Guest Member Post: Pilates for Tennis Performance: So Many Directions, So Little Time by Lori Ettlinger Gross, TPT Tennis is a “multi-planar” sport. By that we mean it is played in any number of directions, with speed and agility. These … Continue reading
This guest post by CTPS and MTPS Certified Member Oliver Stephens is a great read. If you observe modern tennis played at all levels from Intermediate Juniors to High Level Professionals, you will notice how the better players often seem … Continue reading
On July 19th and 20th, 2014 the iTPA and STMS combined to host the 2014 Tennis Medicine & Performance Conference in Atlanta, Georgia (USA). This great 2 day education event brought together experts in all aspects of tennis medicine, science, … Continue reading
Posted in 2014 Tennis Medicine & Performance Conference, Dr. Mark Kovacs, Injury Prevention, Movement, Performance, Plyometrics, Serve, Speed & Agility, Sports Science, Training, Young Tennis Players
If you were unable to attend the 2014 Tennis Medicine & Performance Conference in person, you missed one great educational event. However, we want to provide great value to iTPA members and we are including a selection of the medical/injury … Continue reading
All of you are probably aware of traditional lunges and how they are great for developing leg strength, muscular endurance, balance and stability. However, as good traditional lunges are, they can be improved and made more specific for tennis by … Continue reading
iTPA TPT Member Lori Gross is available to train tennis players in Pilates at her studio which is 15 miles from Flushing Meadows stadium before, during and after the US Open. Her information is below:
For the last few decades, the discussion around whether young kids should lift weights or perform resistance training has progressed substantially. It is important to review the science around resistance training in young individuals and make decisions about training based … Continue reading
Listen to the below webinar presented by iTPA Certification Commissioner Page Love on Tennis Sport Nutrition Trends.
Below is a short video by Satoshi Ochi demonstrating a Crossover Drill for Tennis.
Tennis is an individual sport. Therefore, it is imperative for players to develop intrinsic values, motives, and self-control. In today’s game,