Operating Hours:

ABC-1 (Marcus):

Training

  • Saturday: Noon-2pm
  • Thursday: 6:30pm-9:00pm
  • Friday: 6:30pm-7:30pm
Open Play*
  • Friday: 6:30pm-9:00pm (4 courts)

ABC-2 (Churchill):

Open Play*

  • Monday: 6:00pm-9:00pm (4 courts)

* Walk-in Fee = $5 per night

Required City of Dallas Rec Center ID to use the gym
(ID can be obtained at the gym front desk)


Class Sign up and Forms:

Class Registration

Training Form

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Contact Info.

Allysa Khor: akhor88@gmail.com
214-755-1555

Carl Khor: carlkhor@gmail.com
972-567-8797


 

Group Training:

Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced Group lessons for Youth.

 

Private Training:

One on one undivided attention for your badminton skills. The coach will cater to your needs exclusively. Available for Youth and Adults

Download the Training Registration Form here.

 

Training Fees:

  Fees/Month/Student
Begineer
$100
Intemediate
$100
Advanced
$120

 

Training Days:
Saturday: 12:00pm - 2:00pm (All levels-Group lesson)
Thursday: 6:30pm - 9:30pm (Private lesson)
Friday: 6:30pm - 7:30pm (Private lesson)

 

Beginner

Ideal for children who are new to playing a sport or new to playing badminton. Focus is on teaching the fundamentals of badminton. Basic strokes such as proper racquet grip, swinging of racket and follow thru, racket and shuttlecock point of contact. Foot work and stroke combination. The goal is to have fun while learning and nurture a desire to get better at the sport.

Intermediate

The focus in both on court and off court badminton court play rules. The use of wrist/arm/shoulder, hip/shoulder movements, serving/receiving motions, four corners footwork, clear, drop and drill. Drills enforce repetitive stroke making to attain greater control and improve footwork.

Advanced

At this stage a player is expected to have a good understanding of the basic strokes. Drills enforce repetitive stroke making to attain greater control and improve footwork. Greater commitment is required towards fitness and endurance. Badminton strategies are introduced for singles, doubles and mixed events and players are encouraged to participate in tournaments. The goal is to achieve a significant improvement in speed, control and mental understanding of the game and its various strategies.