Three things that are important to remember when you start playing badminton for the first time

9/16/2020 9:15 AM | |  CMS Admin
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Badminton is one of the world’s largest sports. Since the 1860s, when it was first played, millions of people around the world have played it. Since 1992 it has also been an Olympic discipline. Have you also wanted to try your hand at playing badminton for the first time? If so, keep reading this article, where we give you our three best tips on how to get off to a good start as a new badminton player - for example on how to find the perfect badminton racket.

1: Find the right badminton racket
When it comes to finding the right badminton racket, it is important to first determine if you are looking for a badminton racket that will give you the best control or if you are looking for one that has a greater striking power. As a beginner, however, you will typically benefit more from a heavy badminton racket and thus more striking power. There are many different badminton rackets to choose from today and therefore it is a very good idea to research the market and the many different options that you have before choosing your badminton racket. A badminton racket that weighs more will allow you to strike harder, while a lightweight racket can give you more control and technical finish.

2: Listen to your coach and remember the things you learn
If you want to become really good at playing badminton, it is important that you listen to your coach and that you remember the things you learn at practice. If you do not do this, it often ends up with you having to start all over again every time you go to badminton practice. This could be avoided if you focus and concentrate, listen to the improvements that your coach suggests and take the things to heart so that you can improve your game.

3: Focus on the game but also remember to have fun
Although you - of course - want to be as good a player as possible - and preferably as soon as possible - it is still important that you remember to have fun when you play and train badminton. Without a sincere joy for the game, it is hard to focus on getting better. If you have fun and enjoy having a badminton racket in your hand, you will be able to see better results in your game even faster. So remember to enjoy it - even if you have to train hard.


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