Saturday, 29 October 2016

CHELSEA BOSS WORRIES ABOUT HIS HEART ON MATCHDAYS AS CHELSEA FORM FLUCTUATE.

Antonio Conte is willing to monitor his heart-rate on every Chelsea Matchdays.



Chelsea boss Antonio Conte admits he is worried about his heart as Chelsea's form fluctuates this season.

Conte's heart has been tested early into life at Stamford Bridge  in last week's remarkable 4-0 win over Premier League rival and Jose Mourinho's Manchester United.

Chelsea, though, have already lost to Liverpool at Stamford Bridge and to Arsenal at The Emirate this campaign season, while stammering to a 2-2 draw against Swansea City and loosing to West Ham in the fourth round of the EFL Cup which eliminated Chelsea from the tournament.

Conte said: "I am worried about this [heart].
"For this season I try to do my own training sessions to maintain good physical form. I know I risk a bit, but I might consider putting a GPS system on myself to monitor my heart-rate during a game.

"Whenever I have time, I run for 30, 40 minutes. I change the routes. When we finish training, if I'm not tired, I have my period of fitness. We have four pitches here and I run around them. Sometimes I try to involve my staff.

"At the start of my career, I will eat very well and I felt the benefit of it. So when I became coach, I wanted to have the same idea.
"You don't ban anything. You just aim for the right balance between protein, carbohydrates and fat. It's important in preventing injuries and in recovery. Yo are fresh mentally, too. I have tried it on myself."


Chelsea are currently sitting fourth in the Premier League standings as they prepare for Sunday's trip to Southampton for their matchday 10.



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