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    Default Another way to training cardio for badminton

    It's been about 2 weeks and I have a weird nagging calf/bottom of the foot injury. Oddly enough, it doesn't really affect me negatively when I play badminton; however, it acts up a lot when running. I use to run to get my cardio and help with my overall badminton training. I still want to have good cardio for badminton but can't run at all at this point. Does anyone know of any other good exercises that help with badminton cardio/endurance? Thanks.

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    You could give cycling a go. Maybe not as good as running, but it's better then nothing I suppose.

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    yes cycling will get your cardio up, both road and MTBing. that's what I do.

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    cycling, cross trainer, swimming

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    Try cycling or swimming to your doctor's office fixing your foot injury.

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    Thank you! Swimming and biking seem like great alternatives

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    These rowing fitnessmachines.

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