Understanding the Balance Point of Badminton Rackets

https://www.nydhi.com/blogs/news/understanding-balance-point-of-badminton-rackets Sep 10, 2018 · Usually, any racket with the balance point of more than 295mm is considered to be head-heavy. So, if the distance between the bottom of the racket handle and the balance point is 300mm, your racket is ideal for playing attacking shots. Players who like to hit smashes and enjoy powerful shots opt for head-heavy rackets such as Yonex Astrox 77 badminton racket. Victor Thruster F badminton racket ……

Balance Point Of Your Racket Is Important, Here's How You ...

https://blog.playo.co/find-the-balance-point/ The balance point of your badminton racket is always located on the shaft, either towards the head or towards the grip or exactly in between. Different balance points on the shaft indicate a different type of racket which most often you can associate to the playing style of the player or the format he plays.…

Head Heavy Badminton Rackets – Yumo Pro Shop - Racquet ...

https://yumo.ca/blogs/badminton-information/head-heavy-badminton-rackets Head Heavy badminton rackets have a balance point more towards the head therefore giving you more momentum in your swing. The advantage of a head heavy racket is that it will be easier to hit smashes and clears as the momentum from the heavier head will increase your racket head speed, applying more force to the shuttle, resulting in more power.…

? Head Heavy Balance and Balance Point BadmintonCentral

https://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/index.php?threads/head-heavy-balance-and-balance-point.12016/ Mar 02, 2014 · I want to know how can we classify a racket into head heavy balance? a Yonex MP88 has length 675 mm and its balance point is 312 mm (measured from the end of grip). a Talbot Torro Isopower 2500 has length 663 mm and its balance point is 295 mm (measured from the ……

HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT BADMINTON RACKET (BEGINNER ...

https://www.yangyang-rg.com/2017/09/13/how-to-choose-the-right-badminton-racket-beginner/ Sep 13, 2017 · The head and frame have less mass allows player to handle and manipulate the racket; hence is the best to play shots at the net. Suitable for players comfortable playing in the front area. Head-Heavy Balance Badminton Racket. For players who want extra power in the head of the racket, allows you to punch more mass in to your clears and smashes.…

Head Heavy Balance Badminton Rackets - Power - Tennisnuts.com

https://www.tennisnuts.com/shop/badminton/badminton-rackets/all-headheavy.html Home / Badminton / Badminton Rackets / Head Heavy Rackets Head Heavy Balance Badminton Rackets - Power Head-Heavy badminton rackets are very popular with players who like to play a powerful game from the back of the court, providing them with extra mass in the head, which can increase the power of their clears and smashes.…

What is the best heavy head wight racket in badminton? - Quora

https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-best-heavy-head-wight-racket-in-badminton Jul 29, 2019 · You should go for a head heavy racquet IF: You have the basic speed of foot (and arm) and you have plenty of control mid and front court. Within the "Head Heavy Balance" category, a stiff frame would suit the more accomplished (or physically stronger) player by providing more control. A medium or flexible frame would help to provide more power to those that need it.…

How to Choose a Badminton Racket – Yumo Pro Shop - Racquet ...

https://yumo.ca/blogs/badminton-information/25920196-how-to-choose-a-badminton-racket Head Heavy Balance Badminton Rackets: Head heavy rackets give you the extra edge when hitting a smash as the head weight contributes to the momentum of a players swing and gives them more power in their shots. The downside is that with a heavier head, your reaction to shots might be a bit sluggish when on the defense.…

How To Choose The Perfect Badminton Racket For Yourself ...

https://www.badmintonmag.com/how-to-choose-perfect-badminton-racket/ Head heavy => The balance point at the head of the badminton racket will offer more power and length for your smashes and clears. The reason is simply the additional mass that is being moved when you hit the shuttle. This supports your acceleration and makes it easier to hit the shuttle far. But there is a downside of a head-heavy racket.…

Badminton Racket

https://www.badmintonbay.com/Badminton-Racket This racket is designed for tactical and semi-offensive players. Using the latest Nano Technology, the racket is made to help players produce control and power. It’s an ultra light racket with a Slightly Head Heavy Balance and Hi-Tension Fr...…

Head Heavy Vs Head Light Badminton Equipment - Rackets ...

https://badminton-coach.co.uk/discussion-forum/badminton-rackets/head-heavy-vs-head-light/ Apr 25, 2011 · I only play doubles, so for me the speed of a head light racket is the biggest plus point. If I were to play singles I would persevere with a head heavy racket as the 'get out of jail' clearing power of the Armortec would be really useful. The big surprise for me was that I didn't generate more power and speed as I thought I would.…

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https://www.badmintonwarehouse.com/collections/badminton-rackets With a head-heavy balance and 10mm longer than a standard racket, the Yonex Astrox 88D badminton racket is the hard-hitting backcourt doubles player's delight. Specially designed for backcourt players in... $ 260.00 $ 210.00…

Yonex - Badminton Bay

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RSL Diamond X8 Silver • RSL New Zealand - badminton.co.nz

https://badminton.co.nz/product/rsl-diamond-x8-silver/ The balance point of the racket is light head heavy, so that both a hard smash can be struck and a fast racket movement can be made. The stiff handle ensures a lot of control and therefore a more accurate stroke. The weight of 83 grams provides more power in the strokes. This RSL Diamond X8 Silver offers a great ball feeling, stability and control in the strokes. The racket is equipped with ...…

