What kind of prepared attitude will we discuss this time? ready attitude in badminton is very important to master because it will determine our reaction when returning opponent shuttlecock. If our ready position is wrong then it will allow the opponent to gain points from the error. So like a good prepared attitude that? following his friend’s review.
Before discussing too much about this basic attitude ready, it’s good we give prior understanding about this ready attitude. The ready attitude is the position or the initial attitude (the beginning) to welcome the coming shuttlecock from the opponent. This basic attitude is ready to stand in the balance of unstable in the middle of the field (center), because with the attitude will allow us to react as quickly as possible toward the direction of shuttlecock.
Placement of the foot position in the middle of the field is the basic position that must be owned by every badminton player. Mastering the position of the center means mastery of the whole field, because by placing the position of the foot in this center the player is pasa middle position so that all the field is in an affordable position. The correct preparedness is the basis of success of the next movements, whereas the correct preparedness itself is an attitude that allows the player to easily and quickly perform the necessary movements. In other words the positioning of the foot and posture is in a good position to move forward, sideways or backward. In this connection the following things need to be done by players, especially for friends who are still the first beginner when doing long service. The description of the position of the basic attitude ready can be explained as follows:
a. The body is slightly bent, also on the waist and knees while both eyeballs are pointed at the shuttlecock. This attitude is cultivated in such a way that it gives rise to an attitude ready to pounce wherever the shuttlecock moves.
b. The position of the racket should be right in front of the chest in a straight up position gradually tilted to the left. Stucking the racket down in this position will only slow down the movement’s reaction and game tempo only.
c. The eyes of both eyes are always directed towards the shuttlecock that is in the game.
d. Here’s an example of a picture for a position of ready attitude in badminton.