Arrows Badminton Academy

GROUP TRAINING SCHEDULES EVERY TIME VENUE AGE GROUP LEVEL Monday 7pm-9pm Clementi Sport Hall Teens / Adults Beginner / Intermediate Thursday 7pm-9pm Yishun Sports Hall Kids / Teens Beginner / Intermediate Friday 7pm-9pm Sengkang Sport Hall Kids / Teens Beginner / Intermediate Saturday 10am-12pm…

Singapore Badminton School

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Optimum Badminton Academy

Founded by Ex-Singapore national badminton player, Optimum Badminton Academy (OBA) is committed in improving the game of all our trainee through their shared passion for the sport. Our systematic full-scaled trainings aims to lift the game of every trainee with our unique tried-and-tested training…

Wavezlink LLP

We were established in 2008 with the aim of promoting swimming / badminton as a competitive and leisure sport for neighbourhood children at low cost. It is a priviledge to learn competitive swimming / badminton but not every family can afford it. Thus, our aim is linkup the gap between the private…

ST Badminton Academy - Badminton Coaching

Quote from our Head Coach, Mr Eric Chuar, “After 11 years of coaching experience, we have learned how to set a future aim for our students” We must always remember that skills are not for showing off. It is to exchange for medals during competitions. It is not ST Badminton Academy ’s aim to keep…

Smash Max

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BG Badminton Academy

What Our Trainees Say To view the rest of the reviews, click here! Alternatively, you can visit our Facebook or Google review pages. Badminton Coaching Career Singapore Greetings to all badminton coaches and aspiring coaches! If you have the skills, the passion, and the desire to develop great…

How to learn badminton?

Badminton is a great way to stay active and have fun in life, and there are plenty of badminton lessons in Singapore to choose from. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced player, there's a badminton academy or Singapore badminton school that can teach you. If you're just starting, it's a good idea to find a badminton coach who can help you learn the basics and improve your technique. There are many experienced and qualified badminton coaches in Singapore, so you're sure to find one that suits your needs.

How to choose a badminton school?

There are many different badminton coaching schools to choose from, so how do you know which is the best one for you? Here are a few things to consider when choosing a badminton school:
- What type of training do they offer? Some schools focus exclusively on group coaching, while others offer private or semi-private lessons.
- What is the quality of their facilities and equipment? Make sure to check out the badminton courts and see if they are up to professional badminton standards.
- How experienced are their coaches? It's important to choose a school with coaches who have plenty of experience playing and teaching badminton.
- Do they have a good track record of producing successful badminton players?

Is badminton easy for beginners?

Badminton is a sport that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels. It is an easy sport to learn and can be played with friends or family or kids. There are many badminton clubs and lessons available for those who want to learn the game.

If you are interested in learning how to play badminton, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, badminton is typically played with two or four players. If you are just starting, it may be best to find a group or team to play with so you can receive some guidance and instruction. Additionally, there are many badminton training lessons and programs available if you want to get more serious about the sport. Whether you play badminton for fun or competition, it is important to remember that the key to success is practice and perseverance.

What is the age limit for badminton?

Badminton is a sport typically enjoyed by people of all ages. The shuttlecock is lightweight and easy to hit, making the game accessible for young children. However, students of any age can benefit from badminton lessons.
Flexibility and coordination are key skills required for success in badminton. These skills can be taught to students of any age, but average young children are often more flexible and have an easier time learning new skills than older students. Whether you're a young child just starting or an experienced student looking to improve your skills, badminton is a great game for everyone.

How long does it take to learn badminton?

It takes a short amount of time to learn the basics of badminton, but developing skilled play can take much longer. Even trained athletes need many hours of practice to develop positive habits and improve their game. The best trainees aim to get better every day, not just during practice sessions but also by studying video footage and analyzing their mistakes. With enough dedication, even beginner players can start seeing significant improvements after just a few weeks.

How can I practice badminton by myself?

If you have an interest in playing badminton but don’t have anyone to play with, don’t worry! You can still practice and improve your skills by yourself. All you need is a racket and a badminton court.

If you want to take your badminton game to the next competitive level, you can join a class or hire a coach. Many full-time badminton coaches offer private lessons and group badminton classes. You can also find reviews of different coaching services online on your phone and take a trial lesson.

What is the best time of year to take badminton classes?

If you are a beginner, taking classes during the summer session may be your best bet. The weather is generally more forgiving, and you won't have to worry about school or work getting in the way of your sports training. If you're looking to compete at a national or world level, however, fall and winter are when most tournaments are held. You'll want to make sure you're in top form during these months so you can perform your best when it counts.

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