10-Yard Movement Sequence (2 reps, 3 sets) Don’t forget including some upper-body in dynamic warm-up, e.g.: Theraband/tubing upper body light warm up exercises covered in this USTA “ On the Road Training Manual ”. “Tyler Twist” with Flexbar (see my Tennis Elbow post for why) Plank Walkouts.
Players like Del Potro and Djokovic bring new levels of strength and power to tennis. This is a four-phase program for tennis players. The first phase concentrates on building basic strength and muscle and the second on power delivery. This should suit most players.
Bilateral Lunge with Bar Rotations. The Bilateral Lunge with Bar Rotations is a strength for performance exercise for advanced athletes to improve energy transfer, body control, stability and coordination for more powerful shots.
Press ups, crunches, star jumps, squat thrusts, squats and lunges are all excellent ways to prepare the body for tennis. Performing body workouts / callisthenics helps to improve muscular endurance and also strengthens supporting muscles, tendons and ligaments. Strength training for tennis
Slowly raise one arm and the opposite leg. Hold, and then slowly lower your arm and leg. Repeat with opposite arm and leg. Shoulder-strengthening exercises. Your shoulder is your most mobile joint...
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Start off in a normal press-up position and then go into the plank position on your elbows, then return back into the press-up position, this would be one rep. Go for 10 reps per set and for 3 sets of this exercise. Exercise Five – Skipping. Skipping is one of the best ways you can improve your footwork for tennis.