Static Stretching
Pectoralis Stretch

Pectoralis Stretch

The Pectoralis Stretch improves flexibility of the anterior chest musculature and corrects postural shoulder imbalance. Use it regularly after upper-body workouts to support the muscle recovery process. Many tennis players have tight pecs due to overuse activities in the gym, such as bench pressing or pushups. As a result the shoulders are tilted forward because...
Posterior Deltoid Stretch

Posterior Deltoid Stretch

The Posterior Deltoid Shoulder Stretch improves flexibility of the posterior shoulder musculature. The posterior deltoid stretch is one of the essential static stretching exercises to avoid shoulder injuries. Add the posterior deltoid stretch into your regular stretching routine to reduce the the risk for injury at the shoulder and support the muscle recovery process, especially...
Overhead Triceps Stretch

Overhead Triceps Stretch

Use the Overhead Triceps Stretch to improve flexibility of the triceps and reduce the risk of injury at the elbow. The overhead triceps stretch is important for improving flexibility, minimizing the risk for injury at the elbow and supporting of the recovery process after prolonged serving practice sessions or matches. You should integrate the overhead...
Latissimus Dorsi Stretch

Latissimus Dorsi Stretch

The latissimus dorsi stretch focuses on improving flexibility of the posterior shoulder and back musculature. The latissimus dorsi often time is tight and hence restricts range of motion at the shoulder. Therefore implement the latissimus dorsi stretch into your static stretching routine to correcting postural shoulder imbalances. Aside from that the latissimus dorsi stretch can...
Shin Stretch Alleviates Shin Splints

Shin Stretch Alleviates Shin Splints

The Kneeling Shin Stretch gets rid of shin splints, improves flexibility, reduces the risk of injury and aids in the muscle recovery process. If you suffer from shin splints, also known as medial tibial stress syndrome, usually caused due to repetitive jumping or running activities, then you should implement the kneeling shin stretch into your...
Rotator Cuff Stretch

Rotator Cuff Stretch

The Rotator Cuff Stretch aims at improving flexibility of the rotator cuff and muscles acting on the shoulder. The rotator cuff stretch is usually integrated into a tennis strength and conditioning program to reduce the risk of tennis shoulder injuries and it aids in the muscle recovery process, especially when you are working a lot...
Anterior Deltoid Shoulder Stretch

Anterior Deltoid Shoulder Stretch

The Anterior Deltoid Stretch focuses on improving flexibility of the anterior shoulder musculature – the deltoids. It can be used to reduce the risk for tennis injuries and aid in the muscle recovery process. Therefore the anterior deltoid stretch is often included in the tennis strength and conditioning program such as during the post-workout or...
Quadriceps Stretch

Quadriceps Stretch

The static Quadriceps Stretch targets the knee extensors and is utilized to improve flexibility and aids in muscle recovery after ballistic jumping workouts. Tennis players should do quad stretching regularly to prevent knee pain and reduce the risk for knee injuries. If you extend the hip behind the torso during the knee stretch then the hip...
Glute Stretch: Knee to Chest

Glute Stretch: Knee to Chest

The Supine Knee to Chest static glute stretch exercise can be used to improve flexibility of the hip extensors. This glute stretch is important for tennis players because the hip extensors are used during every step or jump. Hence stretching the glutes regularly is important to reduce the risk of injury and support the muscle...