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25 June, 2022

Padel and beer is a very typical combination among padel fans

There are few things more refreshing and pleasant than recovering liquids by drinking a cane, as long as it is done with your head and you don’t drink more than you have to.

The consumption of beer after practising a sport does not seem to be harmful to your health. In fact, due to its content in polyphenols (natural antioxidants), this drink can help us to avoid muscle aches.

In 2008 Dr. Manuel Castillo, Professor of Physiology at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Granada, published a study which shows that beer is effective in the recovery of the metabolism of athletes: “beer, drunk in moderate doses by healthy adults, is an interesting drink and complementary to water for rehydration after sport”.

The results of this research came from a test where the participants ran for one hour at 60% of their capacity and at a temperature of 35 degrees.

After the test, they were hydrated with water, but in the second session the water became beer, two cans to be precise. According to Castillo, no parameters were found in the analysis that made it inadvisable to drink this alcoholic beverage, and the result showed that “beer makes it possible to recover water losses at least to the same extent as water”.

Therefore, there is no need to be remorseful about taking a shot after a game of padel since hydration is necessary, either with water or with beer.

Source: camisetasdepadel.com

Besides being a plan that offers social company with which to have a post-partum talk, beer also provides potassium, prevents colon cancer and facilitates intestinal transit.

Now that we have moved on to Phase 1 and padel matches can be played and the open terraces are open at 50%, the match plan and beer can’t be missed.

The Consejo Superior de Deportes in Spain (CSD) published in the BOE that the outdoor facilities could be reopened and meetings of up to ten people were allowed.

However, doubts remained and the Spanish Government did not clarify whether it was possible to return to the tracks. On May 25th, the Spanish Padel Federation decided to take over the situation: “According to the conversations held with the CSD, we officially communicate that, since last Monday 25th, the practice of padel in pairs is allowed in any facility”.

With this release the padel players have been able to return to the courts, even if it is not exactly the same as before due to the restrictions and hygiene measures, which must be very present in practice.

Now more than ever you have to be concerned and have “common sense” since the alternative to this would be to close the tracks, a catastrophic measure for the padel world.

Nerea Díaz-Maroto
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