In this module you’ll learn the most important exercises for the leg muscles. Building solid legs for tennis requires you to work on all the major leg muscles, this includes – he quadriceps (front thigh), the hamstrings (back thigh), the gastrocnemius (calf muscles) and the glutes (butt).
In this module you’ll learn the most important exercises for the core muscles. This muscles group includes the abdominal muscles, the obliques (side abs), the lower back muscles and the transversus muscles.
In this module you’ll learn the most important exercises for the upper body muscles. These muscles include the chest, biceps, triceps, forearm muscles (flexion/extension and rotation), the upper back muscles and the shoulder muscles.
In this module we’ll show you the best tennis specific footwork drills that you can do using a footwork ladder. Most pro players use the footwork ladder to improve their foot speed, coordination and footwork patterns on a daily basis and you should be too!
In this module we’ll show you different drills that will help you improve your tennis footwork and movement. The main footwork patterns to work on and improve include the split step, the side shuffle, the crossover and cross-behind, the power step and the adjustment steps.
In this module we’ll show you different drills that will help you improve your balance for tennis. Having good balance is fundamental to being a strong tennis player, think about being pushed out wide on the run, you need to maintain good balance to hit a clean shot but more importantly, to be able to recover from that position.
In this module we’ll show you different drills and workouts that you can do to improve your tennis specific fitness. Using HIIT (high intensity interval training) should be the basis of your fitness work and we’ll show you which ways you can incorporate this into your training plan.
In this module, you can download our fitness and workout PDFs so that you can take them with you to the gym or on-court when you want to have a guide of exactly which exercises to do, reps and sets per exercise and specific workouts for a certain stroke like the serve or forehand workout.
If you’re serious about improving your tennis specific fitness and strength, then this is the course for you. If you want to become faster, fitter and a stronger, more explosive tennis player, then don’t delay!
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