Previously, in almost every yard could be heard the characteristic “knocking” of badminton shuttlecocks. This sport is popular and now, as the amateur game doesn’t require special courts, and also the accessories for this game are very affordable. The sports complex “Cross” is pleased to announce, that now there are all the facilities for training.
Benefits of playing
Playing it refers to sports, that provides full cardio. This simple backyard game gives multiple health benefits. It reduces the risk of heart disease, diabetes and obesity and also increases life expectancy. Regular indulgence in badminton helps overweight people to reduce their weight and attain optimal weight for their height and age. This effect due to the excess calories burnt during playing, which prevents them from accumulating as fat and increasing the individual’s weight.
This is a sport, that uses almost every muscle of the body and strengthens the bones. It develops spatial perception and visual acuteness.
The optimal health benefits will be achieved by playing badminton for at least 30 minutes a day, after adequate warm-up.
Games employing shuttlecocks have been played for centuries across Eurasia, but the modern game of badminton developed in the mid-19th century among the British as a variant of the earlier game of battledore and shuttlecock. (“Battledore” was an older term for “racquet”.)Its exact origin remains obscure. The name derives from the Duke of Beaufort’s Badminton House in Gloucestershire, but why or when remains unclear. As early as 1860, a London toy dealer named Isaac Spratt published a booklet entitled Badminton Battledore – A New Game, but no copy is known to have survived. An 1863 article in The Cornhill Magazine describes badminton as “battledore and shuttlecock played with sides, across a string suspended some five feet from the ground”.