Even though Summer is receding, the heat isn’t going anywhere in Los Angeles, so it’s important to know how to stay cool at your next bubble soccer event. Bubble soccer brings out everyone’s competitive spirit and staying cool is the key to victory so here are a few tips.
Before you arrive make sure to drink plenty of water, bring a hat that you don’t mind getting a little dirty, and apply sunscreen. CamelBak has a great calculator for estimating sweat and a normal adult male can sweat more than a liter in an hour of moderately difficult hiking which is equivalent to an hour of bubble soccer. People who play more energetically, who are older, or who are not regularly physically active may sweat even more so it’s important to start hydrating early.
We also enforce regular breaks at all of our events and we encourage people to rest in the shade during the breaks to let their bodies cool off. Removing the bubble and resting for even a couple minutes can help you significantly reduce your body temperature so you’re ready to score that go ahead goal during the next round!
Lastly planning your event for the right time of day can be very helpful. Planning your event when it is cooler outside either earlier or later and planning your event in part of the city that is cooler can make it much easier. Events closer to the beach are generally cooler and anyplace that regularly gets a breeze during the day will be much cooler allowing you to go much longer.
If you have more questions about how to pick the perfect location give Stratus Bubble Soccer a call or send us an email. Get Bubbled!