The badminton clubs are empty.

And we miss playing badminton. But with a little creativity, you can still keep playing.

While some badminton drills require a full court, others don't! And that's pretty awesome, as most of us are restricted to the four walls of our home at the moment. 

We'd love to show you 3 drills you can do without leaving your house. 

You will need: 
  • Your badminton racquet
  • 12 shuttles
  • Tape
  • 1 (robust) wall
  • 1 coffee cup
  • Your phone

Without further to do, let us dive into three badminton exercises you can do at home to keep your game on point - and have some fun.

 

Drill #1: The Coffee Cup Challenge 

This one is quite simple but really entertaining. For this drill you will need your racket, 1 shuttle and 1 coffee cup.


Here's how it's done:


Find a spacious room. Place a coffee cup on the floor or on a table. Take 3-4 steps back, and grab your racket and the shuttle.


The drill has one goal: hit the shuttle in the cup.

This drill has been running for some time on social media. If you want to participate in the challenge, film your attempt and share it on Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #coffecupchallenge. If you need some inspiration, take a look at this video

Drill #2: Wallwork 


This one is also quite simple. You will need your racket, 1 shuttle and 1 robust wall (if you don't want to destroy the walls in your house 😉)


Wallwork works like this:


Place yourself about 2 meters away from the wall. Hit the shuttle into the wall. If you hit it hard enough, it will bounce back - I promise 🏸 

Now keep playing. The wall will always return the ball (of course it will, it's a wall), so the aim here is to get as many shots in a row as possible. Badminton coach Philip Adams does it pretty well here. Take a look to see how it's done.

 

The most important tip for this drill is, to find a wall that can take it! Enjoy.

Drill #3: The Serve Challenge 

The last drill we'll show you is all about training your serve. It's a bit more complicated than the other ones, so here's a video to show you how it's done. 

 

For The Serve Challenge, you will need your racket12 shuttles, tape, your phone and a (normal) wall. 


Measure 152cm from the floor up. Put a strip of tape, horizontally, on the wall. Measure 12cm up from that strip of tape (164cm from the floor), and place another strip of tape there. That's the net!

 

Now, step back 2 meters. Grab your racket, line the 12 shuttles up and grab your phone.

 

The goal of this drill is, to hit the 12 shuttles inside the "net" as fast as you can. If you miss the net, serve the shuttle again.


The Serve Challenge has also been shared a lot on social media, so use the hashtag #ServeChallenge to share your attempt. 

So, here we are. Three challenges you can do at home. We hope you'll try them out so you're ready to get back on the court when the time comes 😊 

 

Anyone who shares their own video doing one of these challenges will receive a 15% discount code on GripFixer.com. Use one of the hashtags and use #gripfixer - then we'll send you the discount code.

Good luck - and have fun!