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Tennis fitness involves many aspects, including strength, power, speed, coordination, agility, flexibility, and endurance.

All over tennis fitness to maximize performance in all the areas previously mentioned, can be a difficult task.

The tennis fitness videos and articles we have sourced for you, provide guidelines that you can follow to increase the chances of receiving maximum benefits from training.

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Tennis Shoulder Injury Prevention Program
By Patrik BroddfeltShoulder Injury Prevention Program

As a player, you will put tremendous stress on your shoulder when you are serving, hitting overheads, high forehands etc... More...

Plyometric Box Tennis Exercises
Plyometric Box Exercises

Fitness is extremely important to playing high-level games. Games can last hours and if you're not fit your game... More...

Exercises a Medicine Ball and a Wall
Exercises a Medicine Ball and a Wall

In this video introduces by certified personal trainer Steve Beck. Steve shows some great strength increasing exercises that you can do with a medicine ball and a wall... More...

Hand Eye Co-Ordination for Tennis
Hand Eye Co-Ordination for Tennis Fitness

Even on a rainy spring day there are a lot of things you can do to improve your game. Juggling is a great option! If you don't already know how Ian will teach you the three progressions that will get you on your way... More...

Hitting Against a Backboard Wall
Hitting Against a Backboard Wall

This video outlines the three big mistakes that recreational players make while spending time hitting against a backboard, why they're so destructive to your game... More...

Are You a Tennis Athlete
Are You a Tennis Athlete

This video provides great instruction and demonstrates 3 great exercises for testing tennis athletes... More...

Myofascial Release Routine to Prevent Overuse Injuries
By Suzanna Mc GeeMyofascial Release Routine to Prevent Overuse Injuries

All high-level athletes are pushing their limits to the extreme. For a tennis player, the uneven nature of the sport where one side is used more than the other and frequently on hard surfaces... More...

Reconnect with your Glutes for Maximum Performance
By Suzanna Mc GeeReconnect with your Glutes for Maximum Performance

Strong and beautiful glutes are pleasure for the eye. More so, functional glutes are crucial for proper function and maximum athletic performance. Many injuries and pains are attributed to dysfunction or even atrophy of the glutes... More...

Prevent Tight Neck and Painful Shoulders with Elbow Curls, Arm Circles and Cats-and-Dogs
By Suzanna Mc GeePrevent Tight Neck and Painful Shoulders with Elbow Curls, Arm Circles and Cats-and-Dogs

Do you experience a tight neck and shoulders often and do you get tension headaches? Today's lifestyle is "everything forward." You sit at the desk with your shoulders, arms and head positioned forward, and with your lower and upper back rounded... More...

Shoulder External Rotation with a Resistance Band
By Suzanna Mc GeeShoulder External Rotation with a Resistance Band

The repetitive nature of tennis puts your body under severe stresses and potential injuries, especially in the knees, ankles, lower back and shoulders.... More...

Hand-Eye Coordination Exercises
By Suzanna Mc GeeHand-Eye Coordination Exercises

Any athlete striving for improvement needs to train his hand-eye coordination as much as he trains his body. Even non athletes will benefit from practicing hand-eye coordination... More...

Strong Lower Body, Strong Core and Big Forehand
By Suzanna Mc GeeStrong Lower Body, Strong Core and Big Forehand

The US Open has finished and it was absolutely beautiful to watch the male and female tennis players move around the court with grace, power, prowess and precision. How motivating it is for us to try to be at least a little bit like them... More...

Monster Walk for Strong Hips to Prevent Injuries and Improve Performance
By Suzanna Mc GeeMonster Walk for Strong Hips to Prevent Injuries and Improve Performance

In tennis, you need to start quickly, accelerate, stop, change direction, load and unload your legs and hips and for all this you need to strengthen your feet, hips and core.... More...

Fit and Healthy Feet for Better Tennis and Less Injuries
By Suzanna McGeeFit and Healthy Feet for Better Tennis and Less Injuries

It's All about the Feet. Our feet have many nerve endings that collect data on pressure, temperature, and terrain if we are walking barefoot.... More...