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High Receive

High Receive

The High Receive is a resistance training exercise for advanced athletes to improve the neuromuscular system, explosiveness of hip extensors, body control and coordination. In addition, during the High Receive the athlete learns how to transition from deadlift to shoulder shrug to upright row into the high receive. The athlete needs to learn the High...
Single Arm Snatch

Single Arm Snatch

The Single Arm Snatch is a compound resistance training exercise for advanced athletes to learn the snatch receive and improve hip flexor speed, hip extensor explosiveness, body control and coordination. The Single Arm Snatch also improves synergy of the neuromuscular system and can be used as a substitute for the Hang Snatch when athletes have...
Push Jerk

Push Jerk

The Push Jerk is a compound resistance training exercise for advanced athletes to improve hip flexor speed, body control and coordination. Push Jerk Description Position barbell chest level on the rack; add resistance (plates) and attach safety clips Take an athletic stance; stand straight, feet are under the shoulders; knees slightly flexed; toes point forward...
Hang Clean to Power Receive

Hang Clean to Power Receive

The Hang Clean to Power Receive is a power training exercise for professional athletes to enhance hip flexor speed & neuromuscular efficiency. The Hang Clean to Power Receive is a free-weight power exercise that activates numerous muscle groups simultaneously, requires explosive hip flexion and hence forces the athlete to have body control, coordination, flexibility and...
New Book: Advanced Concepts of Strength and Conditioning for Tennis

New Book: Advanced Concepts of Strength and Conditioning for Tennis

Today we want to introduce you to the first edition of Advanced Concepts of Strength and Conditioning for Tennis, a book that provides a developmental approach to the various aspects of strength and conditioning for tennis based on new concepts that have been fueled by scientific research
Cost of Touring on the Professional Tennis Tour

Cost of Touring on the Professional Tennis Tour

Pursuing a career as a professional tennis player requires €21,600 – €63,600+ annually, depending on a few factors. These factors include duration & frequency of training, ability to travel, number of tournaments played, and expertise of the coach. The coach’s level of expertise impacts overall cost of touring, quality of player development, and career progress. Therefore, picking a...

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