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Tennis Tips for Aging Tennis Lovers


Unfortunately nowadays aging is something that everyone has to deal with. It has been scientifically proven that after every decade of a person’s life, after the age of 25, our body starts to lose approximately 10% of its muscle capacity and 10% of our mental capacity as well. If you happen to be in this group that is over 25, fear not, because this only happens if you don’t try and keep your body and mind healthy by exercising regularly.

These studies have shown that even people that are in their nineties are still able to build muscle and improve their mental capacity as well. The problem with this is that as you get older it becomes harder to work out on a regular basis, so many people put off starting that exercise program to the next year and so on. As you get older it becomes far harder to lose weight and get back in shape and in order to do so it seems you have to work out harder as you get older.

As a person gets older they will find it takes longer for them to recover after a workout and the strength and flexibility is not what it was when you were a young whippersnapper. You do have to put the required time and effort into your workout regime if you want to see results and even though as you get older this seems to be harder to do, if you want to keep your body in decent shape you have to put the effort into it.

Tennis is a sport that many people find enjoyable and it provides a good workout for the body as well. As you get older it is important that you put the time and effort into working out and tennis is great for any individual no matter what their age. It is the type of sport where you can take the time to recover after a game and although your body may not be what it used to be, by playing on a regular basis it will help to keep your body in good shape and also provide many other health benefits as well.

If you’re playing competitively and you find it is a little taxing on your body you can try to utilize other methods to help you relax and wind down, such as massage therapy perhaps. It is important that you make sure you get your sleep and drink plenty of fluids so that there is no dehydration and you will be ready for the next day’s match.

There are many people in the tennis industry that have grown up with the game and still find it highly enjoyable even as they get older. One particular individual that truly has made a name in this sport is Andre Agassi and he works out regularly to keep in shape. He has been quoted to say that a ‘strong body listens, it obeys and a weak body commands’. This means that if your body is weak and it’s telling you that you need to do something about it, it is time you should listen.

Tennis is one of the best sports for those of that are getting up in years because it provides a good workout that is enjoyable as well.

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