Tennis Fitness: Tennis Conditioning Program (Preseason) - Exercises and EBooks for Tennis

submitted by europelmbh on 07/17/16 1

www.highaltitudetennis.com/tennis-conditioning.html www.trainingfortennis.net/tennis-conditioning.html Make sure to check out our Tennis Conditioning Ebook full of tennis training drills, workouts and even some tennis footwork drills! If you share with your friends, you get 50% off at www.trainingfortennis.net/tennis-conditioning.html !!!! In this tennis video, Michael Farrington from High Altitude Tennis in Parker Colorado, details a great tennis conditioning program for you to use in the preseason to get ready for your next tennis season. Tennis conditioning is extremely important to your tennis. Just look at Nadal and Djokovic's tennis conditioning. Without great tennis conditioning and tennis fitness, you will hit the wall at some point during your tennis match and ultimately lose more tennis matches. The first phase of your tennis conditioning program is called Base Training. This phase of your tennis conditioning is not as intense as the coming phases, but will give you the aerobic foundation you need to improve your game and tennis fitness. Phase 2 is called Interval Training. This tennis conditioning phase will teach your body to work in both aerobic and anaerobic systems while also training your body to improve its recovery time. When playing a tennis match, you move explosively for a small amount of time and recover for about 30 seconds. If you do not have good tennis fitness or tennis conditioning, your body will not recover as quickly as it should and you will be gasping for air. If you do not recover during a match, you will be thinking more about getting your next breath than focusing on the next point. This is why this phase of tennis conditioning is very important to your tennis fitness and overall tennis game. Phase 3 of your tennis conditioning and tennis training program is called linear training. Up until this point in your tennis training program, you have spent a lot of time on cardio equipment so start off linear training by jogging. When you build up to a sprint, make sure you are not sprinting more that 15 yards. This will allow you to work on your on court tennis acceleration. The final phase of your tennis conditioning and tennis training program is multidirectional/tennis specific training. In this tennis training and conditioning phase, you will go through tennis footwork drills for a prescribed amount of time. Remember, these tennis footwork drills are being used for conditioning purposes, not to specifically work on your quickness or foot speed. In this tennis fitness training ebook, you get 3 months of tennis fitness training all broken down for you in 4 easy to follow phases. Make sure you check it out at: www.highaltitudetennis.com/tennis-conditioning.html or www.trainingfortennis.net/tennis-conditioning.html If you share with your friends, you get 50% off!

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