Included in SSIF All-In
At each training session we practice new technical elements and implement them in the game. Balls are included in the participation fee and it is also possible to borrow the racket. For step 1 and step 2 we use plastic balls while steps 3 and 4 use spring balls.
Dress in soft clothes that allow mobility and gym suits that do not have black sole. Changing rooms with shower and sauna are available on the premises. The pass is in the usual order mixed with both girls and guys. Our training is aimed at adults, whether they are students or not, but everyone over the age of 18 is welcome and university students have a discount. We do not conduct any competition activities.
The group for those who have never played badminton before or who have only played one single time. You will learn the technology and the game from scratch, at a reasonable pace that suits everyone. If you have already played some badminton but want to learn the basics, we recommend that you register for step 2.
Previous knowledge: No previous knowledge required
Step 2 is the level for you who have gone in our beginner group a semester or played a number of times but never trained in a club or association. Prerequisites for this group are that you should understand how the different types look, for example smash, forehand, backhand.
Step 3 is the level for you who previously participated in step 2 or played badminton 1-2 times a week for more than a year. To fit this level you should already know about technology, rules, be able to service, plan your game and have basic knowledge about how to play double. The prerequisite for step 3 is that you can place the ball where you want.
Step 4 is the level for those who have previously trained badminton in a club and / or played badminton for several years. To fit in this level you should already be able to know the technology, rules, service, plan your game and know how to play double. The prerequisite for step 4 is that you should be aware of your game; You can place the ball where you want and choose whether you want to keep the ball in play for as long as possible or if you want to play your opponent. The main difference between step 3 and step 4 is that the game in step 4 has a higher tempo.
Current times in the app
In order to register for a class you must have purchased the training card SSIF All-In.
Registration for the class opens one week before training.
You can sign up here on the website or via the SSIF app.
If you can't participate you must cancel your booking, at least 2 hours before.
Levels above Step 1 are locked until the prerequisites have been certified. Email us at the office or talk to the instructor at Step 1.
In case of repeated unannounced absence, your card will be locked.