How to STICK SMASH Cross Court Around the Head, Badminton



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STEP BY STEP TUTORIAL on how to make a controlled SMASH. The STICK SMASH is used to surprise our opponent. With a small swing looks like a low pace shot but ends up being a smash.

TIP#1: We want to hit the shot mainly with our forearm and fingers
TIP#2: Have a loose arm and grip in order to generate power as we throw our elbow, pronate the forearm

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35 comments

  1. Does hitting it as high as possible for steepness work at the back of the court? won't it go in the net? Do you adjust steepness the nearer you are and if so how?

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  2. Thank you very much !

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  3. Rasmus, are you using forehand grip? If forehand grip, I feel that the thumb can be resisting the moment (too much pressure adding to he thumb). Where do you position the thumb?

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  4. I agree with Jonathan.
    I like this technique.

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  5. Very nice…
    And…
    Thanks…

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  6. Sir what is the use of stick smash

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  7. Wow, this helped me so much! Instant subscribe. Thank you!

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  8. I love e you badminton famly

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  9. This is a good technique, I think this will definitely help my single games. Not too much doubles because if I decided to go cross, my opponent would be ready and do a straight block or drive down the line; i'm dead. LOL

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  10. Arcsaber 11🤤

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  11. Is this footwork the same as for around the head clear? I mean push-turn-jump? Because I do push-turn-2 chase, I guess it's incorrent..and still cant reach the shuttle to make powerful clear, just some lazy dropshot, or even some backhand shot..Do you have video about how not to be scared about around the head clear?:)

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  12. This video and the 2v1 exercise video was excellent the way of understanding the concept is really amazing and I hope you will continue further in your channel Subscribed I just have a query that which racquet you are using

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  13. Yes your right this is also what i do

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  14. U guys mean cross court smash?

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  15. Nice video

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  16. In this video what is your racket

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  17. 3 best badminton player
    Lee Chong Wei
    Lin dan
    Rasmus Tran

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  18. Greatly explained dude!

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  19. Great video bro ! Love it

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  20. Thanks for the beautiful video.

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  21. One of the most important part of this technique is the wrist rotation. I think your video should have focused on it adequately. Especially the release of the forefinger to let the free wrist roll cross-ward. Strange that we were practising this today and i come home to see your episode on the same. The secret of the shot is also to stop the arm/elbow/wrist movement for a split second before the shot is played inorder to keep the movement minimal. A fluid movement causes excessive movement and hence a slit second stop helps control the short action for the short. My 2 cents dear!

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  22. Can you explain the use of lefthand.🙏?!?

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  23. We would love to see this type of videos. Great information in description also. 🙏

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  24. Love ur videos and the love for badminton u show through these. But I would love it if u give some In Depth videos on some of the moves. Like a 10min vid where u talk about when to use it and how to practice the move effectively. Thanks for ur hardwork in making these vids.

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  25. nice

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  26. Great tks, why do we want to fully rotate hip before we hit, for power and/or for landing correctly?

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  27. Love the quality of these new videos Rasmus!

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  28. Nice video , this greatly helped me

    Thanks sir

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  29. The channel is going good

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  30. Hoooo nice very useful

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  31. Thanks for some tips! I can use this for my 2nd match this year

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  32. Liked the old badminton system intro more. But still great video

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  33. nice video, thanks sir

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  34. Finally some goood content

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  35. 1st

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