A feeder drill is when someone feeds you shuttles to improve your skills and speed. A feeder can serve to you the shuttle or throw to you shuttle. Multishuttle exercise comprises of shots at the front court and back court. But if you are a beginner the feeder can serve or throw to you shuttles to the specific area you want to improve.
Scroll down and check that page. A 'feeder' is used in "Multiple Shuttle" drills, either for overhand shots or net play. The feeder simply 'feeds' one shuttle after another to the player forcing them to return each one as quickly as possible, thus improving reaction time and skill.
Example to enhance speed / endurance (suitable for highly trained players)
Feeder feeds 30 shuttles to random positions around the court. Player must return each shuttle before moving straight onto the next shuttle. A 30-second recovery is given before the next set of 30 shuttles is fed. Such a routine would be extremely hard, if done correctly, and it is unlikely for such a routine to last more than 10 – 15 minutes. The revolutionary Knight Trainer allows players to learn, improve and perfect badminton skills far faster than in the past, and frees coaches to concentrate on teaching and coaching.
Learn: Dramatically accelerate the beginner's learning curve for all ages with the Knight Trainer. Simulate any shot consistently and repeatedly, allowing beginners to concentrate on coordination and technique with the shuttle arriving in the same spot, shot after shot.
Coaches don't have to double as shot feeders, but can do what is most important - observe their students, coach and teach.
Improve: Players can improve accuracy, consistency and technique with a uniform feed of any shot. Coaches can objectively