Badminton, my sport of choice!by
I have been playing badminton for close to 12 years now. This is a rapidly growing sport in the San Francisco Bay Area and badminton only facilities are starting to spring...
It’s BADMINTON time, Baby!by
, the mac daddy of them all (to completely misuse a dated phrase): BADMINTON.
We grabbed the rackets... how, for us, badminton is PLAYout perfection.
Allow me to share why:
There are rules, but we dont need...
Badminton: Warm-up to prevent injuryby
Swati S.Badminton is normally taken as a relaxing sport that is not strenuous. However, when played competitively, it becomes important to warm up to avoid sprains and strains. It's best before beginning a game...
Basic Badminton Equipmentby
Swati S.Badminton is an easy sport to play, as it requires just two things: a racquet and a shuttlecock. Here is how to select the right equipment.
Go for branded racquets from established companies, as they tend...
I never played racquetball - only squash - and when I first learned we played with the hard green ball in winter and the softer black ball in summer. Now most play with the black. I always preferred the international game [
i string racquets. i have a stand up stringing machine that i bought off of craigs
list. anyways, it is recommended that you restring every 6 months to a year. your racket should make a pinging sound every time you hit the ba
Racquetball/Squash Tips - Techniqueby
Take lessons. If you're serious about racquetball or squash, take lessons from a Pro. The swing is not intuitive and it's important to learn proper technique.
Turn your shoulders. When you swing, make sure to turn your sh
The more I played racquetball, t...by
Seth Roberts ..
The more I played racquetball, the more accurate my shots became — the more control I had. It was a kind of learning: learning to place the ball. I was fascinated by how little we knew about how that learning took place. I
getting into racquetballby
my company is planning on having a racquetball tournament at a local gym (as a team building experience i assume)... does anybody know what kind of gear i will be needing?