Listed on here are a couple of internal links within my website along with details of other badminton pages, websites & related information that I feel you will find useful.

Badminton Discussion Form

Paul Stewart Advanced Badminton Discussion Forum
Got something to share or ask people’s opinion on?

With difference sections for Advanced, Intermediate and Beginners, pop over and check out my active discussion forum

Online Coaching Club

  • Immediate access to 65 Coaching Videos
  • Access to a Private Facebook Discussion Group
  • Live webinars (bi-monthly, but hope to increase to monthly)
  • Ability to send in video of yourself playing for personal critique

Click to view Membership Options

Which Racket?

Every day I get an email from a player asking me to recommend a badminton racket to suit their style of play. Everyone is different and there are so many to choose from.

So, first of all I wrote this article: (click to read it) ‘What Do You Think About When Choosing A New Badminton Racquet?’.

Then, I developed it further, creating a downloadable guide, please click the image below & enter your name & email address if you would like me to email you a copy:

How To Choose Your Badminton Racket

Direct Sports Racket Selector Tool

This is another great tool for helping you to choose a badminton racket (I mention it inside my guide).

Simply click on the image below & then answer the questions!

Direct Sports Racket Selector

Ashaway String

Ashaway Zymax Fire Badminton StringFollowing substantial testing of various badminton string makes, I am pleased to recommend Ashaway Zymax Fire.

StrengthPro Training Rackets

Click To View StrengthPro Training Rackets

A while ago I was fortunate to get my hands on 2 of the StrengthPro Badminton Training Rackets, so I wrote a review of them. You can read it here.

Alternatively, if you want to know more, click the image to visit the official website.

Did You Know Guide To Badminton

Click To Read Pete Warman's Did You Know Guide To Badminton Stuff

Peter Warman has written this very basic guide to badminton equipment, answering questions like what the “U” and “G” symbols mean on racquets, recommended tensions etc.

It’s not meant to cover every brand and every aspect in badminton, otherwise it would be huge.

Peter has obviously spent a lot of time compiling and writing the information and I think it’s a good guide, especially it’s his first piece.

If you know of anyone wishing to learn the game, I would highly recommend you show them Peter’s guide. It’s FREE – just click this link to open it: Did You Know Guide To Badminton Stuff’ (or right click & select ‘save target as’ or ‘save link as’ to download to your computer).

Recommended Reading


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