Project Description

Included in SSIF All-In

Badminton is the sport that suits everyone! Conditioning, technique och matchplay with players at the same level as you. We offer training for beginners with a review of strokes and fun exercises. We also have more advanced groups with more intense games and technique exercises for those who are a bit more experienced badminton players.

At each training session, we practice new technical steps and implement them in the game. Balls are included in the participant fee and there is also the possibility to borrow the rack. For step 1 and step 2, we use plastic balls while steps 3, 4 and 5 use spring balls.

Dress in soft clothes that allow for mobility and sneakers that do not have a black sole. Changing rooms with shower and sauna are on the premises. The pass is usually mixed with both girls and boys. Our training is aimed at adults, whether they are students or not, but everyone over the age of 16 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 an association and / or played badminton for some years. To fit this level you should already be able to know technology, rules, be able to service, plan your game and have knowledge about how to play double. The admission requirement to step 4 is that you should be aware of your game; You can place the ball where you want and can choose whether you want to keep the ball in play for as long as possible or if you want to play out your opponent. The biggest difference between step 3 and step 4 is that the game in step 4 has a higher tempo.

Step 5 is for you who is a good badminton player and wants a challenge. The exercises include a lot of gaming exercises, high tempo and match play. In order to fit in this group you should have previously trained badminton in an association and / or played badminton for many years. The prerequisite is that you should be able to do all the technology in badminton and be able to keep a high tempo in the game. The difference between step 4 and step 5 is the tempo of the game and the difficulty of the technique exercises. If you have competed in badminton, you should register for step 5.

HT19

Level 1

Mondays at 18: 00-19: 00, Frescati Sports Center, hall C

Tuesdays from 19:00 to 20:00 Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Thursdays 8 pm to 9 pm, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Level 2

Mondays at 19: 00-20: 00, Frescati Sports Center, hall C

Thursdays from 19: 00-20: 00, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Level 3

Mondays at 20:00 - 21:00, Frescati Sports Center, hall C

Sundays from 11am to 12pm, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Thursdays 18: 00-19: 00, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Level 4

Tuesdays from 20:00 to 21:00, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Sundays from 12: 00-13: 00, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Level 5

Tuesdays at 18: 00-19: 00 Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Sundays from 1 pm to 2 pm, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

VT20

Level 1

Måndagar kl 17:00-18:00, Frescati Sports Center, hall C

Tuesdays from 17:00 to 18:00, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Onsdagar kl 20:00-21:00, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Thursdays 18: 30-19: 30 Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Level 2

Mondays at 18: 00-19: 30, Frescati Sports Center, hall C

Onsdagar kl 17:00-18:30, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Thursdays at 19: 30-21: 00, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Level 3

Tuesdays at 19: 30-21: 00, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Onsdagar kl 18:30-20:00, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Söndagar kl 11:00-12:30, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Level 4

Tuesdays 18: 00-19: 30 Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Torsdagar kl 17:00-18:30, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

Söndagar kl 12:30-14:00, Frescati Sports Center, hall B

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In order to register for the passport 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 (from 25/8), or via the SSIF app (released in September for iphone and android).

If unable to attend, we prefer that you unbook by 24h before the pass.

Levels above Step 1 are locked for security reasons until the entry requirements 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.