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Badminton injuries and how to prevent them

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Furre, Oct 18, 2005.

  1. Furre

    Furre New Member

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    Hi everybody!
    Im doin an essay/research about badminton(in swedish) im almost finished but i have only one question to ask u guys .
    What kind of injuries does badminton cause and how can one prevent them?
    Please help, i searched in this forum but nothin really asnwered my question properly.

    Thanx in advance
     
  2. DinkAlot

    DinkAlot dcbadminton
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    Most common Badminton injuries: knees, shoulder, wrist, arm, ankle, back.

    Best prevention: stretching before and after, warm-up before playing, mild strength training to strengthen muscles, joints and tendons.
     
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    Knee injuries are 1 type of injuries in badminton. This is usually caused to bad footwear, poor footwork and numerous factors. Forarm- you overdid it. This is mainly poor technique and or too high of an intensity in playing.

    There are many more but these 2 are the major ones I've experienced.
     

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