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#141 Colin226

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Posted 14 March 2013 - 05:26 PM

I don't get why pro athletes complain about travel at all.. I mean they are driven right to their plane, take a private plane directly to the city (and don't have to worry about missing the flight), get quickly wanted through security, have people to carry their bags, stay in nice hotels, eat good meals, and can ask the trainers for massages

Anyone else ever travel that well? I mean what is so taxing about that, aside from maybe time zone changes which I can understand
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Posted 14 March 2013 - 05:46 PM

I don't get why pro athletes complain about travel at all.. I mean they are driven right to their plane, take a private plane directly to the city (and don't have to worry about missing the flight), get quickly wanted through security, have people to carry their bags, stay in nice hotels, eat good meals, and can ask the trainers for massages

Anyone else ever travel that well? I mean what is so taxing about that, aside from maybe time zone changes which I can understand

 

I think it's that the jet lag, esp for the west coast teams going all the way east to CBJ/DET that the hours add up and they have to constantly switch time zones and never really get comfy in one like the eastern teams that rarely leave the eastern time zone 


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