Padel Magazine - And yes, as certainly in all sports, well hydrate is a piece of advice that is unfortunately not necessarily followed facts.
This happens even to the best as you will see in the video above:
the world number 1, Fernando Belasteguin in the final of the PPT Ibiza 2012 is a victim of poor hydration.
Recall that padel is a sport where the heart rate can increase rapidly. The more exchange there is, the more difficult it is to hold.
In general, athletic performance can be significantly affected if we do not care enough about our level of hydration.
Everyone is aware of the importance of good hydration in the sport.
But this is not limited to drinking water during a game.
In tennis, players start to sip before even starting the game, to avoid the risk of dehydration.
The padel can be very demanding, even if this sport is practiced in pairs on a piece of land whose dimensions are apparently small (10 x 10 meters is the space occupied by a pair).
To repel the risk of cramps and others, a tip: Drink and not too cold! (That's 2 advice!)
Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Pyramid Club in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France by going to cover the big French paddle events.