Johns Hopkins Medicine recently reported that "Trendy exercises come and go, just like trendy clothing and foods. Whether you should join in depends on your interest, motivation and fitness level. “Different things work well for different people,” says Johns Hopkins cardiologist Seth Martin, M.D.
“What’s great is that there are so many options today that make working out more of a fun or social activity than a daily chore.” (source)
There’s no one way to work out,” Martin says. For heart health, what matters is that you meet, and ideally exceed, the CDC guidelines to exercise for at least 30 minutes a day, five days a week, he says.
Here are multiple benefits of using our Badminton sets.
- Badminton provides a heart-racing workout, some great health benefits and can be played socially, as well as competitively.
- Helps to release endorphins. In turn, this can help reduce depression, anxiety and stress and improve our overall mood and sleep.
- Badminton is a fast and intense game once you start getting into it, which is what makes it all the more fun.
- Our mobility gradually begins to become more limited as we age. This may be prevented by ensuring we lubricate our joints by remaining active.
- Badminton also helps to minimize the risk of arthritis and other joint issues.
- Increases life expectancy and mobility to promote heart health and exercise for all ages and abilities.