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    Bicep curls will help with the backhand, especially twisting curls with dumbells.

    Try this: bend your right elbow to 90 degrees, have your forearm out in front of you, and your palm facing the floor. Now grip your right bicep with your left hand, and sharply turn your right hand so it's palm up. You will feel the right bicep pump up. Sadly, there's no corresponding response on the forehand side.

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    it's about complicated~ =_=.. what if i train biceps and triceps and wrist? normally i go to badminton's gym to train those... it seems like somehow depends on my racquects...kinda weird me.. =)

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    i read somewhere that it is very important to keep the the muscle relaxed before a backhand swing. i tried that and it works

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    btw does any1 here have any videos teaching a proper forehand stroke. my shoulder hurts after i play badminton. usually for 2 -3 days. i think my forehand stroke technique is wrong. Thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodreaz View Post
    i see. so to get the best results i will need to train in all those aspects? thats A LOT
    No, you do not need to train *any* of those aspects, unless your technique, stamina and tactics are as perfect as can be. Weight/strength training (with equipment) is the least important stuff.

    My point is, if your technique, stamina etc. are good enough so that weight training would really help, then you probably already have a very good coach. And that coach would be the guy to ask these questions.

    Of course, feel free to go to the weight room anyway. I'd just say that training on the court (even if it's just shadow badminton, or pushups, or "wall-sitting") would be more effective.

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    when he did that exercise, he got coach guiding behind.

    if we normal people simply do it, im afraid will get out of shape and bulky

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    not to mention injuring our bodies as we dont have proper technique

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