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Tennis Conditioning: Plyometrics – Jump Lunge

Tennis Conditioning: Plyometrics – Jump Lunge

The Jump Lunges may be implemented to improve power and the ability to move, react, and change direction in a more efficient manner; it also aids in the development of balance. The exercise has been introduced to promote development of sagittal plane quickness. The Jump Lunge is a plyometric exercise, which focuses on improving hip...
Tennis Conditioning: Plyometrics – Single Leg High Box Jump

Tennis Conditioning: Plyometrics – Single Leg High Box Jump

The Single Leg High Box Jump may be implemented to improve power and the ability to move, react, and change direction in a more efficient manner; it also aids in the development of balance. The exercise has been introduced to promote development of sagittal plane quickness. The Single Leg High Box Jump is a plyometric exercise,...
Tennis Conditioning: Plyometrics – High Box Jump

Tennis Conditioning: Plyometrics – High Box Jump

The High Box Jump may be implemented to improve power and the ability to move, react, and change direction in a more efficient manner; it also aids in the development of balance. The exercise has been introduced to promote development of sagittal plane quickness. The High Box Jump is a plyometric exercise, which focuses on...
Tennis Conditioning: Plyometrics – Medial Box Shuffle (I)

Tennis Conditioning: Plyometrics – Medial Box Shuffle (I)

The Medial Box Shuffle may be implemented to improve power and the ability to move, react, and change direction in a more efficient manner; it also aids in the development of balance. The exercise has been introduced to promote development of frontal plane (side-to-side) quickness and improve agility. The Medial Box Shuffle I is a...
Tennis Conditioning: Plyometrics – Lateral Box Shuffle (I)

Tennis Conditioning: Plyometrics – Lateral Box Shuffle (I)

The Lateral Box Shuffle may be implemented to improve power and the ability to move, react, and change direction in a more efficient manner; it also aids in the development of balance. The exercise has been introduced to promote development of frontal plane (side-to-side) quickness and improve agility. The Lateral Box Shuffle I is a...
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...