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How To Choose A Badminton Racket

From Cai Caerleon  Of all racquet sports, badminton has the thinnest, most lightweight of all rackets. As such, the sport which features singles or doubles games to drive a “bird” or shuttlecock over the net is considered the fastest game all over the world of sports. Therefore it’s imperative that you choose the right kind…

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How Badminton Rackets Evolved To Suit The Sport of Badminton

From Cai Caerleon  In the earlier times, the game of Badminton was called Battledore and the Greeks and Asians were the first ones to play it. During the 1850s, the Duke of Beaufort revolutionized the game in his house in Gloucestershire and called it badminton. His home was later identified by the locals as the…

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Yonex Badminton: The Label Brand of Badminton

From Giulio Daprela  With over 50 years in the badminton design industry, Yonex badminton is arguably the number one brand with regards to badminton equipment. In addition to the badminton sport, it also boasts manufacturing quality gears for golf and tennis. Then again, the company is most dominant in the game of badminton. Yonex is…

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Badminton Rackets: Choosing the Right One for You

From Giulio Daprela  If there is one thing that is considered the most essential badminton equipment that would unquestionably be the badminton rackets. People can probably play the sport without clothes, shoes and net. They could just create a makeshift shuttlecock out of some cheap material too. But, without badminton rackets, folks cannot really do…

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Badminton Is So Much Fun!

From Kris Matthews  I love playing Badminton! I currently play every week as part of a sports club at my work place. In order to help newbies and for current players to improve their skill, we are also going to take badminton coaching sessions. It is so easy to pick up bad habits and adopt…

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Badminton – A Sport For Counts, Cagney And The Whole Family

From Doug Mayer  Badminton, that game played with small racquets and a funny looking thing called a shuttlecock (or bird), actually has a long and storied history. The sport first appeared in China around 500 BC. It was called Ti Jian Zi and was played with a shuttlecock and one’s feet. The sport next surfaced…

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5 Tips to Prevent Injury in Badminton

From David Tee  There are many possible injuries one could potentially get as a result of playing badminton. The common ones are lower back pain, sprained ankle, tennis elbow and ligament tear. If you are a serious badminton player, you should take precautions to prevent these injuries. The more intense you are during your game,…

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Glow in the Dark Badminton – What A Rush

From Lance Winslow  I just happened to see a YouTube video featuring glow-in-the-dark badminton. It was one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen. The badminton birdie had LED lights on it, and as you hit it, it lit up and started to dim within a few seconds, as it was time for the next…

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