Introduce us to a day in your life. Your morning begins with.
I start my day around 7.30 a.m. with a healthy breakfast, using my mixer for a shake of spinach, fruit, seeds, almond milk, and cereals.
Warming up at 9-9.30 hrs
Twice a day tennis sometimes once but then with an extra physical practice (10-12:00 hrs and 14-16:00 hrs)
Lunch and rest 12.00-13.30 hrs
Tennis or physical practice 14-16:00 hrs and cooling down massage
Driving back home and spending time with my five dogs and dinner at 19:00 hrs.
Cross words and table tennis with my dad 19.30-20.30 hrs
Relaxing in front of the TV (watching “Thuis” my favorite)
To bed at 22:00 hrs
Exercises that essentially comprise your workout routine? Five stretching exercises you practice regularly to prevent injury or overcome it? Your advice to beginners in tennis.
Especially for the shoulders, hamstrings, glutes, wrists and ankels exercises.
Advice: Stretching is very important and try to do some exercises to stay agile.
The diet that you follow to remain healthy and physically fit? Two supplements that are key essential for immunity and enhanced performance.
My food is mostly vegetarian with lots of vegetables, pasta, couscous or rice. I also need to toe at some carbs and after a practice in the day; I take an Etixx shake with carbs and protein. When I do power trainingI only take proteins, no carbs.
If I practice more than one hour, in my second hour, I take a Gel, gummies or something with sugar. I take spirulina or chlorella that I add to my shake in the morning, to enhance performance: recovery shake.
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