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    Quote Originally Posted by checkthemc
    Red Bull is EXTREMELY bad for health. Some athletes drink it before a hard match and they have heart attacks.Many people are trying to get energy drinks outlawed. I also hear its illegal in Canada. (not sure on the last one)
    Oh yea...its very bad for health, its like soldiers on stimpack. I used to take them when I was young, but stopped when I know they are really bad for your health...not to mention they help you to get diabetes faster.

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    Ha ha ha, Lee and I are together almost a century old already.......so youngsters like yourself should have no problems hammering us........Yes, I would be glad to show you some footwork exercise and some wristwork the next time we meet, provided you are keen to learn. We should all continue to learn and improve all the time, regardles of our age because badminton is such an elegant game.......

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    Yes, I agree Red Bull or Livita are *bad* for health. I was just joking when I suggest Lightsmash take Red Bull to add some bull strength to his swing. Drink Glucolin instead, ready glucose for immendiate burst of energy, cheap and effective. And not harmful to health. I hope. Cos I'm using it. Lots of it....

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    Hey, have you tried doing alot of clears? Five minutes seems good enough for me when changing racquets. But since your grips size is different, why not ask somebody to help you for half an hour? Maybe that would work for you. When you're comfortable with clears, you can slowly progress to the smash. I guess it's more or less the same except with the angles.

    Hope this helps!

    Keith

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