It is very important to choose a good racket to reduce the risk of epicondylitis since, in the case of tennis, this inflammation can be triggered by vibrations that radiate from the racket to the extensor tendons of the hand and elbow, stroke after stroke.
Inflammation can be prevented, or "mediated" if it has already occurred, simply choosing one of the best padel rackets for epicondylitis with certain characteristics, including soft core materials designed to reduce vibrations.
Common Features Of Epicondylitis Padel Rackets
The common characteristics of the padel racquets for epicondylitis concern the weight of the blade itself and the materials used.
It is good that the padel rackets for epicondylitis are light, therefore that they have a carbon frame and graphene or carbon plates.
Another fundamental detail is the core: it must be able to reduce vibrations and, usually, it is made of Soft EVA rubber or even Ultra Soft.
Some of the best padel rackets for epicondylitis also feature a aramid reinforcement in the bridge, able to minimize the oscillations.
It is best not to use racquets with a too hard core, such as hard EVA rubber, to avoid overloading the forearm and generating too many vibrations.