I have been guilty in the past of being up and down with my training and I'm a tennis trainer! So I know how hard it can be. Staying disciplined and focused is tough, but it is what it takes for players to be tennis pros.
What is important is to keep changing what you do, progressing your tennis program, continually challenging yourself.
This not only adds variety, but it is needed to allow your body to continually adapt and improve.
When done correctly it adds serious physical progress, who doesn’t want that!
I’ve admitted I’ve been slack a few times with my tennis fitness training, I’m human, I really had no excuse.
I know what to do and when to do it, on the rare occasion I’ve slipped it’s been a case of I’m too busy, no excuse. Others on the other hand, maybe even you have an excuse – You don’t know what to do and when to do it.
Maybe you think you do, but is it really working for you? I hope so!
Over the last couple of weeks, we have shared some really cool video content with you.
These videos give you an idea of what the pros are doing right now.
Our aim was to help educate and show you some current tennis training methods that are helping players around the world improve their physical game on court.
Check Out What The Tennis Pros Are Doing?
If you have missed them, we have touched on
Tennis Mobility and Warm-Up Exercises - More Information Click Here
Tennis Speed Programs - More Information Click Here
Tennis Aerobic Testing and Programming - More Information Click Here
Modern Day Tennis Strength Training - More Information Click Here
We hope you have had the chance to check them out and educate yourself on effective training.
We have seen the hole in the system for players out there who are wanting to train seriously for tennis.
For that reason, we decided one year ago to develop a “High-Performance Strength and Conditioning Tennis Program”
This program was developed for serious players who need direction and state of the art tennis programming and progressions.
Our passion is to help tennis players of all levels. For additional help from Tennis Fitness please complete the contact us form below.