Heat-related illness and death are on the rise. Each year about 200 people in the US die from heat stroke, making it one of the top three causes of death in athletes. Yet heat illness and dehydration are largely preventable. … Continue reading
One of the questions that come up at many coaching conferences and in the strength and conditioning, physical therapy, athletic training and medical communities is related to what is an appropriate recommendation for the amount of serves a junior tennis … Continue reading
Guest Inner Circle Video Post on Lateral Training Exercise for Younger Tennis Athletes iTPA Certified Member Dean Hollingworth, CTPS.
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Part 2 of 2: Guest post by iTPA Certified Member Dean Hollingworth, CTPS on the Dynamic Warm Up.
This guest video blog post by iTPA Certified Member Dean Hollingworth, CTPS on the Dynamic Warm Up. This video is part 1 in a 2-part series.
Most tennis players have tight hips due to the demands of the sport. Playing tennis requires the
Here is the latest issue of the ITF Coaching and Sport Science Review. Topics include:
Pilates for Tennis Training: Strength + Flexibility = Power Performance Guest Post by Lori Ettlinger Gross, TPT Resistance training for tennis performance has two functions: 1) to improve a player’s strength because explosive power is essential in the game today, … Continue reading
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