The Benefits and Hazards of Badminton

  • The Benefits and Hazards of Badminton

    Posted by Rajkumar Neelappa on March 28, 2021 at 9:56 pm

    Are you playing badminton professionally and are wondering what pros and cons it entails? Let us walk you through a few of the benefits and hazards of the sport.


    · Burn calories: Badminton involves every muscle in your body as it requires you to run and dive. These get your heart pumping and increases circulation. You can burn up to 450 calories every hour! This can assist in losing weight.

    · Reduce risks of heart issues: Badminton helps in ridding the body of toxins and decreasing cholesterol levels. In doing so, your risk of hypertension, heart attacks and strokes is greatly reduced.

    · Longer life expectancy: Did you know that playing a racquet-based sport can increase your life expectancy by almost six years? This is even more than other sports such as football and swimming.


    · Eye injuries: Studies have found that doubles badminton players are at higher risk of eye injuries than singles players. Shuttlecocks travel at high speeds and can seriously damage your eyes if you aren’t careful. Additionally, your partner’s racquet can always hit your face if there is lack of coordination.

    · Achilles Tendonitis: Badminton players frequently report this injury. It does not happen all of a sudden, but the Achilles tendon gradually becomes inflamed and swollen. This can temporarily impair a person’s ability to walk or stand, thereby impacting their game.

    Badminton players are no strangers to injuries. But as long as you follow proper precautions, you can play to your fullest potential and take advantage of the many benefits offered by the sport.

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