Top 7 Tips for Badminton Players to Improve Performance

Posted on February 19, 2016 By

There are certain factors that affect a badminton player’s performance. However, there are a few things you could do to avoid bad performances during badminton games.

1. Sufficient Rest

Get enough rest. It’s essential in helping you deliver peak performance during your badminton games. It’s quite impossible to concentrate when you’re feeling drowsy and tired.

Unlike other sports, concentration and reflex action is very important in badminton – the shuttlecock is capable of flying at 300 km/h! You will need quick reflex to retrieve your opponent’s shots.

Ensure you have at least 8 hours of sleep every night in order to deliver your best performance on the court.

2. Stay Hydrated – before, during and after your sessions

Water is vital to the everyday functions of a human body. Lack of water makes you dehydrated. A mild dehydration could make you lethargic, lose concentration and might also cause a mild headache.

Make sure you drink around 8 glasses of water every day. Besides these 8 glasses, make sure you also drink more during exercise.

3. Have a Meal Before Your Game

I can’t play badminton well when I’m hungry. What about you? You need energy

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Carlton Badminton Rackets Evolution

Posted on February 19, 2016 By

Carlton is proud to be up at the top end of the big hitters in the competitive world of sports racket and badminton racket production. Carlton, as a company, listens very carefully to the needs of its customers, both amateur and professional, and understands the various needs and requirements of the individual badminton player.

Carlton badminton rackets are at the forefront of development and have been responsible for many of the innovations that have seen rackets develop into the shape and form they are in the present professional game. Many top players rightly entrust their badminton equipment to Carlton, inclusive of world beating doubles pair Nathan Robertson and Gail Emms.

Speed through the air is one of the paramount factors in developing the most effective and efficient rackets – reduction of drag and aero-dynamic performance are paramount and when Carlton introduced the first modern day metal racket this paved the way for the future of development for all the top brands and manufacturers.

Indeed, it was the advent of this type of racket that really put Carlton on the map on a global scale. The company also produced the world’s first synthetic shuttlecock and the

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