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Badminton.tv Website - Improving Your Game

posted by David Travis on Mon 06 Nov 2006 11:40
BADMINTON England have partnered with technology specialists Inchima Limited to build a new website that is packed full of video instruction and articles that will help you improve your game.

badminton.tv is a site dedicated to helping all levels of badminton player & coaches from grass roots through to club and county to improve their game and coaching skills with professional and insightful instruction.

Each registered member will get tips, lessons and drills in the form of video, audio and written articles as well as pro-player analysis. It will look at all aspects of the game to help you improve at every level. As well as coaching advice from top coaches and players, BADMINTON England will provide help with the mental game, game strategy and psychology and tactics.

Everyone gets a 'try before you buy' one month no risk trial. A fully comprehensive membership package with access to all content costs as little as £2.99 per month for BADMINTON England affiliated members.

Join us to start improving your game.
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