Watching the US Open just gone should remind you (because I’m sure you already knew) that tennis is all about multi-planar (directional) movements.
Even when you run straight ahead on the court i.e. for a drop shot a lot of multi-planar movements of the body parts are taking place…..yet most players I see tend to only do their speed training in [...]
Skipping is great traditional (and therefore forgotten) way to improve the co-ordination & quickness of your feet (crucial to great tennis).
If you are a beginner, you can use it as many times a week as you want (in fact all my players skip……so you don’t just have to be a beginner & I recommend it).
It’s easy [...]
Hi guys! This is part 2 of 'How Strong is your Back?' posted on 1 March 2011.
Have you ever been in soooo much pain that you promise yourself you'll never moan about anything again?
Well, that's how I felt on 19 Jan of this year…and again on the 20th…and 21st…okay so I felt really bad for about 2 1/2 weeks [...]
What ever you do, whatever your sport, you need a strong back
So what do you do? Strengthen the back muscles? Or maybe your core? Or does the back naturally stengthen as you play tennis?
You probably know that it's a mix of all three and I'm sure that you're aware that just hitting will cause some muscular imbalances which you need [...]