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How to become an Advanced Badminton Player (1) Learn The Basics

This clips shows the important factor of learning right basic skills and logics for a beginner player become an advanced player.

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In this segment Jordan shows us the basics of defending an opponent's attacks from the neutral position.


It sounds simple enough and you sure want to do it right. AQHA Professional Horsewoman Nancy Cahill explains the basics of tying your horse - from the safest places to the best kinds of knots.


One of the best ways to improve your shooting technique is by using the best drill for shooting. This shooting technique is one of the best drills to improve shooting accuracy and shooting range.

Just like Ray Allen, Steve Kerr, or Larry Bird, any of the greatest shooters have one thing in common, great shooting rhythm. By improving your shooting rhythm you can improve your shooting range and your shooting percentage. The great thing about this shooting technique is that you can use it with all of the best shooting drills regardless of what they have you do or where the shots are from.

Focus on improving your rhythm and you'll immediately see an improvement in your shooting accuracy. As you improve your rhythm work on improve the tempo of your rhythm (faster) and you'll be able to shoot at game speed in no time.

For more shooting articles and drills, in addition to anything related to basketball and guard play, make sure to sign up for my quickness tips,


Howcast empowers people with engaging, useful how-to information wherever, whenever they need to know how. Emphasizing high-quality instructional videos, Howcast brings you experts who provide accurate information in easy-to-follow tutorials on everything from makeup, hairstyling, nail art design, and soccer to parkour, skateboarding, dancing, kissing, and much, much more.

Step 1: Understand body type
Understand that your body type strongly affects buoyancy. The size of your lungs in relation to the rest of your body controls how high in the water you will float. Fat floats more easily than bones and muscles, which are denser.

Realize you'll float higher in saltwater, which is denser than freshwater.

Step 2: Test your buoyancy
Test your natural buoyancy. Put on your goggles or a mask and get into the deep end of the pool. Tilt your head back and take in a full breath. Most people are able to float at their eye level with their lungs full of air.

Step 3: Practice breathing
Practice taking in a full breath to float and a letting


Uploaded on Apr 17, 2012Cobi's ProTips4U page:
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In this Pro Tips 4U sports training soccer video, Olympian and 3-time World Cup Soccer veteran, Cobi Jones, shows you how to juggle. Learn the tips and secrets of juggling from beginner to advanced. Why you need to stay on your toes, what to start with and how to slowly increase your way up to the point where you're juggling with a partner back and forth. Cobi also explains the main function of juggling and what juggling should NOT be used for.

Cobi Jones is a retired American soccer player who is the all-time leader in caps for the United States national team and a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame. He played for the Los Angeles Galaxy


Uploaded on Dec 20, 2011Everybody likes to see awesome dribbling skills, beautiful long range shots, and amazing headers - but good soccer players know that in order to make all this happen, you need to know how to pass the ball. The game is all about moving the ball around into advanced positions on the field.

Here are some drills to help improve passing accuracy.