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March 25, 2020 2 min read

Badminton injuries. 

I've definitely had my fair share from hip surgery, cortisone injections in my hip, ankle, feet and toe. Back injuries. Shoulder injuries. Elbow. Neck. Knee. Quadricep. Hamstring. Calf. Rotator cuff. You name it - I've probably had it in some way, shape or form.

Badminton is quite an unforgiving sport for the body. There's lots of jumping, leaping and bounding, plus a lot of stop-start movements which are heavy on the joints and muscles. Sprains, slips, strains and tears are all common badminton injuries. And there's the fact that it is one-side dominant.

That's why we brought Justin on for Episode 9 of The Badminton Podcast.

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He is an accredited exercise physiologist, personal trainer, and anavid badminton player. He is extremely passionate about health and fitness, and his vision is to create a future where all people in society maintain a healthy lifestyle in the absence of injury. 

He has been researching strength training and injury prevention for badminton players and has become an expert in this area.

In this episode, Justin uses literature and his background in sports science to explain the importance of strength training in the prevention of the most common badminton injuries, that’s applicable to badminton players of all levels. He runs through several different exercises that you can start doing today, and the next steps to get more information as you progress forwards.

Have a listen and start using these tips in your exercise and gym program to get the most out of your body!

 

Let us know what you think and be sure to tune into our other episodes on your favourite podcast platform: Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Anchor, Overcast, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic, Player FM. Just search for "The Badminton Podcast".

Or you can visit:www.anchor.fm/thebadmintonpodcast and get direct links for your preferred platform.

See you in the gym!

We'd love to hear your opinions, comments, tips and tricks so please feel free to comment below. If you would like us to write about something in particular, please let us know!
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Jeffrey Tho
Jeffrey Tho

Jeff is an ex-national badminton player who represented Australia twice at the Commonwealth Games, World Championships, All England Championships and multiple Thomas and Sudirman Cups. He currently assists in coaching the Australian National Team and is the co-founder of Volant Wear. Jeff loves badminton and is extremely passionate about helping the world realise and understand how incredible our sport really is.


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