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Developing slice and spin

Developing Slice & Spin

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Overall aims & focus:
To provide coaches with practical strategies to develop the use of slice and spin with their players. The session will cover the principles of the use of slice (in the rear court) and spin (at the net) and provide practical examples of how this area of the game can be effectively developed with players.

Target audience:
Level 1 coaches (aiming towards Level 2) & Level 2 coaches

Learning outcomes:
- Recall key aspects of movement and hitting skills in the FC from UKCC Level 1 and 2.
- Understand key principles of spinning the shuttle in the FC.
- Identify and coach the key technical and tactical aspects of in-to-out and out-to-in spin net shots on the forehand (F/H) and backhand (B/H) sides, and perform an appropriate demonstration.
- Identify and coach the key technical and tactical aspects of F/H and B/H cross-nets, and perform an appropriate demonstration.
- Identify and coach the key technical and tactical aspects of using slice and reverse slice in the RC, and perform an appropriate demonstration.

Key content linked to outcomes:
• Understand key principles of spinning the shuttle in the FC.
-Body position
-Racket position
• Identify the key technical and tactical aspects of in-to-out and out-to-in spin net shots on the forehand (F/H) and backhand (B/H) sides,
-Movement
-Grips
-Hitting action to create and control the spin
• Identify and coach the key technical and tactical aspects of F/H and B/H cross-nets,
-Racket position
-Hitting action
-Tactical implications
• Identify and coach the key technical and tactical aspects of using slice and reverse slice in the RC,
-Preparation (Deception)
-Impact point
-Grip & hitting action
-Recovery movement
-Tactical implications

Assessment method:
Attendance Only

Delivery method:
3 hour practical workshop
 

Prices:

Non Coaching Register member - £40

Badminton England Coaching Register member - £30

 

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