The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Annual Meeting is held each year and brings together over 5000 scientists and doctors from all over the world who are experts in sports medicine and exercise science. This year the meeting was … Continue reading
Below video shows an Overhead Squat Progression with a Young Tennis Athete.
Continuing on the subject of recovery, below is a video discussing the recovery step and how to improve.
Recovery Movement occurs immediately after the athlete has completed his/her stroke and they are attempting to return to a position that will allow for efficient movement toward the next stroke. There are
Olympic Lifting Pros and Cons for The College Tennis Player – A Perspective from a noted Orthopedic Surgeon who has been a Team Physician for Olympic Weightlifting at the 200 Summer Olympics and who works with dozens of professional, collegiate … Continue reading
iTPA demonstrates and discusses the Thera Band Tubing Row Exercise.
Below you will find an important resource on muscle cramps in tennis.
One area which can have an immediate impact on how fast an athlete appears in short distances is the athlete’s reaction time. Reaction time is defined as
As the speed and physicality of the game has improved, so has the need for better training and an updated understanding of the actual movements that occur during play.
As tennis movements are predominantly lateral and multi-directional in nature – think of Novak Djokovic gliding back and forth along the baseline in both a lateral and diagonal direction – a greater understanding of the