Last updated on August 16th, 2020 at 10:49 am AEST (+10:00)
A compilation of useful YouTube channels for badminton enthusiasts
Badminton Famly (not Family as I first read 😁) : https://www.youtube.com/c/BadmintonFamly
- I’m following this channel below closely these days. It has a great amount of free contents. The videos are succinct but informative, and not to mention they are professionally created and choreographed. There’s a paid option if anyone is interested:
I hope they go well and will consider getting a subscription some time in the future.
- As I pointed out in my beginner guide, footwork is a critical part of improving your game. I can see that in the social baddy groups I currently play not everyone can move around effectively. Most of them picked up the experience by playing for years, they have the instinctive skill sets but lack the foundation of the game. This old but gold channel is one of the first ones I followed. It contains short videos of the important pieces of footwork:
- The very first channel I watched a lot back in the days is this one below. Anna Rice – the instructor – spent a lot of time going into details in her videos. A lot of stuffs may not make sense first of all but if you revisit the videos after some time, it will start to click.