Thursday, April 8, 2010

left low net

video

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

deceptive shot

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

video

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Dancing footwork

video

See how the student dancing in the court.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Concept of deceptive

What is the concept of deceptive shot?
For us, concept of deceptive shot is to make our opponent move before we hit the shuttle. Not to wait for our opponent to move first.
There is two way of deceptive,
1. Front and back
2. left and right
This two is using a totally different way but can combine it as long as you know the way.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Boy's double

Friday, March 19, 2010

Teh student

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Girl's double


the 2 girls on this side is only 15. Currently in Malaysia team
On the other side, one is 13 and the other one is only 17.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

younster training

The first boy is Cheam June Wei, he should be 8 years old when the time video taken.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

cross net


This video shot 5 years ago, the boy with blue shirt is Goh Giap Chin.
Currently in Malaysia team.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

CNY match 3

Monday, March 8, 2010

rear court deceptive shot


The movement of the girl on the left is better.
Did not notice the angle of the video shot. So can't take her shot.
drop is very close to the net, right leg need to pass the line to take the lifting.
Without a proper understanding of this deceptive shot, mistake is unavoidable. Must understand the concept and theory.
No national player played this kind of shot.
Seem so easy, but in the real game is very useful.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

part 4

The boy with black shirt is only 15 this year, and his opponent is 17 this year.

Currently both are in Malaysia team.

Monday, March 1, 2010

single match


Boy on this side is only 13 years old (Cheam June Wei) and his opponent is a girl only 15 (currently in Malaysia team)

Tshirts On-the-Way!



For those who have participated in the Tees giveaway previously, we have posted out your T-shirts today!

Do alert us when you have received them! =)

Tees Giveaway List
1. Shawn (Australia)
2. Desmond
3. CL Gee
4. Jimmy
5. George
6. Boris
7. Eric (Taiwan)
8. EC Low
9. Erricsson
10. CY Chuah
11. LY Tham
12. Steven (Canada)

Saturday, February 27, 2010

overhead hitting

In basic swing, the purpose of arm moving up from behind will cause our forearm open up from back. So allowed us to hit the shuttle fall on the top of our head or fall back of our head.
This is very important because we do not need to run behind the shuttle to get enough strength to hit the shuttle.
At today coaching session, the reason most people can get enough strength to hit the shuttle when the shuttle fall over their head because arm move forward first and elbow bend forward before hitting the shuttle.
If the basic is correct and still not get the power to do clearing. This is a way that some of my student get to understand it. In the basic swing, i just as my student use all his strength to push his hand up, hand made a sudden stop at the hitting point and hand must be straight.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

LCW match 4 part 2

how to use strength

Once, when i was warming with my friend which is around my age. He was trained by another coach when small. Then we was played clearing. I can see he use a lot of energy to swing but i only use around 50 to 60 percent of my energy is quite relaxing.
Then he came to ask me why his power lost to me even his forearm is bigger than me.
Back to the point, basic which i mention last time is most important for fully utilize our strength. But i did not mention how to use the strength of our wrist.

I feel many people think bending their wrist a lot before hit the shuttle will use the strength of the wrist, this is definitely wrong. Using the power on the wrist is by the concept on how to strike and let it bend behind automatically.
"When we are sitting the a car, the driver suddenly step on the gas paddle, our body force to go backward a little bit, this is the theory we all know".
So, do not hold the racket hard which just use little energy only enough to make the hand and wrist steady. So when the last moment to strike, palm will open a little bit and wrist will bend backward a little bit. This movement is very short and you can not feel it was there. And then hold the racket hard and use the wrist to push over at the same time.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

LCW match 4 part 1

Badminton Tees Giveaway!! (CLOSED)

Hey people,

We have reach the cap for this. Stay tune for more in the future!! =D

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As a token of appreciation, we are giving away TEN (10!!) Tee shirts.

How to get it ?

