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10-08-2009, 05:23 AM #18
10-08-2009, 05:42 AM #19
The weight and grip size of my squash racket is different from my badminton racket. Do u think the difference in weight and grip size of rackets will affect my timing in smashing/hitting the sweetpot ?
10-08-2009, 09:15 PM #20
Of course, the weight and grip size of the racket will affect your "feel" and ultimately yr performance. Some people specifically prefer a certain grip size n weight to suit their ways of play. The "feel" is very important. As for using squash racket to train, is good for arm strength. Have u tried using a powerful handgrip to assist u in yr training? This will help too. Not just train up yr forearm but also yr finger grip power.
10-08-2009, 10:37 PM #21
Thanks for sharing your opinion & suggestions.
I think I have come up something from your reply. Whenever I switch from a heavy squash racket to a lighter badminton racket, I should allow some time for my mind and my hand (wrist) to settle down and adapt to the lighter racket. This is also to regain the "feeling" of using the lighter racket.
And I will change to do my wrist strengthening exercise a day before my regular session or after my badminton session. Let's see whether or not it makes any difference ..
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