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Tennis Training Volume – What is the Right Amount?

In order to improve your tennis performance it is important to physically work hard, but it is just as important to rest and recover hard! Vigorous, prolonged tennis exercise breaks down muscle tissue, fatigues the nervous system and overall places the body under stress. It is during the rest and recovery period that the body gets the positive physical and emotional gains (cardio vascular, strength, mentally etc.).

If there is an overload of tennis training volume and intensity (level of energy used) with inadequate recovery time between sessions, a player will start to develop, physical, behavioural and emotional issues. This scenario can be classified as a condition called Overtraining. Overtraining or burnout is a common problem for many athletes of all ages in many sports. It is often seen in young tennis players. Possibly due to the fact that they find it harder to communicate how they are feeling and they are not as in tune with their bodies as adults.

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2 Secrets to Federer’s Tennis Footwork

Roger Federer never looks like he is moving very fast, yet he’s always in the right position. People say he glides on the court. He’s incredibly efficient player. Not everyone has Roger’s sense of anticipation, so tennis footwork drills and strength tennis exercises; are a good way to help develop foot speed, leg strength and increase efficiency around the court.

Try performing these foot speed drills and leg strength tennis exercises, a couple of times a week. You can even incorporate some of these drills before practice or playing. Who knows you might even impress your coach or hitting partner with some dynamic foot work.

With all foot speed drills ensure you’re in a ‘ready stance position’, up on the balls of your feet, heels off the ground and that each step you are light on your feet, the least amount of contact with the ground means faster movement.

Watch this video for tennis exercises to move like Federer

 

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Tennis Exercises To Move Like Djokovic

Agility training is a key component for all successful tennis players. Agility is the ability to rapidly change direction, whilst losing minimal tennis speed, balance, or body control. It is normal that some players are more agile and naturally faster than others.

However it is proven that players can improve agility, the key is the right type of tennis training, doing tennis exercises. Your neuromuscular system, which controls your ability to accelerate, decelerate, quickly change direction, and move efficiently, is highly trainable. If you train the way you play and do it with purpose and structure you are guaranteed to improve your tennis fitness and agility.

These 2 Tennis Fitness Agility drills are some of our favourites. Watch this video now



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2 Tennis Exercises For A Bone Crushing Serve

No matter what level of tennis you play, it is important to have a controlled and effective serve. Having a solid serve will keep the pressure on your opponents and boost your confidence.

By adding a specific serving program into your tennis training program, you will see your serve improve in power and control. As you know a tennis player’s service action engages the total body. So here we have given you some of the pro’s tennis exercises for improving your serve.

Use these key tennis exercises in your tennis fitness program, if you want a Bone Crushing Serve. Perform the following 2 tennis specific exercise’s twice a week (with at least 2 days in between) for 4 weeks and watch your serve improve. Watch this video now



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