Yonex Astrox 55 (AX55) 5UG5 Light Silver Badminton Racket

https://www.badmintonalley.com/Yonex_Astrox_55_5UG5_Light_Silver_Badminton_Racket_p/racket-yonex-astrox-55-silver.htm The Yonex ASTROX 55 Light Silver badminton racket is a lightweight (78 grams) and medium stiff racket combined with head heavy balance. The ASTROX 55 is optimized for intermediate players to achieve their steepest and fastest smashes.…

Understanding the Balance Point of Badminton Rackets

https://www.nydhi.com/blogs/news/understanding-balance-point-of-badminton-rackets Sep 10, 2018 · Usually, any racket with the balance point of more than 295mm is considered to be head-heavy. So, if the distance between the bottom of the racket handle and the balance point is 300mm, your racket is ideal for playing attacking shots. Players who like to hit smashes and enjoy powerful shots opt for head-heavy rackets such as Yonex Astrox 77 badminton racket. Victor Thruster F badminton racket ……

Balance Point Of Your Racket Is Important, Here's How You ...

https://blog.playo.co/find-the-balance-point/ The balance point of your badminton racket is always located on the shaft, either towards the head or towards the grip or exactly in between. Different balance points on the shaft indicate a different type of racket which most often you can associate to the playing style of the player or the format he plays.…

Head Heavy Badminton Rackets – Yumo Pro Shop - Racquet ...

https://yumo.ca/blogs/badminton-information/head-heavy-badminton-rackets Head Heavy badminton rackets have a balance point more towards the head therefore giving you more momentum in your swing. The advantage of a head heavy racket is that it will be easier to hit smashes and clears as the momentum from the heavier head will increase your racket head speed, applying more force to the shuttle, resulting in more power.…

Balance point of Head heavy rackets? BadmintonCentral

https://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/index.php?threads/balance-point-of-head-heavy-rackets.22614/ May 12, 2009 · It would be nice to move that balane point over a slight bit as it would help with my swing clearing but man oh man a head heavy racket head is sooo usefull at and around the net for net kills and short smashes.…

HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT BADMINTON RACKET (BEGINNER ...

https://www.yangyang-rg.com/2017/09/13/how-to-choose-the-right-badminton-racket-beginner/ Sep 13, 2017 · The head and frame have less mass allows player to handle and manipulate the racket; hence is the best to play shots at the net. Suitable for players comfortable playing in the front area. Head-Heavy Balance Badminton Racket. For players who want extra power in the head of the racket, allows you to punch more mass in to your clears and smashes.…

Head Heavy Balance Badminton Rackets - Power - Tennisnuts.com

https://www.tennisnuts.com/shop/badminton/badminton-rackets/all-headheavy.html Home / Badminton / Badminton Rackets / Head Heavy Rackets Head Heavy Balance Badminton Rackets - Power Head-Heavy badminton rackets are very popular with players who like to play a powerful game from the back of the court, providing them with extra mass in the head, which can increase the power of their clears and smashes.…

What is the best heavy head wight racket in badminton? - Quora

https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-best-heavy-head-wight-racket-in-badminton Jul 29, 2019 · Head Heavy badminton rackets have a balance point more towards the head therefore giving you more momentum in your swing. The advantage of a head heavy racket is that it will be easier to hit smashes and clears as the momentum from the heavier head will ……

Head Heavy Vs Head Light Badminton Equipment - Rackets ...

https://badminton-coach.co.uk/discussion-forum/badminton-rackets/head-heavy-vs-head-light/ Apr 25, 2011 · I only play doubles, so for me the speed of a head light racket is the biggest plus point. If I were to play singles I would persevere with a head heavy racket as the 'get out of jail' clearing power of the Armortec would be really useful. The big surprise for me was that I didn't generate more power and speed as I thought I would.…

Badminton Racket

https://www.badmintonbay.com/Badminton-Racket This racket is designed for tactical and semi-offensive players. Using the latest Nano Technology, the racket is made to help players produce control and power. It’s an ultra light racket with a Slightly Head Heavy Balance and Hi-Tension Fr...…

BadmintonRackets: Guide in buying a Badminton Racket

https://badmintonbats.blogspot.com/2011/04/guide-in-buying-badminton-racket.html Apr 11, 2011 · Ø Balance Point: The balance point for a typical badminton racket lies on the shaft. The point is usually shifted towards the head on models that are designed for offense, due to the heavier head of these rackets. To obtain the balance point, just try to balance the racket on one of your index fingers.…

Badminton Rackets Badminton Warehouse

https://www.badmintonwarehouse.com/collections/badminton-rackets With a head-heavy balance and 10mm longer than a standard racket, the Yonex Astrox 88D badminton racket is the hard-hitting backcourt doubles player's delight. Specially designed for backcourt players in... $ 260.00 $ 210.00…

Yang-Yang Sensation 900 Badminton Racquet

https://www.badmintonalley.com/Yang_Yang_Sensation_900_Badminton_Racquet_p/racket-yangyang-sensation-900.htm Mixed with Kevlar, material used for bulletproof vest, to strengthen the frame, the Yang-Yang Sensation 900 badminton racquet is a strong and light weight racquet with a head heavy balance similar to the Yonex Armortec design.…