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Dynamic Warm-Up

The dynamic warm-up is an essential component to any pre-practice or pre-competition routine. The dynamic warm-up should increase body temperature, actively stretch muscles, include a shoulder warm-up, and incorporate foundational movement patterns and coordination drills. For example of dynamic warm-up exercises see video below.


Strength & Conditioning Philosophy

There are six principles that are the foundation for athletic development of a complete tennis athlete: Strength, Power, Mobility, Movement, Conditioning, & Coordination. For more details on these six principles.

Recovery During Training & Competition

Recovery in tennis is vitally important during training, between training sessions, as well as during competition between matches and between days during multi-day tournaments. For a guide to improving performance and limiting injury through improved recovery.