Easy training ideas to prepare you for the new badminton season

For many, badminton is the sport of the season. As soon as the leagues and tournaments are over, the missiles are launched and “summer” begins. This means removing the dirt from an old racket or white cricket bat. Or rest for a few weeks.

Some were “forced” to rest as all local clubs were closed. For whatever reason, there are many players who need help to stay fit and train for the new season. This article is written specifically for players like you who do not know how to prepare for the coming season and where to start.


If you are seriously planning to improve your badminton during the 2011/12 season, you need to have physical training.

In principle, you should join a gym and have one or two sessions with a personal trainer who will design an exercise schedule for you. By doing this you will get expert advice. You should consult your doctor before starting any exercise program.

I learned a lot about strength, endurance, and conditioning while taking different courses. I would not say I am a modern expert. And I want you to ask them for advice in advance, so this article is a specific guide to the types of exercises you can do to prepare for the new season. This article also indicates that you are aware of the importance of warming up before the workout and cooling down at the end of the workout.

However, if you do not have access to a personal trainer or gym, this article will help you improve your fitness level and get ready on the field with a certain level of confidence. You can also visit my helpful links page on my badminton blog and do anything good for yourself by watching The Ultimate Badminton Athlete DVD.

So how serious are you?

I ask this question because if you really want to improve your vacation. You should try to watch badminton videos on youtube, badminton is a physical sport that helps you to some extent because you look good form and technique. So at the very least, you should cover the basic exercises to help you improve.

Let me ask you before we say anything, why do you want to do this? You see, your answers determine how ready you are to work. Without specific reasons why you should stay fit and look better next season. You will not achieve your goals unless you have a specific goal, you will never succeed close to your potential. And life is not just about pickleball olympic.

So before you do anything, remember, yes, write down your badminton goals for next season. These can be goals such as the ability to play on a specific team. Win multiple racing shooters to learn the knowledge that you will not lose a match because you are not in shape. Write down your badminton goals and email me. The keys here are specific.

Let’s start with the basics.

Badminton requires a combination of the physical characteristics of exercise: strength, speed, flexibility and endurance that can be practiced in the gym. But to achieve this combination you need to leave some expectations about learning. You see, it is important to understand that most of the workouts you find in the gym are designed to look beautiful and increase strength and volume. It’s not a good combination for badminton because it provides endurance, which is important.

Another important thing here is that badminton is a whole sport. I mean, you need to train your arms, legs, shoulders, chest and especially the muscle groups in your heart. A strong nucleus or abs is crucial. This is the area that connects all the parts of your body. Having strong legs does not make sense. It needs a core if you can not rotate quickly and efficiently and bend. Power also extends from the core to the desired location.