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post #31 of 33 (permalink) Old 02-20-2005, 02:47 AM
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Re: How frequently do you practice?

I try to get out there daily for hour or 2....Im in college and there are courts right by my dormroom + we have school intermural tournments all the time.. play in those...i won 1 and lost in other 2 in the finals...blew it lol

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post #32 of 33 (permalink) Old 02-20-2005, 03:15 AM
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Re: How frequently do you practice?

Originally Posted by Leena
I practice usually 4 days a week... sometimes less, depending how my shoulder feels.
I hate shoulders! I can practice groundies and volleys all day, but too much serving will eventually catch up with my shoudler. It was never a problem in high school or college. But once I graduated from college I quit lifting. 2 years after that tendinitous set in on my shoudler.

I actually play more dubs now because it is less serving and I can play a lot more matches.
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Re: How frequently do you practice?

I used to serve a few hundred times a day when I was in high school. Now that's come back to bite me in the ass. My shoulder was basically numb for a few years, so I ignored it. But lately, it keeps locking up, which isn't good. I'm afraid to know how much stuff is damaged in there.
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