Come on in! Move away! Get ready men!
Come on in! Move away! Get ready men!
We are live again… sorry, but we are Well, we’re not sorry that we’re alive, but we’re happy to be doing this We’re going to show you the warm up we did for the Pickleball clinic today I’m Nicole and I’m Robin We’re going to show you how we warmed up our new set of best friends today For National Girls and Women In Sports Day at MCLA
Coachingbadminton.com Follow Lee – Lesson 1-4 The Net Kill (How to move racket) Move your racket the shortest way to the shuttlecock How to move your racket from ready position to the shuttle cock How to move your arm to the shuttle cock The definition is move your racket, move your arm shortest way to the shuttle cock, this is what I mean your racket is there, shuttle is coming hold it there, come closer, ya stop you are here go to the shuttle cock that way there go and then hit not like this 80-90 percent of club players do that move your racket to the shuttle straight way quicker, sharper ok throw shuttle wrong way right way again short forehand ready ready, shuttle there do that bang do that bang not ok with shuttle hold – tap hold – tap move -tap wrong way move your racket CoachingBadminton.com Lee Jae Bok
Boop a dee beep, boop.
[Arin laughs] A: Tennis! D: Tennis! A: Tennis? D: And…tennis. A: Mmm…tennis! D: Tennis! A: [deep inhale] A: Tennis. D: Have you considered…tennis? A: Awwww, tennis. D: Awwwww, tennis. A: Mmmmmm… A: ᵗᵉⁿⁿᶦˢ. D: Tennis. A: Tennis. D: Tennis. A: Tennis. D: Tennis. A: Tennis. [ball boops] A: Tennis. D: Oh my god.
A: Tennis. A: Tennis.
D: [laughs] A: Tennis. D: Jesus Christ! A: No, get right up on the–
get right up on the net. D: Really?
A: Tennis. A: Tennis. [Tennis ad infinitum] A: Tennis.
D: Tennis. A: [laughs] D: Tennis. D: Arin. A: [laughs] D: There has to be a way to hit
a different kind of shot, right? A: I– [blows a raspberry] [ball boops] D: Would you please fucking move? A: No, why would I move? A: I’m getting–I’m 100% safe. [ball boopin’] D: This is the worst.
A: [laughs] A: [laughs] D: [laughs] This is the worst. A: [laughs more] D: I’m giving us the trophy for worst. A: Can’t YOU hit in a different direction? D: I can’t, I’m trying. D: I’m trying everything. A: Even if I move, it doesn’t move. D: All right, I’ll try back here. [Dan loses]
A: [laughs] D: Perfect.
A: [laughs] D: I HATE this game.
A: [laughs] A: This fuckin’ SUCKS.
D: [laughs] [beatboxing music] [last ball boop]
COMM: This incredible footage may look like state of the art Hollywood special effects,
but it was actually made on a shoestring budget by animator Olaf Louwinger. The 33-year-old South African’s animation shows the anatomy of a tennis player striking
a ball, capturing the formal position of a skeletal structure, circulatory system, muscles
and organs. The footage of the empty court was taken on a basic handheld camera, before the sophisticated
CG model was superimposed. The model has been refined over a number of years, but the footage, which took only three
weeks to produce, was made by Olaf to see how far he could push the low-budget technology.
Hi everyone! Thia is Ean for Online
Tennis Instruction. Let’s talk about movement real quick! Just a quick tip on
on how to move when you play tennis not running but just in a short area,
what we call your comfort zone. In other words when you don’t have to really run for
shots but when you just have to move your weight around. Most people don’t
have a good understanding of this. You see them doing all kinds
of things with their feet, sliding their feet together. First of all when you slide your feet together in tennis
your head bobs up and down and it’s a slow move! You can see how long this
takes. So you want to learn to keep your feet apart you want to try to keep your
feet away from each other. So you want to establish and defend that space between
your feet so whatever space you pick there, you want to try to establish and
defend as much as possible. So if i need to move back for a little bit I’m
just going to shift there, if I move in for a shot I’m just going to shift a
little bit there, if I need to move around the ball i’m just going to move
around a little bit but you can see my feet don’t really come together. We call
this heel clicking. When you’re a heel clicker number one you’re very, very slow
even if you’re a great athlete…if you move with your feet sliding together
you look kind of slow. Number two, it lifts your center of gravity which is not good! To become a good mover you have to have a low center of gravity so you have
to keep your feet more than shoulder-width apart and and defend that
base. So here’s a little trick you can do. Just use one of these little bands…
you can get them anywhere. Don’t go with a lot of
resistance unless you want to work out. If you’re very strong and you want to work
out with it you can use more resistance. This band doesn’t have a lot
of resistance. All I want to do is use it to to feel what’s
happening between my feet. So if my feet start to slide together that band is
going to slack. I want to keep this stretch in the band. So watch when I
move around! When I move around you see that the band stays the same. If I need
to move back a little bit, I move back a little bit but
the distance stays the same. If I need to move in a little bit,
the distance is the same. If I need to move around, I move around but you can
see I’m not messing too much with that spacing between my feet and that little
tip there can make you a much better mover! We find with most people we
work with that concept of doing rhythm steps.
These little adjustment steps are not always there! So they find themselves in awkward
positions over the ball and a lot of times just completely off-balance and
this thing can definitely help you with that!
Novak Djokovic started his life in war-torn Serbia. Defying all odds, he went on to become the No.1 ranked tennis player in the world. I come from a family that didn’t have any tennis tradition,
neither did my country. So I picked up a tennis racket, you can say by chance,
but it was a destiny really. I came from, you know, certain kind of conditions and situations in life,
which were completely the opposite of now. So when I arrived to the point where
I was the best tennis player in the world… childhood days just start going through my mind
and I was full of emotions. Movement is probably the most
important aspect of my training. Only when I am balanced, in all physical,
mental, emotional bodies… I am able to shine and I am able to get the best out of myself. You know I try to remind myself that I’m not alone here.
Just being grateful that… I have that opportunity to play and
to share that amazing moment… with so many people
on the stands and around the world. That is the biggest motivation I can get.