Published: 03 Mar 2008 - 12:08 by SamBWFC
Updated: 27 Mar 2008 - 17:27
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I was playing for my club a couple of weeks ago, away against another club, and the court I played on, well... I've never experienced such a hot court in my life. There was a bloody big radiator at the top, beaming down on you while you were playing! It really messed with my game, I was sweating like hell after the first game and considering I'm 20 years old and have high fitness levels, this is not like me at all!
My question is, how can I prepare myself for hot courts like these? The player I played was older and not as fit as me, but I'm not really good in heat and I was getting stitches in my chest... I eventually ended up losing the match.
Obviously to slow the pace down is one thing to try and preserve energy, but is there anything I can do prior to going on court i.e. relevant fluids to take, or even any form of training for this?How to add images to Members' Forum posts and replies here...
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