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For a monthly subscription, you can access all of the badminton courses offered by Lee Jae Bok Badminton School. Also, subscribers will be able to access new courses the day they are released.
Courses Included with Purchase
"NEW FREE CLIPS FOR VISITORS"
These are the free clips for visitors to view and I hope you like them
COURSE 700. Badminton With Coach Lee-This Week New Clips
New Clips On All Different Aspects of Badminton
Course 600. All About Footwork Skills
Review and train all the important Footwork Skills
Course 500. 12 SINGLES Training Course - 12 Month Program
This is a 12 month training course for singles. Train your winning mind, advanced tactics, fast footwork, deceptive and advanced shots.
Course 400. Level Doubles Training Course - 10 Month Program
This is a 10 month training course for developing all the doubles hitting skills, tactics, movement skills, fitness and your confidence and self belief to win
"NEW" Course 497. Just Hitting Actions For You To Follow - 8 Months
This course is to show you the hitting actions of all the badminton skills
Course 61. How To Become An Advanced Player - Full DVD (Created in 2012)
Understand the qualities to be an outstanding badminton player
Course 60. Poor Badminton Player's Behaviour - Full DVD (Created in 2012)
View this DVD and avoid those behaviours
Course 59. Power Smash - Full DVD (Created in 2012)
Learn all the key POWER SMASH skills
Course 58. Follow Coach Lee- Net Kill - Full DVD (Created in 2012)
Follow Coach Lee and Learn Hopw to Do The Net Kill Skills
Course 57. How to Win Mixed Doubles - Full DVD (Created in 2012)
Learn How to Win Mixed Doubles
Course 56. How to Play Doubles - Full DVD (Created in 2012)
Learn Key Doubles Tacktics and Skills
Course 55. How to Coach - Coaches Full DVD (Created in 2012)
Learn How to Coach Players.
Course 54. How To Do Backhand Clear Full DVD (Created in 2011)
Master all the key backhand clear skills
Course 53. Advanced Footwork Full DVD (Created in 2012)
All the Advanced Footwork Skills
Course 52. How to Teach Smash Defence in Doubles
How to correct common mistakes and how to teach beginners step by step
Course 51. 4 Different Defence Position in Doubles
Change your location as situation changes
Course 50. All different tactical backhand shots in different situations in singles
This course shows which backhand shots to use in what situations. Different backhand drop, backhand smash and backhand clears.
Course 49. The 6 different concept hitting skills you must do-5-Change grip not body posture
Each shot requires different grip and this course explains why
Course 48. How to do forehand deceptive net flick
How to do forehand net deceptive flick skills right
Course 47. How to do backhand net deceptive flick
Learn the most deceptive backhand net flick
Course 46. How to do smash defence in singles
Master the right skills for smash defence in singles
Course 45. The 6 different concept hitting skills-4-Do return action not circle action
Return hitting action produces much more deceptive, accurate and sharper shots over circle hitting action
Course 44. Different types of shots you should be able to do from right rear court in singles
It shows different types of shots you could do from right rear court in singles with tactical reasons
Course 43. 6 Different concept hitting skills-3-Move racket shortest way
It shows the benefits of moving your racket to the shuttlecock he shortest way.
Course 42. Forehand deceptive revers slice drop from right rear court
There are three ways to do this deceptive drop shot depending on the situation you are in
Course 41. The Different types of skills you could do from front right court
12 Different types of skills you could use at the right front court in singles are in the course
Course 40. Forehand deceptive slice straight drop from left rear court
Course 39. The different types of skills you must do from left rear court in singles.
Course 38. Forehand deceptive cross slice drop from right rear court
Course 37. Different concept hitting skills you must do-2-stop your racket before hit
Course 36. The different types of skills you must do from left front court in singles
Course 35. Forehand deceptive drop shot when under pressure from right rear court
Course 34. The 6 different concept hitting skills you must do-1-Cock your wrist before hit
Course 33. Forehand drop shot-2-Deceptive revers cross slice drop shot from left rear court.
This drop shot is one of the most deceptive slice drop shot which a player must be able to do well.
Course 32. Forehand drop shot-1-Plain and simple but very important drop shot
There are number of different types of forehand drop shots and this is the one used much more then others. All other drop shots can be developed from this.
Course 31. Useful Tips for Players and Coaches
This course contains tips for intermediate and advanced players and some are also useful for coaches.
Course 30. How to do backhand TAP DRIVE
There are three different types of backhand drive; power drive, tap drive and under arm drive. It shows how to do the TAP DRIVE.
Course 29. All about racket grip, how to grip right and wrong, long grip or short grip and thick grip or thin grip.
This course shows on how to grip and other relevant topics about racket grip
Course 28. Important doubles practices to do and the 4 key tactical positioning skills to master to win
This course shows important doubles practices to do and 4 key tactical positioning skills to master.
Course 27. How to Coach-Important Coaching Skills
This course shows 18 different skills for a coach to know when teaching his/her players
Course 26. How to do the most compact cross net shot and attacking cross net shot
This course is about how to do the most compact cross net shot and attack cross net shot.
