Here's an Unusual Way
to Build Power and Speed in Your Forearms That
Will Help You To Hit Deeper Backhand's, Faster Smashes and Longer
What's More You Can Make This Little Tool To Do
The Exercise Yourself For Free Right Now...
Take a Look Below to See Exactly
Let's be honest here, every shot you play in a typical game of badminton requires strength,
control, power and accuracy.
And where does this all come
Well obviously there are many muscles involved
in every movement we make in every shot we play, but which muscle group do you think is the
Well, in my opinion it has to be
the forearm muscles. They're involved in every shot, whether it's to control the twist and
cushioning of a delicate drop shot over the net or to contract explosively at the point of contact
during a devastating smash.
No, it's fair to say they play a large part
in every game we play.
If you've got weak forearm muscles, you won't
be able to play at your best, it's as simple as that.
truth is that it's very easy to fix weak forearms... You just need to make them strong, sounds
obvious I know, but it's true.
You should work them using a variety of
different exercises and techniques and for a specific amount of time and intensity as well as
allowing enough rest in between exercising them and playing.
I'll show how to do just one great quick
exercise you can do which you'll feel deep in your forearm muscles and perhaps more importantly
I'll show how to make the tool you'll need to do this particular exercise. You can make it in a few
minutes, completely for free with bits you have kicking around the house.
If you want to discover more exercises and
fitness drills that you can do to improve the fitness, strength and stamina of every
muscle used in Badminton then you should check out my NEW badminton fitness training
program here to find out more: -Badminton Training Tips
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