How To Be A More Durable Tennis Player, Three TRX Exercises
Posted on Sep 8, 2010 3:00:00 AM
 

Injury. That six letter word is anathema to all tennis players. Even if you're not playing tennis at the pro level, you still want to ensure you can scramble around the court, returning volleys with ease, until it's time to retire your racquet for good. TRX Suspension Training bodyweight exercise is uniquely suited to help you attain this goal because it's a triple threat, allowing you to increase strength, flexibility and durability simultaneously. In the video below, educator Justin Price focuses on the last benefit, durability, and shows us three TRX exercises designed to address the most common injuries incurred while playing tennis, so you can remain injury-free and highly mobile in your upcoming matches.

 

For more, check out our dedicated tennis training page and also be sure to check out the TRX Biomechanics: Healthy Back DVD and the TRX Performance: Tennis DVD for more instruction from Justin Price. Have you used the TRX to tighten your tennis game?

 

Justin Price, MA, is a corrective exercise specialist and creator of The BioMechanics Method, which provides exercise solutions for people in chronic pain. He is an IDEA Personal Trainer of the Year and an educator for the American Council on Exercise, PTontheNET, PTA Global and the National Strength and Conditioning Association.


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