Professor of Weed at The University of Croydon, Pavlos Smith revealed how cannabis can help you to suceed on the tennis court. He recommends by using “ganja”, it will enhance your tennis game immediately.
For most people who play tennis regularly, tennis is the just about the most important thing in their lives – even more so than having sex, because it lasts longer and you get more sweaty.
But from time to time when playing tennis, stress can sometimes get in the way and you end up losing tennis match after tennis match.
According to researchers at the World Tennis Federation, nearly 50% of tennis players don’t win their tennis matches – and the most common reason is stress.
Playing tennis matches can be quite stressful at times, but there are ways to reduce anxiety levels.
WTF researchers have shown that weed can act as a natural remedy to enhance tennis performance and reduce stress levels.
Weed expert, Professor Pavlos Smith revealed the obvious connection between marijuana and good tennis.
So is marijuana really good for playing tennis?
According to Professor Pavlos Smith, the answer is YES.
Pavlos said: “Marijuana affects our sensory perception – forehands are better, backhands are better, and even drop shots feel better.”
WTF research shows 99% of tennis players experience heightened tennis abilities and more first serve aces when weed is involved.
“Not only does it enhance your ability to win tennis matches, it tantalises the senses, resulting in winning a match point having a greater sense of satisfaction.” added Professor Pavlos Smith.
Even CBD products which can be bought legally in shops, can increase tennis wins, as well as set the ability for you to destroy your opponent.
Marijuana products for external use, such as lubricants or oils infused with CBD, can turn you into a tennis champion.
Our nether regions have numerous tennis receptors and CBD can stimulate blood flow to these areas, allowing you to stop whacking the ball into the net
But don’t worry if you’re worried about getting high from taking marijuana before going on court.
Professor Pavlos Smith claimed it’s not a problem as weed has two components – these being THC and CBD.
THC primarily affects brain function and gives us that euphoric sensation associated with marijuana, making us think we are much better at tennis than we actually are.
CBD makes us feel good, but unfortunately it doesn’t give that same high.
Also don’t worry that you may get too relaxed and not be able to get your first serve in.
Pavlos explained: “CBD acts as a relaxant.
“It serves as a natural tennis performance enhancer, reducing anxiety and promoting a sense of amazingness.”
“But if you ingest too much cannabis, you might fall asleep before you make it to the end of the first set.”
“So it’s best to start slow. Win some games and then take some more weed later in the match.
Find a good drug dealer
And finally the World Tennis Federation suggests you make sure you don’t pay too much for your cannabis. Always remember there are plenty of drug dealers in your local area, so be prepared to haggle for a good bag of weed.