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Old 12-06-08, 03:53 PM
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Tennis & Cycling

I am having trouble combining the two. If I cycle one day I am too sore to play tennis the next day. They are both dear to me any suggestions? On a tennis note if you want to see an unbelievable young player you have to check this out
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Bicycling shouldn't make you that sore. If you've done it a lot, then cut back on miles. If you're new to it, probably just keep doing the same thing and you'll get over the soreness. Assuming it's muscles being tired that's sore- if it's seat problems or something, that's different.
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never had a problem doin both ,although havent played tennis in awhile I use to be in the business so I played everyday for very long time,my place was home court to phila freedoms
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