Training in hot weather

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CR17Ronaldo
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Training in hot weather

Post by CR17Ronaldo » 11 Jun 2005, 20:58

hello its me again I was just wondering is it good to train in HOT weather around 30 degrees I mean im outside and I get dehydrated easily its so hot and my motivation is gone many ppl are saying that is not good to play
in these conditions cause its could create skin problem so what should I do ?
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Post by noah » 12 Jun 2005, 00:37

hah man, i know how you feel... i kinda felt like practicing a few days ago when it was like 31-32 celcius, i spent about half an hour practicing some juggling moves and then gave up, us canadians aren't used to that kind of heat :x
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Post by J » 12 Jun 2005, 01:53

Its ok to train in hot weather. You just have to hydrate yourself very well and pace yourself throughout the training. Dont push it too hard at first. The more you force yourself to train in hot weather, the easier it will become after a while. You start to get used to it. 8)

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Post by frizzyan » 12 Jun 2005, 03:18

Well it really depends what temeperature you're accustomed to playing your games.

For example, a player in Saudi Arabia would be used to 30-31 degrees as all his games is also at that temperature, meaning when he trains, he would use that sort of temperature to train himself because he would know how to avoid dehydration and also know what the stamina is required for that.

But if usually your games are on days with around 25 degrees or less, then I guess training in 30-31 degrees is quite pointless unless you want to climatize yourself to different surroundings.

Drink an abundance of water and avoid fizzy drinks, and don't over-train cause it may be more harmful than helpful. If you can, try find an indoor place to train but that may be impossible so oh well.

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Post by J » 12 Jun 2005, 05:43

frizzyan wrote:
But if usually your games are on days with around 25 degrees or less, then I guess training in 30-31 degrees is quite pointless unless you want to climatize yourself to different surroundings.
I wouldnt say its pointless because if you train in hot weather and then go to some cooler weather, it will be much easier and your body will be much more effecient.

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Post by Ronaldinho10 » 12 Jun 2005, 10:21

Train but don't overtrain in especially hot weather. Make sure you have plenty of water with you for drinking and for cooling your face and head by pouring it on your face but if you are having to do this you may well need a rest.
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Post by soccerfreak14 » 12 Jun 2005, 19:33

well for the skin problem try wearing sunblock. But the most important is to stay hydrated.i hate practicing in the heat b/c somteimes it makes me tireed and dizzy. So my coaches willl tell me to drick a lot of water all the time to stay hydrated.

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Post by sOcCeRKiD11 » 17 Jun 2005, 02:54

jus train as hard as u can and after u finish jump in the pool and kool down after that trian again then go ito the pool again and jus RELAX

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Post by pascalfrik » 17 Jun 2005, 05:24

i train every day in about 35 to 40C.
I start sweating in like 5 min but train about 1 hour and then take a quick break for 5 min and drink something and than start again.

Then in the evening i go to the pool and swim laps..

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Post by Maradona » 20 Jun 2005, 00:00

Yeah last week it was soo hot I just ran 10 metres and I was sweating a lot, I'm OK with 25oCelsius...
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Post by CR17Ronaldo » 20 Jun 2005, 01:49

maradona you live in montreal so close to my hometown I live in laval
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Post by Mike » 20 Jun 2005, 16:01

I say get used to the heat guys caz it doesn't look like it's gonna cool down during the summer.

i play in 35 degrees, and with the humidy factor it was about 40!
Sure I sweat a lot, but that just lets me know that I'm working hard.
Just be safe and put on sunscreen and stay hyrdated!

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Post by Adizeta » 20 Jun 2005, 17:12

i live in the us so here its like 30-25 deggreess i guess

i say its better to play under conditions so ur body and mind can get used to play in all type of situations

but never push urself too much

gets used to very hot or cold tempertures slowly so u dont hurt urself

and alwasy stay hydrated drink many fluids

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Post by Mike » 20 Jun 2005, 19:40

I say get used to the heat guys caz it doesn't look like it's gonna cool down during the summer.

i play in 35 degrees, and with the humidy factor it was about 40!
Sure I sweat a lot, but that just lets me know that I'm working hard.
Just be safe and put on sunscreen and stay hyrdated!

I'm quite surprised of the weather turnout in Canada.

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Post by *yung-ital* » 30 Jun 2005, 03:21

Im moving to arizona,usa in december so i am going ot have to get used to hot weather. i have tons of family there so i am visiting in the summer. and its hard to practice in hot weather
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