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The Top Exercises For Tennis Players
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Standing T for shoulder strength and stability.
1. Standing T for shoulder strength and stability.
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Drop Lunge - Drop lunges improve lateral mobility and quickness, which are crucial in tennis.
2. Drop Lunge - Drop lunges improve lateral mobility and quickness, which are crucial in tennis.
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Lateral lunge - This move also improves lateral mobility.
3. Lateral lunge - This move also improves lateral mobility.
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Hand walk - this stretch integrates the upper and lower bodies, crucial for swinging your racquet.
4. Hand walk - this stretch integrates the upper and lower bodies, crucial for swinging your racquet.
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Granny medicine ball toss - This move increases overall power.
5. Granny medicine ball toss - This move increases overall power.
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Knee hug - This helps stretch the glute and hamstring of your front leg and the hip flexor.
6. Knee hug - This helps stretch the glute and hamstring of your front leg and the hip flexor.
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Med ball overhead slam - This will build explosive power in the upper body.
7. Med ball overhead slam - This will build explosive power in the upper body.
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Med ball parallel throw-this will improve how fast and powerfully you swing the racket.
8. Med ball parallel throw-this will improve how fast and powerfully you swing the racket.
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Foam rolling-uses deep compression to roll out muscle spasms and imbalances that develop over time.
9. Foam rolling-uses deep compression to roll out muscle spasms and imbalances that develop over time.
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Trigger point-will help relieve chronic foot pain and fascial tightness.
10. Trigger point-will help relieve chronic foot pain and fascial tightness.
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