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FOR SOME lucky devils, it’s holiday time! No more holding bags, shuttles or bending barbells – get the shades on and hope factor 30 is enough.

Of course, it would be a shame to let all conditioning melt away in the sun. Thankfully there are smart ways to stay fine-tuned while you’re by the pool.

“After a long season of matches, training and sessions in the gym, it’s key to let your body recover,” says former Harlequins

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