Over the years we have found the best ways to prevent tennis injuries and assess if someone is at risk of injuring themselves, this has saved us and our player's countless injury issues. Assessments are just one way of helping reduce the risk of tennis injury.
The main factors that play a role in the occurrence of injury are; Training volume (Acute/chronic), Rest and Recovery (between sessions), Duration of sessions (Length of a session), hydration/nutrition and technique.
These areas all need to be assessed and monitored to help prevent injury. In fact, a lot of our time these days is spent helping players and coaches get these areas right for the individual. Without doing so players end up with reoccurring injuries or new injuries.
So what are you doing to prevent yourself from getting injured?
The truth be told, most players do one of a few things; The same thing they have been doing for years, something they see on social media that looks cool or something that...
“Every player (especially young player’s) should read”
Dear Tennis Player,
Congratulations on picking the greatest individual sport you can play.
You are going to have an amazing journey as you learn about this great game, but more importantly about yourself and those around you.
Tennis and training for tennis can teach you some valuable life lessons if you let it......
I wanted to give you some advice as you endeavor to be the best version of yourself. This comes from a place of experience and honesty, maybe these are things you need to hear.
I promise you, you will encounter these situations and feelings, so read on and take on the following 8 things (you may not want to hear the truth, but I can guarantee it can help change the way you think)