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    Managing fatigue

    Any thoughts on how coaches manage fatigue in the tournament? How do they keep them from being sore n what not? Iv been wondering this watching last game hoping were not to tired for uk



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    Re: Managing fatigue

    Hotel bath tubs full of ice water is pretty standard to keep legs fresh during NCAAs



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    Re: Managing fatigue

    There's like a weeks break between each game



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    Re: Managing fatigue

    Youth and adrenaline



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    Re: Managing fatigue

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclones12321 View Post
    Any thoughts on how coaches manage fatigue in the tournament? How do they keep them from being sore n what not? Iv been wondering this watching last game hoping were not to tired for uk
    Call me a hippy but I'd run my team through some light yoga every morning and tons of fresh squeezed veggie/fruit juice.

    It's a miracle cure after long distance runs for me. Wish I'd have done both through my years wrestling, especially when I was struggling with back pain from wrestling.



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    Re: Managing fatigue

    A whole lot of timeouts, between the 5 each team gets and the TV timeouts.
    Mix that with the occasional substitution, and fatigue shouldn't be the biggest issue.


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    Re: Managing fatigue

    Quote Originally Posted by cymaniac17 View Post
    There's like a weeks break between each game
    We just played on Thursday. After tonight, there will be a one week break, but 2nd-3rd round games have just one day off



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    Re: Managing fatigue

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclones12321 View Post
    Any thoughts on how coaches manage fatigue in the tournament? How do they keep them from being sore n what not? Iv been wondering this watching last game hoping were not to tired for uk
    These guys are young enough and in good enough shape that they're fine. I'm sure they rest, eat well, and do pretty standard stuff like ice baths. And of course, no late-night studying.



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    Re: Managing fatigue

    Quote Originally Posted by cymaniac17 View Post
    There's like a weeks break between each game
    only 1 day really between



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    Re: Managing fatigue

    Wins cure all.



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    Re: Managing fatigue

    Play the piano.


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    Re: Managing fatigue

    They've all being play in tournaments since they were 5. They're ok



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    Re: Managing fatigue

    I play one game I'm sore for three days.



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    Re: Managing fatigue

    Quote Originally Posted by clone2011 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by cymaniac17 View Post
    There's like a weeks break between each game
    We just played on Thursday. After tonight, there will be a one week break, but 2nd-3rd round games have just one day off
    Yes I know. but after this they would have a long layoff. It's 2 games a week. they can handle it.



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    Re: Managing fatigue

    Nonstop video of the Wayans brothers followed by a random Adam Sandler movie for the knockout punch. Fresh and ready.



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