Posts tagged "agility"
Tennis Conditioning: How to Improve Agility

Tennis Conditioning: How to Improve Agility

The concept is to enhance kinetic energy transfer (kinetic chain efficiency) because it reduces the risk for injury and optimizes power output since no energy is being “wasted”. Kinetic chain efficiency (or download the free eBook: “Basic Introduction to Weightlifting for Tennis”), amongst other things, can be accomplished by making the athlete very balanced with...
Tennis Conditioning: Developing Speed, Agility and Quickness

Tennis Conditioning: Developing Speed, Agility and Quickness

No doubt, when one thinks of a competitive tennis match, the first performance attributes that come to mind are speed, reaction time, agility, and power. Tennis is a power dominant sport, where high-intensity short duration bouts constitute the majority of play. Researchers have estimated that 95% of the energy utilized in competitive play comes from...
Clean Pull (from floor)

Clean Pull (from floor)

The Clean Pull from the floor is being used to develop power via efficient energy transfer of the total body musculature. Regular and proper execution of the exercise will enhance the player’s stroke production and athletic capabilities. Therefore, having powerful total body musculature is desirable. The video and detailed exercise description below will inform you...