Tennis-Fitness Masterclass For All Levels of Player
- 1.5 hours on-demand video
- 12 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Better understanding of the sport science behind tennis-specific fitness.
- Be better at tennis through being fitter for tennis.
- To train in a smarter way.
- To improve your tennis.
Learn How To Reach Your Peak Fitness For Tennis. Get Stronger, Faster And More Powerful Through Smarter Training
Hi, I'm Suzanne Williams, Tennis-Fitness Expert, Tennis Coach and Coach Educator. My Tennis-Fitness Masterclass is for anyone who wants to get better at tennis by training the right way - no matter what their age or standard.
Tennis is extremely physically demanding and requires a LOT of on-court skill. It takes a lot of time to master - there's barely enough time to train the right way, so there's certainly NO TIME to do the WRONG type of training. So I want you to know that this course is not a general fitness course. This is written specifically for tennis coaches, tennis players and tennis parents.
The internet is full of tennis-fitness videos and exercises - but without knowing the bigger picture, players are using these exercises in the wrong way. They're just choosing random exercises and hoping that it'll help their tennis - IT WON'T. So for that reason, I wanted to write you a comprehensive course which gives you a fuller understanding of all the different fitness components you'll need. After all, when it comes to tennis-fitness, Knowledge is Power.
Here's What's In The Course:
What Type Of Sport is Tennis?
- The sport science behind classifying a sport. Tennis may surprise you.
- Which fitness components do players really need?
- Is hitting in the boxes enough?
- The best way to prepare your body to play a& compete
- Do you need to be strong for tennis?
- How you body adapts to strength training.
- How to design a strength training program.
- Strength training program to follow at home, on court, or at the gym.
- The different types of speed you need for tennis.
- The best way to get faster.
- Speed training program to follow at home, on court, or at the gym.
- What is it and why do you need it for tennis.
- Which type of agility is most important?
- Agility training program to follow at home, on court or at the gym.
- What is it and which type do you need for tennis.
- Endurance HIIT Training - designing a program.
- Endurance training program to follow at home, on court or at the gym.
- It's more important than you think.
- Which training method is the best?
- Flexibility program to follow.
Rest & Recovery:
- Most players get this wrong.
- Are you overtraining?
- Which techniques do you use?
- Complete the process.
So If You Want To Boost Your Performance, Hit Harder, Move Quicker and Last Longer On Court, This Is The Right Course For You.
Remember, there is a 30-day 100% money-back guarantee. Whats stopping you? Enroll now, see if you enjoy the course, and start improving your tennis, by improving your fitness today!
Who is this course for?
- Anyone interested in improving their tennis.
- Tennis players of all standards and ages
Tennis is a physically complex sport which demands that players have ‘all-round’ fitness – being able to strike the ball well is no longer sufficient to succeed in tennis – from club to pro level.
In this module you’ll learn about the different fitness components and physical skills which you will need in order to improve.
In this module you’ll learn that a proper warm up is far more important than people realise.
We talk about about traditional warm ups that players do - Just because everyone has been doing them for decades it doesn't make them right for you!
We explain the MOST EFFECTIVE way to warm up so that you can train and compete at your best level.
PLUS - we provide you with a tennis specific Warm Up for you to use.
Most of the ‘normal’ swings in tennis require more flexibility in the muscles than most people realise. That need for flexibility can go off the scale when you consider some of the strokes players have to execute when reaching for the ball or sliding into a shot. Training your body to cope with moments of increased stretch will considerably reduce your risk of injury.