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The Science of Tennis Performance and Physical Training.

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Strength and Power Development


Strength, power and explosive speed are the key factors in todays aggressive, power hitting game. How these parts of the game are developed is as important as how a player is taught to hit the ball. Strength in the right areas and muscle balance are very important in producing a complete athlete. Then, power and explosive speed are probably the two most critical aspects of the game today. YOU CAN NOT DEVELOP AND MAXIMISE FULL POWER WITHOUT FIRST DEVELOPING MUSCLE BALANCE AND A STRONG STRENGTH FOUNDATION. Power and speed must be built on a foundation of strength and understanding of how the body moves and the kinetic chain of energy. Without this, results will be limited and can lead to overload, fatigue and injuries.


Once this foundation is built, training needs to be specific to each players body type and athletic ability. High performance power and explosive speed training involves high speed movements and heavier weights than in the beginning of a training program. When implemented correctly, this part of the training block will lead to significant developments in overall body power and the ability to move and hit explosively around the court.


The end goal is to produce muscle activations that are a fraction of a second faster and more forceful than before, while maintaining postures and control of these movements. 


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