) Do not stop the swing! The swing should be ONE smooth motion.
6) Stomp with your feet as you hit the shuttle – this will generate even more power! (whiplash effect) The kinetic chain
WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT? (Coming soon) ==============================================================================
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Thanks for this. It’s one of my weakest shots, mainly because I can’t reach the base. Generally, my b/h clears only reach front/mid-court allowing my opponents to just stand at the net and gain an easy point. Have tried going cross court but really I need to practice what you’ve demonstrated.
We hope this will help you! Otherwise, let us know and we will do our best to help you!
Is there any drill that we can do indoors that will improve the “wave ” motion used for Backhand clear?
@Shuttle Life – Thank you for the offer. Playing tonight and tomorrow, so will revert if there’s no improvement.
Great! Good luck! 🤞
I am a newbie. My question is, a person with knee injury can play around the head shot as advised in this video. I mean, during his/her footwork his left knee would have to bear a lot of bodyweight or otherwise? Your guidance in this regard will be highly appriciated
Keep the videos short and more emojis!!! 😁
i really love this channel, simple and effective
We will remember that
We are very glad to hear, that our videos helped you to get better. You should always put some weight on your knee 3 times a week. Even though if it’s only a couple of jumps – it’s better than nothing. Otherwise injuries occur due to the lack of exercise
Great question! YES, their is 🙂
Take a look at the following videos!
Thanks a lot for your detailed answer. I give up after having a knee lock problem. My left leg cant bear my body weight. But your videos are boosting me to involve on this game again. Therefore i am after a footwork…. In which my left knee have to bear the minimum body weight and enjoy this beautiful game
Just make sure not to rush into something! Otherwise your knee will cause you a setback with a injury.. ✌️💪
Excellent,excellent,excellent guys!This is the video I was waiting for.
Nice to hear!
Basically, Badminton is a knee-killer sport. Your legs and footwork play a crucial role in every shot. They bear your whole bodyweight (even worse with jump shots).
I had a knee cartilage surgery after years playing this sport. My experience is you should purchase a pair of shoe with good cushion. Get yourself a knee support brace. And more important, to prevent potential injuries, do the leg workout, focus on hamstring, quadriceps and calves. Those muscles help alot for your knees.
Enjoy this amazing sport!
A very great answer!
Read this @khalid mahmood
Even if you have watched this video, you have to practice a thousand times, It will come itself
Can you make vietnamese subtitles?thank you:3
There is English 🤔
Thanks to both, this Tutorial in backhand clear, is so simply and so clear 👍👍🏸🏸
So many fellow Indians and their comments, had to double check to make sure I wasn’t watching a cricket tutorial 😆
I would like to ask a important question here…should we follow through for more power..or stop the racket at impact for more power..?
Keep up the good work!!!!!!!!!
Badminton’s catching up pal
Racket, string and tension?
A better racquet and looser strings help
My question is should we follow through or stop when we hit the shuttle….which produces more power?
Extremely useful..thanks a lot💯
Thanks for this awesome video on the backhand clear, very helpful! I was a professional athlete and now I’m making content too, would love it if you could take a look =)
The video is so great! I am so impressive with the girl ❤️❤️
I came from my google classroom attachment lol
That’s great! Where do you live? 🙂
Make a video on this topic that which is the best racquet for playing 2020
Wow you are replacing litarilly most of the people you are a good youtuber
What do you mean? 😃
Then you deserve likes