Archives for March 2019

Starting clamps – yes or no

There have always been a lot of questions surrounding the use of a starting clamp. Addressing the use of this tool as it applies to the cross string starting process only, the correct technique would be to use a tool such as the Gugel Offset Tube. Since this tool has a variety of uses, the [see more]

Videos back on line

I had a member report recently that the videos weren’t rendering properly. After over a week of research and digging into the problem, I finally got it resolved so for anyone who’s been trying to look at the video library or any new members who have wondered what was going on, you can rest easy–it’s fixed.

Wilson Burn 100 Team V2.0

How many of you are aware that any racquet with the label of “Team” is a lighter version of the base model? For instance, strung weight on the Burn 100 CV V2.0 is 318g (11.22oz) while the Team version we reviewed weighed a mere 281g (9.91oz). That’s quite a stark difference in the two frames [see more]

Show me the money!

It’s no secret that there’s plenty of money to be had in professional sports. In fact, for us mere mortals, it’s incredible to see athletes getting 300 million dollar contracts and wondering just what train we all missed! It’s down to good representation for one thing but it also has a lot to do with [see more]

Black Knight Introduces the Knight Trainer Pro Robotic Badminton Feeding System

— Achieve player improvement faster and more effectively than ever before. — Fine tune every shot, personalize and save routines for each player and team. — Use or adapt installed training drills for singles, doubles and mixed, or quickly create your own. — Feeds up to 250 shuttles with constant precision and more power than [see more]

Wilson Clash Tour

If you read the Wilson Clash 100 review there is not much to say about the Wilson Clash Tour in terms of graphics because it is exactly the same! So we can go directly to the differences between the two models. The Tour does have the “word” tour on the racquet but little else in [see more]

Wilson Clash 100

Once in a while, a word just “fits”! Clash “fits” this new Wilson racquet because it disrupts the trend of “everything stiff”. Luckily this trend is dying and Wilson has, in my view, done a masterful job of expediting that demise with this concept. Not only does this racquet look good it just feels good [see more]