Due to the multiple chopping-turning-jumping-landing actions, the knee joint is sometimes severely put to the test. Knee ligaments, meniscal tears and cruciate ligaments ensure a relatively stable joint. In the event of increased loading of the knee or knee pain, a Push Sports Knee Brace can give you just that bit of extra support to ensure that your sporting experience is as good as it can be and above all also stays that way.
The wrist tensors in particular, which attach to the elbow, can become overloaded when playing badminton. Holding the racket is above all done by this muscle group, along with a part of the movement. This is a good reason to afford extra attention to this often painful spot with the Push Sports Elbow Brace, both to prevent and treat injuries.
Jumping is an essential part of badminton, but landing is too. So-called jumper's knee is a reasonably frequent complaint of the tendon directly beneath the knee ligament. This ligament is used very often during these movements and can quickly become overloaded. The ligament can give rise to many complaints and sometimes even render sport (temporarily) impossible. Use of a good patella brace, such as that made by Push Sports, is advisable in order to manage the pain or prevent anything more serious.