Nadal is adapted to pain

The back is the Achilles heel of many athletes. Above all, tennis players and golfers ...

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The back is the Achilles heel of many athletes. Above all, tennis players and golfers. The mechanical gesture, mainly in the serve and somewhat less in the backhand, exerts pressure on the entire lumbosacral hinge that very often produces disc injuries and important facet alterations, which end up causing pain. The tests carried out on Rafa Nadal do not indicate significant limiting pathology at the present time.

Nadal is used to the suffering of high competition. Know that there is no honor without pain. There is no magic formula to stay on the podium for so many years despite fatigue, injuries, pain and years. The key to the success of our best athlete of all time is in the perfect balance achieved in the three fundamental pillars: physical, mental and social. The pressure of the competition is brutal at times, and not everyone can handle it. Rest is another key pillar in sport. And Rafa is a master at this. Therefore, your back pain, a priori, is not worrisome.



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