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BestMuayThai News: 2018-02-15
The news of Suwit muay thai by Bestmuaythai.com on February 15
Does alcohol affect the performance of fighters?
You’ll rarely find any fighter sipping apple or orange juice in a party, even the best Muay Thai daddies are known for their love for vodkas. In that sense, is it a good practice to have alcohol while you are working day and night to put yourself into shape? Let’s dig out the same!
Of course, alcohol has its negative impact on health that a person playing a sport that s/he realizes eventually during his in-ring performance. A body goes into the dehydration state very quickly, the reason is obvious, one makes frequent bathroom trips than usual. With this state, the working muscles now suck less oxygen and nutrients than required. Ultimately, the results in premature fatigue which is highly undesirable by any fighter during his service in the game.
Alcohol directly affects the central nervous system; you can feel that during training. A fighter draws strength, power, speed, and agility from his central nervous system and alcohol weakens that to the core. Not only that, with the passage of time, frequent alcohol consumption leads to standing low on testosterone level.
Does that mean, Muay Thai fighters have to quit alcohol forever? The answer is ‘Not exactly'. One has to be at a moderate level that does not hamper optimal performance level. Complete avoidance of alcohol 72 hours before a big session is barely essential.
Try not to overindulge yourself with high doses. Instead, small doses can work like wonder by cleaning your arteries by upping the level of HDL cholesterol. After every serving, an intake of 9-10 ounces of water. Most importantly, do not combine your alcohol with any other diuretic like energy drinks.
Honestly, if you’re health enthusiastic and want to flourish better through hardcore training, then just don’t drink. You will hear this advice more often in your camp from peers. However, if you can't just quit so suddenly, do allow yourself to go hydrated with little alcohol coupled with enough water intake.
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