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    Icon9 Losing my breath

    Hello everyone,

    I recently started going to cricket practices. I have never played cricket or any other sport in my life. I am 29.

    We practice for about half an hour and during fielding practice I loose my breath and have to stop.

    After coming home, the next day I get fever and terrible joint and muscle pain that lasts for 3-4 days.

    Any advice mates? Should I start going to the gym or and maybe see a doctor?

    Thanks in advance.

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    uh go see a doctor dude
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    Yeah, don't muck around with this stuff mate. Go and get a check up for sure.
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    The fever doesn't sound very normal, but as for the joint/muscle pain that's completely normal and should stop happening after a few training sessions. Once your body gets used to the unusual movement that cricket requires (especially bowling, which is very unnatural).

    As for the shortness of breath, you mentioned that you hadn't played any sport previous to this, so you may just need to work on your fitness a little bit. Try going for a light jog around the oval before training starts, and remember to do stretches.
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    Maybe take an asthma puffer with you to training

    Go the preventer inhaler and you probably need a reliever too.

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    It's a blunt, and possibly cruel thing to say, but you have to incorporate fitness into your day-to-day life.
    Walking/Hillwalking, Couch to 5k, Gentle core/plyometrics workouts, Cycling, Swimming are just a some of the activities that you could try - and see if you enjoy one of them!. Even if you have a Skipping rope, use it for 2 times a day for 10 minutes. Great physical benefits.
    I wish you the very best of luck! It's never too late to make fitness changes
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