Rotator cuff injury
You should aim to increase your training gradually in order to avoid overloading your muscles. If you suffer a rotator cuff injury, rest and immobilization using a shoulder brace will help with recovery.
Correspondingly, how do you strengthen your shoulders for badminton?
Likewise, people ask, what are the common problems that players may encounter in playing badminton?
- Patellofemoral pain syndrome.
- Jumper’s knee.
- Collateral ligament injuries.
- Medial tibial stress syndrome (shin splints)
- Ankle sprain.
- Thrower’s shoulder.
- Plantar fasciitis.
- Achilles tendon rupture.
How do you strengthen rotator cuff?
Rotator cuff exercises
- Lie flat on the back, extend the arms and legs, and engage the abdominal muscles.
- Reach one arm toward the ceiling, lifting it until the shoulder blade comes off the floor.
- Hold for 5 seconds.
- Return arm to the floor.
- Repeat on the other side.
1. Tennis Elbow (Lateral epicondylitis) Tennis elbow is one of the most common injuries in badminton. A tennis elbow is when your forearm (near the elbow) goes through excessive usage causing many micro-breaks and inflammation near the lateral epicondyle or the bony edge of the elbow.
Exercises that you can do to improve your strength for badminton include forward, backward and sideways lunges with weights. Others include squats, leg presses, leg curls, and leg extensions. To improve the strength of the upper body, perform shoulder presses, chest presses, and lat pull downs.
Foods that badminton player cannot ignore
- Bananas. Bananas are a rich source of instant energy. …
- Broccoli. Broccoli is an unlimited source of energy and vitamins, and it contains the majority of micronutrients, vitamins, and minerals. …
- Dark Chocolate. …
- Kidney beans. …
- Brown Rice. …
- Garlic. …
- Milk. …
Grip and Forearm Strengthening Exercises for Badminton Players
- Dumbbell Wrist Curls.
- Dumbbell Wrist Extensions.
- This exercise is the opposite of the Dumbbell Wrist Curls. Instead of your palm facing up, you want to turn your arm so that the palm is facing down. …
- Forearm Blaster/Wrist roller.
- Hand Grippers.
- Training Racket.