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Badminton shoes Why does his left foot before the soles of his feet inside the book (the big toe, wh

276.70014 million2010-02-14 00:02:04 +0000 #1

Bad-Ming Don2010-02-14 00:17:21 +0000 #2
If you are a right hand grip to show that you do well before the court steps after the

right leg, left leg dragging behind and together, the inside is easy to wear and tear of the

recommendations to reduce this wear and tear because of excessive wear on the show that you step foot inside the ground after the last step is not immediately after the center moved to the left will certainly not be quick retracement, forget Louzhu lot of experience, willing to answer useful to you

If you are a left-handed. . . That was how the body disharmony ah. . .
19840519asd2010-02-14 00:26:25 +0000 #3
not, because people's feet and not the same, I guess your big toe may be like me, have a longer, ha ha ha, big toe force, the wear and tear of course powerful, right?
vieto_yoyo2010-02-14 01:13:29 +0000 #4
because you are right-handed grip, while the right-hand shot footwork is easy to grind the place. Left-handed just the opposite, you find a left-handed read to find out.
a107762010-02-14 01:31:19 +0000 #5
because there are many emergency stop playing when the sharp reversal, are mainly affected by the thumb to rely on force to control. And technologies such as jumping to kill is also a piece of action in place when the whereabouts of the first, and thus ... ...

is not the pace.

Personally feel that the pace is still relatively easy to use skip step, good control, speed and quick lateral movement.

Hope your badminton playing well ... ...

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