Children Badminton Lessons

Badminton Class Student Warm Up
Badminton Coaching Lesson: Student Warming Up in Groups (Left); Student After Tournament (Right)

Come for a fun and useful junior badminton lesson with Coach Leong, Ryan and Alvin where they provide you 2 hours of badminton coaching on every Sunday 11am-1pm. Each lesson is designed for you to learn badminton in small steps so that it is easier to master the game (no one can become Lee Chong Wei overnight right?). We will also focus on building up your stamina because this will help to move quickly on the court.

Contact us if you are interested to join us.

Here are the details:

  1. Time: 11am – 1:00pm
  2. Date: Every Sunday
  3. Venue: Subang Racquet, Subang Jaya. (Beside Subang Empire Shopping Gallery) See location map.
  4. Age Group: 5-12 years old (this class is for juniors)
  5. Suitable Level: Beginner (more importantly having interest to learn!)
  6. Equipments: Please bring your own racquets, shoes and sport attires
  7. Shuttles: We will provide used shuttles for training
  8. Class Atmosphere: Discipline + coaches with patience 
  9. Start Date: Join us any time
  10. Fee: RM130 per month

 

It does not matter if you are a beginner! In fact that is why we welcome you to come and learn to be a better badminton player.

Why are we doing this? In recent years, we have been getting requests from local community for badminton coaching and training for their kids.  Since we always wanted to promote badminton as a community sport and we want to provide a chance to those who are willing to learn, so we started coaching them during our club sessions. However, those coaching were only 30 minutes and it is not enough for proper training. Therefore, we are running 2 hours of training class for kids per week.

Coach Profile

Badminton Coach Leong
Badminton Coach Leong

Coach Leong has been teaching for the past 5 years, during which he coaches adult players to school children as they embark on this beautiful sport. He helps students to train and prepare for badminton tournaments. He develops training programs and routines designed to improve the students’ badminton skills and athletic performance. He has helped many students to increase their fitness level (e.g. stamina) or reduce their weight in order to become better in badminton. With his personal ties to many former national badminton players, Leong has good knowledge as to how they train effectively. He also try to coach his student in hope that they can become national player in the future.

Leong is a member of the Subang Jaya Badminton Club. He is always open to questions and patiently explaining to others on how to play with the correct technique. Our club players gained a lot of insights from Leong and continue to improve their game.

Training Coach Alvin (on the right) advising & motivating players during tournament

 

Alvin is the assistant coach. He is working closely with Leong to provide effective training for students. He also ensures that students train in a safe environment because safety is the first priority. His duties include ensuring that the badminton court does not have any items that could injure the kids, teaching them the proper stretching and warm up exercises before practices (proper stretching can help to reduce the risk of injury during sports), keeping record of students’ performance, as well as motivating students when the training becomes challenging.

Alvin is very passionate about badminton and he plays regularly at Subang Jaya Badminton Club. He also provide training advice to the club members.


Sign Up For Your Coaching Lesson

  1. Contact us if you are interested in joining us for a trial lesson.
  2. Or you can leave us a message on our facebook page. We will get back to you.

Photos of Badminton Coaching Class

Students learning the correct footwork and how to return net drops
Students learning the correct footwork and how to return net drops
Coach Leong (most left) throwing shuttles near the net to train student's footwork. This also train the student in returning net drop shots.
Coach Leong (most left) throwing shuttles near the net to train student’s footwork. This also train the student in returning net drop shots.
 Students who have improved in their skills will be more capable in playing competitive badminton matches
Students who have improved in their skills will be more capable in playing competitive badminton matches

 

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