the right time to play...

  • #1

    Yeah! I've been enjoying chess now... but lately I'd notice that my ability is somewhat different compared to my first and second games.... when i'd got to play 3rd-7th round it really tires me and I can hardly focus om my moves.... I think playing for long hours without sleeping and eating is I don't know... its bad I guess...

    can anyone tells me of what should I do for this stress (I guess) or any vitamins or medications  should I take... to endure long hours of playing...

  • #2

    exercise

  • #3

    its kinda funny but I like your comment... if you say so... what kind of exercise??? may I ask?

  • #4

    depending what you like doing, for e.g. walking,running,cycling,swimming (abit of everything ? ), played any kind of sports ?  also don't forget to have a balance diet along with good sleeping routine.  Have a break from playing/study chess to give your brain a refresh.

    remember the the keywords is "healthy body,healthy mind" 

    shit, all the things I've said here is what I should be doing !!

  • #5

    I would suggest vigorous "exercise" with your partner... some of the great players have said it helps their game quite a bit

  • #6
    ivandh wrote:

    I would suggest vigorous "exercise" with your partner... some of the great players have said it helps their game quite a bit


    And it only takes, at most, 2 minutes out of your day Laughing

  • #7

    if try harder you can do it in three minutes

  • #8
    kco wrote:

    if try harder you can do it in three minutes


    Well yes but please don't tell Mrs NickYoung5 !

  • #9

    Tiredness after 3 games? Play every game as if it is your first

    And don't play chess after exercising with your girlfriend

  • #10
    NickYoung5 wrote:
    kco wrote:

    if try harder you can do it in three minutes


    Well yes but please don't tell Mrs NickYoung5 !


     that not my problem Mr NickYoung5 Smile you gonna have a problem explaining this to john paul asis if he doesn't understand what we were talking about Innocent

  • #11

    Indeed yes! Ahh, the youth of today

  • #12
    ivandh wrote:

    I would suggest vigorous "exercise" with your partner... some of the great players have said it helps their game quite a bit


    Escrima?

  • #13

    I really don't know what kind of practice with partner is that...... and Escrima is a sword thing right?

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