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    Default How Are These Knee Supports?

    Hi. I have just bought a McDavid 421 Patella Knee Support:

    http://www.return2fitness.co.uk/Supp...s/md421patella

    Just wondering if its okay to use for badminton or good enough to help the lunges and knee loose feeling and a bit of pain that I'm having described in this thread:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=67007

    I really hope its good. Please go easy on me. Thanks so much for reading.

    Edit: The side things aren't really that hard its bendy. Just to clarify.

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    whaaaoooo those thing look really big .... obstruction feeling

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    I have bought LP before.It was nice.But gladly,now i dont need them no more..

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    i've been using one of these for the last couple of months.
    http://www.sportsonlineltd.com/product.php/1954/0

    it does feel as if it helps, though i'm not sure that's good for my knee ultimately.
    i agree though, the bigger knee supports ought to be better, but do tend to feel more restrictive.
    once you get used to them, it should be fine.

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