Just send me an email:elvin_teh@hotmail.com
Or comment in this post with your contact email. =)

Hurry!! =D

Pics:
1st Design



2nd Design



ps: This Tee is fully sponsored by ASADI. TQ!! =)

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Basic swing

Basic swing is very important because we cannot let our opponent able to judge what shot we hit. So clearing, smashing, droping, chop net, cutting. with the same basic swing.

shoulder and hand - flat, chest and hand - flat, elbow - v shape, hand near our ear, racket and hand - as straight as possible. when we want to hit the shuttle, able to see 1, opponent, 2, shuttle, 3 racket.

when the time to hit, hand push up from behind and chest open wide a little bit at the same time, and then use strength of the forearm and wrist to hit the shuttle. final thing is body has to be loose and steady, don't move too much.

most mistake i see,

1. wrist bend backward or to the side before hit,

2. hand push forward up causing the wrist bend backward, and when the shuttle over head, will not enough energy to hit.

part 3

game 1 part 3

Monday, February 22, 2010

part 1

part 2

Saturday, February 20, 2010

game 1 part 2

Friday, February 19, 2010

student and coach


Start from the left to right
1, Tee Jing Yi (2010 Malaysia women single champion)
2, Chin Ee Hui
3, Teh Seng Huat (coach)
4, Lee Chong Wei
5, Nelson Heg (2008 Malaysia under 15 double champion)

Lee Chong Wei defense, Nelson Heg smash


Nelson Heg smash is so powerful, not so easy for Chong Wei to defense, but anyhow Chong Wei is much powerful.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

game 1 part 1

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

LCW warm up defense

hometown game part 2

hometown game part 1

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

video

Monday, February 15, 2010

video

Sunday, February 14, 2010

videocontinue...
video
continue
video

In the court is Lee Chong Wei ( on the left ) and Nelson Heg( 2008 Malaysia under 15 double boy champion ) and the other side of the is Chin Ee Hui and Tee Jing Yi ( Malaysia woman single champion just pass ). All this four player are coming from Teh.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

video

Any comment??


Gift receive from the student for Chinese New Years until today.
The appreciation from the student's parent.
for returning visitor, scroll down for new video
If any problem of the video, please let me know.
Thanks!!!

Monday, February 8, 2010

video
In badminton, the most important thing is basic which many of the coach do not understand
what is basic. Basic is include footwork and handwork. With the correct handwork, accuracy will
increase and less mistake to be done. And with the correct footwork, movement will get smooth and faster.
How to define which is the correct basic?
So far, i din't see there is any standard basic in badminton, as long as the student can hit the shuttlecock is ok.
For anyone who has the problem in making lots of mistake, can send me a link on their video clip and i will try my best to give advise how to improve their skill in badminton.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

training

video

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Friday, February 5, 2010



video

note: do not watch the shuttle after hit, in this move not only can cross but also can hit to every corner of the court.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

basic swing and simple footwork

video

Dato Lee will come back training every year,

one day before CNY. Video will be upload.........

Teh is born in 1938, he still manage to do one step from the front of the court

to reach the back of the court, this is call speed. more video soon............

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Badminton Class Schedule



Location: Berapit Hall @ Taman Berapit
Please contact Elvin Teh (+6016-4419028) for more information.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

The Coach in Papers

Do click to enlarge. =)

Mr Teh and his student Dato Lee Chong Wei and Chin Ee Hui
video

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Lesson #1

For your eyes only. :)

video

Best Badminton Coach Award and The Branded Coach snipplets

Mr. Teh was honoured and recognized for the Best Coach Award in 2004.


He was on the Chinese Newspaper too! He is still recognized as the "The Branded Coach" (名牌教练).

*Last pic below: Lee Chong Wei (2nd boy kneeling from the Left) and Chin Ee Hui (1st right standing).*

Friday, January 22, 2010

Badminton Lessons @ Jan 2010

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Background Story of Mr. Teh Peng Huat

I started playing badminton when I was 16 years old. Back then, there were no badminton coach and neither there is a decent badminton court for me to practice in. I didn’t gave up and started to do my own research and studies on the game of badminton back then.

In 1956, I started my first badminton coaching and this was successful as I never stop coaching for 20 years since then. However, I had to put a halt on my coaching career due to family financial problems and because of this I had to work at the rubber plantation to support my family.

After almost 13 years, I went back to my coaching career again and at that time, the startup of my coaching was difficult. Students come and go but I was determined and continued to coach even the amount of students became lesser than before.

Years passed, I still kept on teaching with the experience and knowledge that I’ve gained. Until today, the number of student exceeds thousands and many among them had become very successful.

My profession as a badminton coach has also proven with flying results. My coaching career was recognized and I received the best coach award in 2004. With a strong determination and the knowledge that I had, I truly believed that my coaching will help the students will become a very successful badminton player in the future.