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3 Tennis Tips To Improve Your Tennis Conditioning tennis conditioning tennis conditioning tips tennis fitness tennis fitness trainers tennis footwork drills tennis injuries tennis strength and conditioning tennis workouts Sep 16, 2020

Most people struggle to improve their tennis conditioning (recovery between points, endurance) on a consistent basis. They get to a point where things plateau or even worse tennis injuries occur. Is that you? Maybe you have been there before. 


Having been tennis fitness...

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5 Steps to an Effective Tennis Warm Up exercises for tennis exercising for tennis stretches for tennis tennis exercises tennis fitness tennis fitness trainers tennis injury tennis stretches tennis training session tennis warm up tennis workouts Jul 17, 2020

Among all your match day routines, there is nothing that is more important than effective pre-match tennis warm-up. It not only prepares your body for competition but also reduces the risk of tennis injury and it helps get you mentally ready for the competition too.

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Tennis Injuries - How Prone Are you? injury prevention online tennis fitness programs prevent tennis injuries tennis fitness tennis fitness trainers tennis fitness training tennis injuries tennis injury tennis injury prevention program tennis strength and conditioning program Jan 27, 2020

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...

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Paralysis by Analysis - Tennis Lessons tennis fit tennis fitness tennis fitness trainers tennis instruction tennis lessons tennis strength and conditioners tennis workout May 20, 2019

As tennis legend Arthur Ashe famously said, “There is a syndrome in sports called paralysis by analysis.”

Paralysis by analysis is the state of over-analyzing a situation, resulting in poor execution. The history of paralysis by analysis dates back thousands of years to where the...

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Progressing Young Tennis Players to Tennis Masters tennis athlete tennis coach tennis coaches tennis fitness tennis fitness trainers tennis movement tennis trainers tennis workout Apr 08, 2019

Janine Thompson is a highly regarded world-class player and tennis coach.

Playing career - #9 World Junior / #52 WTA Singles / #9 WTA Doubles / Fed Cup 3 times
Coaches: Tony Roche, John Newcombe, and other world-class tennis masters helped shape Janine’s coaching methodology.
Janine has...

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5 Steps to an Effective Tennis Warm Up exercises for tennis exercising for tennis stretches for tennis tennis exercises tennis fitness tennis fitness trainers tennis injury tennis stretches tennis training session tennis warm up tennis workouts Jun 22, 2018

Among all your match day routines, there is nothing that is more important than effective pre-match tennis warm-up. It not only prepares your body for competition but also reduces the risk of tennis injury and it helps get you mentally ready for the competition too.

The obstacle...

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Tennis - Why Are You playing? how to train for tennis tennis conditioning tennis fitness tennis fitness trainers tennis planning tennis players tennis speed tennis structure tennis tips tennis workouts young tennis players Feb 27, 2017

We can't answer that for you… but we can tell you why we as tennis fitness trainers, devote so much time working with and helping tennis players be the best they can be……

  1. Tennis players are a special breed. They get addicted to the great game and cannot get enough of it. As...
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Tennis Training Volume – What is the Right Amount? overtraining for tennis tennis conditioner tennis exercise tennis exercises tennis fitness tennis fitness conditioners tennis fitness trainers tennis fitness training tennis training tennis training injuries tennis training volume Aug 16, 2013

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...

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