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    Default Fitness & snooker

    Hello everyone, it's been a long time. My first question in many years.

    Right basically I just got back into snooker some time last year after many years off the baize.

    My question is, do you think someone's physique can affect their play?
    I've been playing bad

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    Up the TSF!

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    What's wrong with playing me?

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    I think fitness is important for a snooker player (or any sport, really) but it has effects on the body and snooker performances. For example, I have

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    Thanks for the welcome deanH and guys for your input.

    I mention thai_son22 because he is the only snooker partner I have. No one else

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    Yoga is your best friend for flexibility while bodybuilding. Once a week after your body has healed isn't bad.

    I train weights Mon to We

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    Thanks for the recommendation arsalanjami. It's hard to find time to do class outside of everything, I actually don't go gym but train at home for the

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    Hi. About a year ago I changed job to one that was more physically demanding and noticed a big downward turn in my game. I found my cue arm snatched a

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    I have had a similar experience but not the job part - just starting working out to lose weight and found myself liking lifting heavy weights... The t

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