Playing badminton has many advantages, but do you know the three disadvantages?

Playing badminton has many advantages, such as losing weight, relieving eye fatigue, relieving cervical discomfort, cultivating sentiment, keeping fit, staying away from sub-health, and enhancing your jumping ability and reflection ability. The application of badminton doubles tactics allows you to learn to cooperate and learn team strength. At the same time, playing badminton also exercises your brain very much. However, playing badminton also has three major disadvantages, which are unavoidable. Do you know?

Disadvantage 1: Playing badminton hurts your knees. When attacking, whether you take off with two feet or one foot, the moment you land, it will increase the burden on your knees. When defending, your body’s center of gravity will drop into a semi-squat posture, which will also add a lot of pressure to your knees, such as the pace of surfing the Internet when you move forward, and stepping back, including all kinds of big strides, small strides, sideways jumps, and steps.

I believe that many badminton lovers have more or less problems with their knees. Here is a very effective way to relieve them. It is impossible to play badminton all the time in the arena. Generally, after a game, you will rest for five to ten minutes. That is, during the rest, you can find a wall to do static squatting. The method is to lean back against the wall, bend your thighs and calves 90 degrees, and your knees should not exceed your toes, so as to relax your knees for five minutes before playing.

Disadvantage 2: Playing badminton costs a lot of money, rubbing against the ground back and forth, and badminton shoes are more expensive to wear than usual sports shoes. This is an expense. The ball line is broken and needs to be replaced. With the improvement of technology, the number of cables is increasing, and the number of thread changes is becoming more and more frequent. This is an expense. The rubber is dirty and there is no friction, so it needs to be replaced. This is an expense.

The biggest expense of playing badminton is the loss of badminton. A barrel of 12-pack badminton can be used, and the price is around 50 yuan. A barrel of balls is normal for four days, and it is more expensive in winter. How to solve this shortcoming is to replace nylon balls that are resistant to playing. The World Badminton Federation has developed outdoor nylon balls that are resistant to playing, but they are not fully popularized!

Disadvantage 3: Playing badminton is a waste of time. After playing for an afternoon, the time passed unconsciously. When playing badminton, I was happy, turned over, and began to regret it after playing. Today’s report has not been finished, and today’s plan has not been made. Today, I agreed to play with my wife and son, but I forgot all about it. I can only apologize to my wife and children and then work overtime alone until the early hours of the morning!

I have seen a poster in a gymnasium, which is very domineering: don’t let your business delay playing badminton! I read it several times, and finally laughed. Playing badminton is a waste of time. Players who are equal to each other always want to have another match, and as a result, one game after another is endless. After several years, you may not be promoted or raised because of playing badminton, but you have gained health. When you see your once all-powerful boss, with six hands and seven hands, starting to draw eight characters,