Course 25. How to do backhand power drive
This course is about backhand power drive which can be used when shuttlecock is a bit high. All the right & wrong is shown as well as how to practice.
Course 24. How to do forehand tap drive
This course is about forehand tap drive which is very compact, deceptive and shape attacking shot. It is used when shuttlecock is about net height
Course 23. Intercepting opponent's attack to the rear court. A must do exercise for doubles.
This course is about how to Intercept opponent's attack to the rear court. A must do exercise for doubles.
Course 22. Deceptive under arm drive, block and lift. A must do exercise for doubles players.
This course teaches you how to do an under arm deceptive drive, block and lift. This is an important skill for doubles and mixed doubles.
Course 21. Interception practice at the net-2. A must do exercise for doubles players.
This course teaches you how to intercept the shuttle at the net in doubles. This course shows the right and wrong skills as well as how to practice the skills.
Course 20. Interception practice at the net-1. A must do exercise for doubles players.
This course teaches you how to develop fast reaction time which improves your ability to intercept the shuttle at the net in doubles and mixed doubles.
Course 19. Developing wide court awareness in singles
Wide court awareness is one of the most important abilities to win a singles match. This course teaches how to develop wide court awareness.
Course 18. How To Do Forehand Power Drive
This course shows and explain how to do forehand power drive. Its grip, step, setting posture, how to hit and how to teach/practice step by step
Course 17. Alternative and different concept of footwork movement in singles
This course teaches an alternative way of movement in singles. This way of movement is a fast and efficient way to move to the shuttlecock.
Course 16. The Most Advanced and Deceptive Forehand Clear
This course is about the most deceptive, compact and advanced forehand hitting skill. This skill can be used in many different situations in a match.
Course 15. How to do the Jump Smash (Type 2)
This course teaches how to do the second type of jump smash, which is used when the opponent has made a weak return to the mid-court.
Course 14. Backhand Tap Net Kill
This course teaches how to do the backhand tap net kill. The course shows how to do each step and shows the right way and the wrong way to do the net kill.
Course 13. Backhand Power Net Kill
This course teaches how to do the backhand power net kill. The course shows how to do each step and shows the right way and the wrong way to do the net kill.
Course 12. Forehand Tap Net Kill
This course teaches how to do the forehand tap net kill. The course shows how to do each step and shows the right way and the wrong way to do the net kill.
Course 11. Forehand Power Net Kill
This course is good for beginners and intermediate level players. All the right and wrong skills are shown in this course.
Course 10. All About Smash Defence in Doubles
This course shows all the key skills about smash defence. How to block, drive and lift as well as the right and wrong ways
Course 9. What is the "Recovery Step" ?
Being able to do right recovery step means you can move faster with less effort and be able to make much better shots. It is one of the most important skills
Course 8. Coach Lee's Stories to Players
A collection of Coach Lee's stories, lessons and anecdotes to teach and motivate players.
Course 7. How To Do Backhand Drop Shot and How To Teach It
This course show and explain all about how to do backhand drop shot and how to teach it to beginners and intermediates players
Course 6. Forehand clear step type 4 to the right rear corner when under pressure in singles.
This is the step to use when you are under pressure and the shuttlecock has already passed you. It shows the step, racquet action and how to practice the skill.
Course 5. Backhand Clear - The most powerful hitting skill: "The Wave"
This is the most powerful backhand hitting skill. It is called "The Wave". It uses wave movement and generates explosive power.
Course 4. Forehand clear step type 2 (side jump steps)
This is the steps for players to use from base to right rear court and back to the base when shuttlecock is not too high or not to low. A very practical step
Course 3. Forehand clear step type 1 (from right rear court when shuttlecock is high and deep)
This step is one of the 6 different types of clear step which a player must be able to do
Course 2. How to teach forehand clear - the most important hitting skill in badminton
Forehand clear is the most important hitting skill in badminton as its hitting action is same as smash and drop shot.
Course 1. What is the "STEP ONE"
This course is one of the most important courses for all level of badminton players. The "STEP ONE" is the most important factor of footwork
Original Price: $3,012
LJB Badminton Club Founder Dr. Lee Jae Bok
- Korean National Doubles Champion 1979
- Korean National Singles Champion 1980
- Korean National Mixed Doubles Champion 1981
- Korean National Team Coach 1986-1987
- British Olympic Team Coach 1990-1992
- English National Team Coach 1990-1992
- English National Team Coaching Adviser 1993
- English National Men Singles Coach 2005-2007
- 7th World Badminton Coaching Conference Speaker 1991
- 10th World Badminton Coaching Conference Speaker 1997
- 13th World Badminton Coaching Conference Speaker 2003
- European Badminton Coaches Conference Speaker 1998
- European Badminton Coaches Conference Speaker 1993
- Hong Kong Badminton Coaching Conference Speaker 1992
- Malaysia Badminton Coaches Conference Speaker 1997
- Austrian Badminton Coaching Conference Speaker 1992-1995,1999
- “Coach 98” Coaching Conference Opening Speaker 1998
- KBS (Korean National TV) Badminton Commentator 1999-2003
- “Service to English Badminton” Award Received 1996
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