Does weight make you smash harder in badminton?

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  1. InvincibleAjay

    InvincibleAjay Regular Member

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    LMAO you cannot use this equation for Newtonian physics, the correct equation is F=MA where Force equals Mass times Acceleration.

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    You can if you want to cause an explosion on the badminton court!
     
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    I have seen people with any kind of physique able to hit hard. From big guy hit like a girl die trying, to a little 12 years old clearing coast to coast. IT is not ALL about your weight nor strength, its about correct technique. Of course, with right training and strength you can be a beast
     
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    The point is Mass and acceleration refers to the racket head. Not the pivot = the player

    Thank you for the lesson on physics. I still whipped the theory
     

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